Raising up a child in the way they should go. That’s what the Bible tells us we should be about (Proverbs 22). We believe children are a great source of energy and life and we want to be part of God’s work in training them and helping them grow into young men and women of God. That is why we offer what we offer. It is why we do what we do.
Once you’ve been alive for longer than 15 minutes, you quickly realize one thing; conflict happens. The question remains how you will deal with it. The Bible, despite being about a holy God, has plenty of stories of unholy people. By looking at their (bad) examples, we will discover how to handle the roads that get a little bumpy.
Parents, drop your kids off on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in our Fellowship Hall. (Just follow the noise.)
There will be no kidZone April 8, due to Warsaw Community Schools Spring Break.
Sunday School classes continue to be an opportune time to invest in our children and give them a foundation of Biblical teaching they will grow to depend on later in life. We have classes for every age group, every Sunday at 9:15 a.m. We also have adult classes discussing interesting topics at the same time.
We have a great rotation of teams who help out with Children’s Worship, provided during the second part of our morning worship service. Children up through the third grade are dismissed to join other children downstairs. There they study and worship together, learning about the different aspects of worship and why we do what we do.