Children and Youth Ministry

Chuck Singer – Youth Director


On Wednesday nights at 7:00 p.m., we have “Patch the Pirate Club” for ages 3 to 11! All children MUST be potty trained. All Sailors and parents should report to the back deck inside the FellowSHIP Hall! Arrg!

Ahoy Friends,

I’m Captain Joe with my 1st Mate Mary and we are excited to announce the starting of Patch the Pirate and Pee Wee Club.

As a fun and wonderful time Wednesday night, from 7:00 pm. To 8:00 pm., your children will hear the glorious stories of God, sing songs and prepare for performances. These performances will be in front of the church every 6th Wednesday. What a blessing for the children and for the congregation to hear the boys and girls praise God in song, memory verses and skits. The ages for the program are 3 years old (MUST be potty trained) to 11 years old.

Our emphasis is teaching God’s word and His precepts. Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee. Psalm 119:11

Of course we plan to have fun all along the way with games, prizes and a pizza party on Performance Nights.

See you there Matey, Arrrrrg!


Upcoming Events

Youth Hot Wheels® Derby Saturday, March 14th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. See Bro Chuck Singer for further details.

2020 Big Fish Bay VBS! Monday, August 3rd through Wednesday, August 5th times TBA. Helpers will be needed! Please see Pastor or Bro. Chuck Singer if you would like to help.

Big Fish Bay is a nautical theme where kids explore an exciting bay, fish off the pier, and venture out to sea, complete with a lighthouse, tall ships, and coastal animals. During lesson time, kids will embark on a journey into the life of Jonah. They’ll encounter God’s mercy and see how His compassionate heart was most fully expressed in Jesus’ death and resurrection. Seeing God’s mercy, sharing God’s mercy – kids will be “Hooked on God’s Mercy.”

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