Our children’s Sunday school provides an atmosphere in which every child feels loved and valued. With our teachings geared toward the child’s age and comprehension level, we lay the foundation for having a relationship with Jesus Christ. Caring teachers help the child grow in knowledge and understanding of that relationship through Bible training and simple practice of Christian principles. Our children’s ministry serves parents and their boys and girls in grades one through six.
During our Sunday morning service, a Junior church for grades K-5 through 6 is available if parents would like to take advantage of this exciting program for their children. We take a systematic approach in our Junior church program where our Junior church leaders go through the entire Bible every two years. The weekly lessons are very age appropriate with object lessons and activities that help support the central theme of each message. Children will hear life changing truths from God’s Word.
Once a quarter Pastor and Mrs. Seay personally organize and supervise an activity for children in the elementary grades of our church. This allows our Pastor an opportunity to spend quality time with the junior age youth in our ministry. All activities are well chaperoned and organized.
Our Children's Choir sings once a month as a part of our Sunday Evening Service. Lead by Bro. Bill and Michelle Stanton, our Children's Choir meets every Sunday evening at 5:15 PM for a time of practice. Here they learn to sing spiritual songs that teach biblical truths.
King's Kids is a Wednesday Evening program for ages K4 - 6th grade that meets every Wednesday at 7:15PM. Here our children are memorizing Scripture, learning important Bible doctrine, and learning to apply God's Word to their lives. The program is divided by grade starting with our K4 "Flyer's Club." We also have 1st & 2nd, 3rd & 4th, and 5th & 6th grade classes. Our kids have a great time as they learn more about God and God's Word. Every Wednesday they start with pledges to the American and Christian Flags, followed by a lesson time, game time, and Scripture memory time.