Parents we really need your help for just ONE Summer Sunday Morning to go through a fun Bible Lesson with your child and his/her friends.
The lessons are already prepared for you with fun activities! Please click on one of the following links and fill in your name and email address next to the date you can help.
For 4 and 5 year olds, click here.
For Rising 1st – Rising 3rd Graders, click here.
Children’s Ministry Belief Statement
- We believe it is the responsibility of the church to support parents as they teach the ways of faith to their children.
- We believe that working with children is a holy task, a calling by God on a person’s life and gifts.
- We believe that only the best people, facilities and resources should be offered when ministering to children.
- Our goals are to encourage children to live as witnesses to their faith that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior and to teach an understanding of God’s love and will for their lives.
Tell it to your children, and let your children tell it to their children and their children to the next generation.
What is Hope Chest?
The offering the children bring on Sunday Morning and to Kingdom Kids is placed in Hope Chest. This special offering adds up quickly as the children bring their coins each Sunday. Hope Chest is used to help any child who is suffering a trauma in their life. It helps those children if they are children in our church family, community, city, state or nation.
Where does Hope Chest Money Saved Go?
Hope Chest was used to replace the Children’s Ministry at First Presbyterian Church, Ocean Springs, Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina. It was also used to buy replacement backpacks for children of Ringgold, Georgia, who lost school supplies during the outbreak of spring tornadoes. It has also been used to help children on the mountain after fire has destroyed their home.
God uses these coins mightily in His care for children. We are so glad our children help children when there is a need!
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