A Life-Long Faith
Journey Starts Here
PCUMC's children's ministry provides a fun, safe and nurturing environment where children can experience the love of God. A strong foundation for a lifetime of faith is cultivated through engaging programs on Sunday mornings, Wednesday nights, and special events throughout the year. To learn more about specific children's programs, please email Michelle Harper, Director of Children’s Ministry.
Virtual Sunday Night Live
Join us every Sunday evening in our new ZOOM room at 6:00, for 30 - 45 minutes of worship, fun and virtual activities for kids! Zoom rooms are password protected. Every Sunday e-news will include the new meeting link and password.
Our nursery offers a welcoming environment for children ages infant to 4 years. Safe Gathering-trained staff provide free, supervised childcare during both Sunday morning services and Wednesday Night Live.
Sunday School classes for Pre-K through 5th Grade are offered during our 9:30 a.m. worship service. With Grow curriculum, Children will experience Jesus, Bible stories, arts and crafts, and games!
Children are welcome to join us during our 11:00 am service for a special children’s message.
Wednesday Night Live
Wednesday Night Live allows the whole family to connect in age-appropriate small groups. Wednesday Night Live meets at 6:30 pm every week for a healthy snack and fun activities for an hour!
SEPTEMBER SUNDAY SCHOOL THEME: WISE
A 4-WEEK SERIES ON WISDOM
A lot of parents and kids alike focus more heavily on gleaning academic knowledge and gaining meaningful experiences, but teaching our kids to pursue wisdom will help them merge those fields and develop better, God-centered decision-making skills. Kids are placed in plenty of situations where they would need to exercise such discernment. While the wisdom they would need on a daily basis may not be on the scale of Solomon deliberating an argument between two women each claiming to be the rightful mother of a baby, kids will still collect valuable insight about wisdom from such stories. They will first determine wisdom comes from God, and that being wise also has a lot to do with saying the right words and asking the right questions. . . all of which we can ask of God, who will give them to us because God can be trusted.