Children's Ministry at FPC

Discipleship Opportunities for Children

 is our Sunday morning discipleship opportunity for children in preschool to 4th grade. Join us for GRACE Place on Sundays at 11 am.  This winter, we will be studying the life of Jesus.
January 7 – Jesus in the Temple
January 14 – Jesus’ Baptism and Temptation
January 21 – Choosing the Disciples
January 28 – The Woman at the Well
February 4 – Healing Bartimaeus
February 11 – Parable of the Prodigal Son
February 18 – Jesus Feeds the 5000
February 25 – Jesus Calms the Storm
March 4 – Jesus Heals 10 Lepers
March 11 – Jesus Meets Zacchaeus
March 18 – Jesus Raises Lazarus
March 25 – Palm Sunday to Crucifixion
April 1 – EASTER! Children’s Church in all services after the Children’s Message

The next session of Wednesday Night Live for kids in kindergarten to 4th grade will begin on January 31, and will continue every Wednesday through March 7, from 6 – 8 pm, in The Gathering Place. Each week will include interactive Bible stories, games, crafts, fun, and fellowship geared specifically for our elementary age kids.

FIREPROOF (5th and 6th grade) meets every Wednesday in Room E3 from 6 – 8  pm. This group is geared specifically to pre-teens and their friends. Each week’s activities feature high energy games, relevant Bible teaching, fun videos, and group discussion.  This group also participates in our FIREPROOF Puppet Ministry. The puppet ministry plans and performs the children’s message for our Children’s Christmas Eve Service. 

Angels and Saints
This is our nursery program on Sunday mornings during the school year for children through age 5 during our 9:30 and 11:00 am services. The Nursery is staffed by a paid nursery assistant and volunteers who look forward to the time they get to spend with our church's children. There is also a preschool Sunday School for children ages 3-5 years old during the 11:00 am Traditional Service.

Safeguarding Your Children
First Presbyterian Church desires to be a safe place for all children who attend. We believe proactive steps can be taken to promote the safety of children and the volunteers who work with them. Therefore, we have adopted a prevention program to reduce the possibility of child abuse occuring in this church family.