Sunday school, which begins at 9:30 a.m., is offered for children ages three and above.
Kids’ Club, a Christian fun, learning experience for grades K – 2. Kid’s Club to be Tuesday evenings from 4.00 – 6:00 pm in fall and spring. Kids Club Registration Form
Youth Club, for children and grades 3 – 5, is our after school program held at the church each Wednesday from 3:00 – 5:30 p.m. during the school year. Youth Club Registration Form
Vacation Bible School, held for one week during the summer, offers an interactive Christian learning experience for over 100 children, ages 3 through grade 5.
The Middle School Ministry for 6th – 8th graders in our church and community meets on Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
The High School Ministry (called SHIP) meets on Sundays at 5:30 p.m. There is a mid-week discipleship, Bible study small group for high schoolers.
Work camp, a one week long summer mission trip to repair homes of low income people somewhere in the US, is the annual climax of both the Middle School and High School Ministries.
An in-depth 34 week Bible Study will be offered that emphasizes disciplined reading of and listening to Scripture. Also a 30 week Bible Study on “Into the Word, Into the World” class will be offered on Sunday evenings from 5-7 PM and “Under the Tree of Life” on Monday mornings from 10-12 for those who have taken Disciple I. The Disciple Bible studies will be offered beginning in September. Registration Form
Sunday Morning Sunday School classes are offered for Men, Women, Parents Surviving Children and special topical studies. Classes are offered at 9:30 am on Sunday Mornings. Watch Grapevine for topics and leadership.
Small Groups meet twice each year — Fall and Spring. Watch Grapevine Newsletter for upcoming groups. The Fall 2017 study will be “Study in Psalms” and registration will begin on September 10th and groups began meeting week of October 8th. Come and sign-up to participate in Fellowship Hall at the Christian Education table or call 334-1235, ext. 5.
Adult Elective Sunday School Class — September 10 – October 29th will be Dr. Stephen Stern on why we are religious and its definitions; followed by the longest hatred: Anti-Semitism and the Western Tradition. Come and check it out! Join us at 9:30 am in the MacAskill Room lower educational wing.