Summer@1st Camps are for children ages three months to sixth grade. Camps are offered weekly June 4 through July 27 (except July 2-6). Click the icon above for registration and the link below for the 2018 camp brochure. Contact Summer@1st Director Beth Plyler with questions (864.672.0347 or email@example.com).
The Children’s Ministry is comprised of three smaller parts: Nursery Care, Early Childhood, and Elementary. Nursery Care is provided for children up to two years of age. Early Childhood serves children from age two until they enter elementary school. Elementary serves children from first grade through fifth grade. Once children enter the sixth grade, they pass from Children’s Ministry into the Junior High Ministry.
More About Sunday Education
First Presbyterian has opportunities for Christian education available for all ages on Wednesday evenings. Wednesday Advantage offers classes that explore a particular topic over several class meetings. Grouped by age or school grade, classes welcome both members and visitors.
Music Ministry for Children
First Presbyterian Church offers a music ministry for children that runs concurrent with Wednesday Advantage.
Cherub Choir (4-5 year olds)
Meet in Room 213 from 6:45-7:15pm
Carol Choir (1st-2nd Grade)
Meet in Room 213 from 6:00-6:30pm
Covenant Choir (3rd-5th Grade)
Meet in Room 318 from 6:00-6:15pm*
(*At 6:15pm, the choir leaves the Bible group and moves to Room 321 from 6:15-7:15pm)
For more information, contact Angela Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer with Children's Ministry
Are you interested in learning more about volunteering with the Children's Ministry? If so, please contact Heather Tomlinson at email@example.com.
First Presbyterian Academy
First Presbyterian Church offers a high quality Christian preschool through middle school.
First Presbyterian Academy
Mother's Morning Out
FPC’s Mother's Morning Out Ministry is a registered program that serves parents of children ages three months through two years. Our goal is to help infants and toddlers feel happy and secure at church, feel good about themselves, and learn that God loves them. We provide opportunities for their spiritual, social, and developmental growth through play activities in a Christian environment.
More About MMO
"Route 56" Fifth Grade Transition
GOING and… “Growing in the knowledge of God”
Fifth graders! Come join our fun events on Route 56, the road from 5th to 6th Grade. We will be going and growing in the knowledge of God as we fellowship, study, and go out in our community to share the love of Christ. Look for the special Route 56 logo in your mailbox, email, and GrapeVine newsletter so you won’t miss out on any of our exciting “road trips.”
Our local service projects/missions and time spent with God give our 5th graders an opportunity to be the hands and feet of Christ to our church family and our community. Seasonal parties include our annual Christmas ‘Regressive’ dinner in December and several other fellowship opportunities in the fall and spring. Summer events include the Junior High Youth in order to build relationships with our 6th-8th grade Youth before moving up to Junior High in late August. Join us on our trip along “Route 56”!
For more information, contact Karen King at firstname.lastname@example.org or 672.1840.