CONCORD UNITED KIDS (K-3rd)

Sunday School

Sundays 9:50 - 10:50 am

 

Rotational Sunday School is an exciting way for children K-3rd grade to improve their Biblical knowledge and have increased enthusiasm for God’s Word.  Over a three week period, children are taught one Bible concept in three unique ways. This encourages children to learn the same Bible concept through different venues. Children have a great opportunity to grow in their Christian knowledge through science, craft, puppet theatre, story-telling, movies or food.

 

Children will be grouped by grade level and have consistent teachers who will get to know them, pray for them, and help them grow in their faith. 

Children's Church

Sundays 11:20 am

 

Children’s Church is for children in grades K-2nd grade.  This ministry is offered during our 11:00am worship hour in both Contemporary and Traditional services.   Children will leave worship during the offering time and be escorted to Crossroads (room 117). The children will participate in a worship program focused on a Bible story each week. The worship is led by the director and other caring adults who use the same curriculum.

 

Please check your child in at the check-in station in the connector/narthex area prior to worship.  Each child going to Children’s Church needs a name tag and parents will need the matching tag for pick up.  Children can be picked up following the Worship services in Crossroads located downstairs in the Children’s Ministry wing.

Heather Hayes

For more information

about our Young Elementary Program.

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Children's Registration Form

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