-Sunday School 9:30-10:30 a.m. for age 0 through 5th grade
-Sunday Mighty Mites 10:45-noon for age 3 to 5 years
-Sunday Children’s Church meets during worship service
-Wednesday KidsQuest 6:30-7:45 p.m. for age 3 to 5th grade
-Nursery Care for age 0 to 3 years for all ministry services
Children’s Quizzing is a great opportunity for our kids from 3rd to 6th grade to learn the Bible and compete alongside other children for prizes.
Here are some major annual events that we usually do, the estimated cost, and the approximate months we do them. This is intended just to give an idea of what to expect as you look at the whole year. Check out our youth calendar for ACTUAL dates, information, and precise event details.
KidsQuest meets each Wednesday from 6:30-7:45 pm in the Breakaway Room (doors open at 6:15 pm).
KidsQuest is a high-energy program that is lots of fun. Kids will make new friends, grow through special compassion projects, and rotate through action-packed discovery centers where the Bible is reinforced through games, crafts, and activities.
Small Groups from 9:30-10:45 a.m. for Kindergarten through 5th grade
This hour we use the Hands-On curriculum with one-point learning that helps kids remember what they’ve learned. The hour is loaded with interactive teaching tools unique to the various age levels. There is active learning and life application that keeps kids’ attention.
Children’s Church from 11:30 – 12:10 for Kindergarten through 5th grade
Children are invited to the Breakaway Room to participate in a worship time designed just for them, while their parents take part in the worship service. On fifth Sundays during the year, parents will gather their children after Sunday School and sit together with them in the worship service.
Our children have decided to invest personally in the lives of two children in need; Tricia is through Compassion International and Nimai is through Nazarene Compassionate Ministries. The money that the children donate on a weekly basis allows Tricia and Nimai to receive opportunities and services to which most of the world’s poorest children do not have access. They are also being taught about Jesus.
So what can you do as a family to help support this commitment your kids have made?
First, take time to pray with your children for Tricia, Nimai, and their families.
Second, help remind your children to bring their dollar every month.
Third, our children have a wonderful opportunity to send words of encouragement that will make a big difference in the lives of Tricia and Nimai. These letters will reaffirm that someone in addition to their family really cares about them.
Nimai is four years old and lives in Bangladesh, a small country between India and China on the Bay of Bengal.
Nimai’s mother is a housewife and his father is a day laborer. He likes to help his parents and he likes going to Sunday School.
Mary Joy lives with her mother, a housewife. Her father, a driver, is currently not living with them. Mary Joy likes to run errands and help with chores; she likes to attend church activities, play with her dolls, and watch television.
Because Mary Joy participates in the Nazarene Compassionate Child Sponsorship, she attends the Nazarene school, which provides kindergarten-9th grades. The education is recognized by the government and includes daily Christian teaching.