Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these." Matthew 19:14 (NIV)
My name is Pam Armstrong, and I'm the Director of Children's Ministry at FPC. I've been enthralled with the magic of children for as long as I can remember. I see what God can do for them and through them. At FPC, children are a valued part of our church’s ministry, not only as recipients but as contributors as well! Each child was born to be a new experience God wants to share with the world. So whether your child visits us once or makes us their church family, we are thankful for the blessings they bring! Below are the many ways we do ministry for, with, and by children.
Children age 4–5th grade are invited to Playground Church (summer Sunday school) June 2–August 25 during worship at 10:00 a.m. Kids will Journey with Joshua, becoming archeologists to uncover the biblical story of Joshua. Meet in the Narthex before worship. (Weather permitting, children can be picked up after the service at the playground, or in Shepardson Hall in case of inclement weather.) The Nursery is available for younger children. As always, children are also welcome to stay in worship with their families.
Church Family Events (Intergenerational)
Monthly (November—May) there will be an intergenerational event designed to encourage our kiddos to get to know their church grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles and cousins!
Throughout the year, there will be opportunities for your children to help someone else, inside and outside the FPC walls. Children are often our greatest ministers.
In all of these areas, we need youth and adults who have their own unique gifts (time, talents and presence) to offer. Pray about where God could use you in these ministries. After all, we are a church family! We need each other! Fill out this form to volunteer. Contact Pam for more information.
Children's Sacred Chorus
The Children's Sacred Chorus is an outreach initiative to the children of our church and the community. It's open to all children in 2nd–5th grades. Get more information here.