Children's Sunday School and ToddleTown
September 24th, 2017
We believe children are best reached within the context of a biblically intact and biblically expressed home. The relationship between the parents speaks louder to the child and is more significant in reaching and teaching the child than any action by the local church. Families should affirm faith in the context of local churches, and these geographically defined assemblies with biblical structure and mission are to enable and empower parents in reaching their children. Because a local church is a family of families, the education and empowerment provided by the local church should be intergenerational and includes the idea of mentoring.
The local church will endeavor to fulfill her responsibility to reach their families by enabling parents to reach their children for Christ. The local church is to compliment, not compete or replace individual homes. Local church ministry does not function as surrogate parents.
FIRST HOUR (9:00am-9:45am Sept-May)
All children from birth through twelfth grade meet during the 9:00am hour for Sunday School classes. We will be using The Gospel Project Curriculum beginning September 17, 2017.
SECOND HOUR (10:00am-11:15am during service)
Children from 6 months - Age 3 can be placed in our ToddleTown room during the service.
The Curriculum: The Gospel Project Curriculum
The Bible is not a collection of stories. It is one story, the story of God's plan to rescue His people from sin and death. It is the story of redemption, the gospel message of Jesus Christ. The Gospel Project is a Bible study resource that invites Adults, Students, and Kids of all ages to dive deeply into God's story of redemption through Jesus Christ.
Additional Resources for parents: Family Life Curriculum
***PARENTS*** - On the Who’s attending screen when registering please select Yourself as well as the Someone Else option for your children. This will give you the opportunity to confirm or update the information we have on file.
September 28th, 2017
Awana Clubs are an exciting opportunity for our children to benefit spiritually, mentally, physically and emotionally from each weekly meeting. Our Awana clubs offers a positive, loving atmosphere. Through Awana, our children can develop their social skills such as sharing, listening and relating to others. Through achievement and awards, our children will gain a sense of accomplishment that leads to future successes in all areas of life. The heart of Awana is its biblical stand that stresses the preeminence of the Word of God. The great Scripture verses on salvation and Christian growth are the core of all the Awana achievements.