Story Hour is a Bible story curriculum for three
through six-year-olds designed to introduce the young child to the
truths of God's word. Leaders use a variety of age-appropriate
activities to teach children the basics of the Christian faith. Each
year the child will get an overview of the plan of salvation as God
has revealed it in the Bible, beginning with creation, moving through
stories of God's care in the Old Testament. They will learn of Jesus'
birth, life, death and resurrection, and God's work in the world as the
gospel message continued through the lives of New Testament believers.
Story Hour meets on Thursday mornings, 9:30 - 11:00 am in conjunction with Coffee Break womens' bible study. Moms can meet with other women for fellowship and bible study and be assured that their children are also having a great morning with new friends.
Show Me Jesus!
"Show Me Jesus" is a curriculum where children learn to trust and obey God's promises, understand the importance of God's word, and respond to Jesus. Children aged 3 to grade 3 are invited to join Sunday School partway through the morning worship service. Grades 4 - 7 meet following the morning worship service.
GEMS - Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior
The purpose of GEMS Girls' Club is to help bring girls into a living, dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ. To help foster this all-important relationship between each girl and Christ, other relationships are nurtured as well - between girls and between their counselor (leader). Girls in second through eighth grades are invited to join us in the church fellowship hall on alternating Wednesday evenings 6:45 - 8:00 pm, where we will:
- participate in team building
- develop important life skills through badge activities
- learn how to apply the Bible to our lives
- make creative and fun crafts
- participate in service projects that make a difference in other's lives
- find answers to challenges that girls face today.
Luke 2:52 states that "Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men." The goal of the Calvinist Cadet Corps, based upon that verse, is to help boys to grow spiritually in all areas of life (devotional, mental, physical, and social) by providing Christian men with a uniquely designed structure, program, and materials so that they can mentor boys effectively.
Cadets meet in the church's fellowship hall on alternating Wednesdays, and is open to boys in grades 4 - 9.