We have Sunday School classes from birth on up, and there are a
few adult classes from which to choose.
We minister to children from birth through sixth grades. Weekly activities include Sunday School classes,
and Extended Sessions during our Worship Hours. Awana Clubs activities take place during the
school year for kids aged two through those in sixth grade.
(If your child is two, and in our Puggles program, you must remain on the premises in our adult prayer and Bible study service.)
Two busses and a van travel throughout the immediate community on Wednesday nights to provide transportation for kids in Kindergarten on up to our Wednesday night Awana Clubs, so call 355-0949 if you would like to arrange a ride for your child.
Click here for our required Awana registration, release and permission form
to print out and return to us with your child.
If your child is riding our bus, you must also complete this form.
Yearly, we have a week-long Vacation Bible School, and a four-day camp
for children in 3rd through 6th grades. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions,
we will not hold our live Vacation Bible School or camp, but we are having a virtual VBS July 20 - 24.
Youth Ministries include Middle School and High School.
All year long the group is involved in Bible study.
Neighborhood kids have access to our bus ministry during the school year to attend these activities,
so call 355-0949 if your child needs a ride.
Click here for the registration and release form.
Click here for the Bus Policies and acknowledgement form.
Young Adults include both single and married folks, from post-high school to about age 40. They usually meet twice per month for Bible Study with our associate pastor, Tim Wade. Check the Calendar page for current studies, time and location.
Men of all ages have get-togethers throughout the year. Most of their activities involve either oysters, cornhole, or both, as well as good Christian fellowship and mutual encouragement.
Our Women's activities include Bible studies, special Women of Light meetings, which usually include a meal and a speaker or video series, and an annual Women's Bible Conference, either held here at the church or at a nearby retreat center. We also have an active quilter's group where crafters share ideas and fellowship. The "A Touch of Hope" ministry provides basic necessities to displaced school children. The women of the church also sponsor wedding and baby showers when needed!
Our Senior Saints meet at times for lunch and fellowship. They also take occasional trips out of town together. Check the Calendar page to see what they are doing next!