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9:30am–12:10pm • age 0–24 months • Nursery Suite
SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9:30am
Age 2 • Room 120
Age 3 • Room 121
Age 4 • Room 122
Age 5 • Room 125
1st grade • Room 123
2nd grade • Room 126
3rd-5th grade • Room 318
Age 2 • Room 120
Age 3 • Room 121
Age 4 • Room 122
K5-1st grade • Room 125
2nd-5th grade • attend worship with their families
More About Sunday Education
6:15pm–7:15pm (doors open at 6:00pm)
Wednesday Education for Children
Nursery • age 0–24 months • Nursery Suite
Bible Lesson • age 2 • Room 215D
Bible Lesson • age 3 • Room 215D
Music Activity ages 4 & 5 • Room 317 then Bible Lesson • Room 316
Bible Lesson • 1st-2nd grade • Room 316 then Music Activity • Room 317
Bible Lesson • 3rd-5th grade • Room 318
Music Ministry for Children
First Presbyterian Church offers a music ministry for children that runs concurrent with Wednesday Discipleship.
Cherub Choir (4-5 year olds)
Meet in Room 317 from 6:15-6:45pm
Carol Choir (K6-2nd Grade)
Meet in Room 317 from 6:45-7:15pm
Covenant Choir (3rd-5th Grade)* postponed until further notice
*Meet SUNDAYS in Room 318 from 4:30-5:30pm
For more information, contact Susan Messer, email@example.com.
Special Needs Ministry
This ministry exists to come alongside families of children who have special needs. We desire for these children and their families to be able to grow in their faith by hearing the Word of God and worshiping with the Body of Christ. Each child's needs are unique, so each situation is handled individually. We can provide a one-on-one buddy to help the child more easily get involved on Sunday mornings and help the parents feel comfortable in leaving their child while they attend a Sunday Life Group or worship. If you have a child with special needs and would like assistance on Sunday mornings, please contact Tina Jones to discuss how we can best assist your family (call 565.0921 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
). You may also fill out the Special Needs Care form and bring it with you.
Foster and Adoption Ministry
James wrote, “Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: take care of orphans and widows in their affliction, and keep oneself unstained from the world” (James 1:27). Whether you are trying to start a family, have already adopted, or feel called to follow through on this mandate in one way or another, we have a place for you. Some opportunities include:
- helping with childcare at the annual Foster Family Celebration each October,
- assisting widows with handyman-type chores,
- becoming a foster parent,
- offering respite to foster families for an evening or a weekend,
- offering rides to medical appointments,
- training to become a child advocate,
- tutoring a foster child,
- leading a support group for dads, and
- becoming a mentor to a foster child.
This list is not exhaustive. We're not all called to do the same thing, but we're all certainly capable of doing something.
For information, contact Tina Jones at email@example.com or 565.0921.
“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 ‘Regressive’ dinner in January 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 565.0936.
First Pres Nursery School
First Pres Nursery School 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 First Pres Nursery School
To volunteer with children or youth at First Presbyterian Church, a background check is required. Click the button below.
Stewards of Children Training
At First Presbyterian Church we take the safety of all who worship with us very seriously. In accordance with our security policies, all volunteers who work with children or youth are required to complete Stewards of Children training prior to their first time serving. Click Here to take the two-hour course online. (Click “Online Training,” then “Individual,” make an account, and follow the prompts to check out. Use code FLIPTHESWITCH in the coupon box at checkout to receive FREE training.) Questions? Contact Heather Tomlinson (email@example.com, 565.0954).
For questions about Children's Ministry, please contact Children’s Ministry Director, Tina Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org, 565.0921).