Due to the changing demands and protocols for Covid-19, Sunday morning activities maybe be impacted. Please contact Merideth for current information.
Welcome to Our Ministry for Children and their Families
at First Christian Church!
On Sunday mornings, our Children’s ministry is a place where children ages birth-fifth grade are welcome to gather, just as Jesus and his disciples did. They will learn what it means to people of faith, learn the sacred stories of Scripture, and experience being the hands and feet of Christ as we gather for service projects, prayer, and compassion for others.
Whether we are feeding the 5,000, learning to fish or teaching others to do the same, on Sunday mornings all are welcome in our Children’s Ministry, no matter how big or small! The only thing we know for sure, Jesus loves us all and as Disciples of Christ Kids, we are called to do just the same!
On Sunday mornings, beginning at 9 AM we offer Sunday School, an opportunity to participate in a service project, and at 10:30 AM an age-appropriate time of worship. See our full schedule below!
9:00 a.m.- Noon Birth to 2 Years Old
We provide a loving and nurturing environment for our youngest children, where they experience compassion, love and the joy of the Spirit at work through play.
ONE ROOM SUNDAY SCHOOL
9:00 a.m. -10:00 a.m. 3 Years Old to 5th Grade, and even some adults
During this hour, children are engaging in a compassion driven discussion with activities on a story from scripture.
10:00 a.m. -10:30 a.m. All Families
Every Sunday morning, FCC Children’s Ministry invites families to participate in a service project (15-30 minutes). Through these projects, children and their families learn what it means to give to those in need, develop themselves as compassionate and giving Christians, and learn firsthand that they can make a big impact in their community. Helping can happen in a lot of fun and creative ways!
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Children’s Worship and Wonder
3s and 4s Worship
5 Years Old to 3rd Grade Worship
An imagination driven curriculum used to encourage children to envision the stories of Scripture with their own imaginations.