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Families with Children Ministry

Families with Children offers programs and resources to strengthen Christian family life. Programs are for families of all types, ages and stages. For more information

• Advent Festival is a joyous time to prepare for Christmas by creating Christ-centered ornaments, gifts and decorations, sharing supper and participating in worship together.

Vacation Bible School is a fun filled, spiritual week for children to experience Bible stories and learn how it applies to their lives today. Learning takes place through storytelling, music, drama and arts & crafts. This camp-like setting is a wonderful place for children to grow in faith and friendship!

The Woods Music and Arts Camp unites the various creative and performing arts to provide an enriching week that is educational, stimulating, and fun for children of all levels of ability. Music, Art, Dance, and Drama combined with Christian Education, Recreation, Swimming, and Worship makes an unforgettable experience.

Child Care is provided at many church activities. Events that offer child care are marked.


Register for Sunday School here!

Faithful Families Celebrates - The Seder Meal

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Sunday, March 22
6:00 - 7:30PM
in Fellowship Hall

Join us - the entire family is invited! Bring the little ones too. This is a night when we celebrate together Gods continued provision for us through generations and generations. We will celebrate God's faithfulness from the exodus to the cross.

The Seder Meal
The ritual meal which commemorates the events of the Exodus is called the Seder. The primary aim of the Seder is to transmit to future generations the story of the Exodus, the central event in Jewish history. Each item on the plate is a symbolism of God's relationship with us through history.

Celebrating Our Heritage
In the Christian tradition the Passover Seder is also believed to be when Jesus instituted the Last Supper. This Christian observance of this ritual meal celebrates not only our tradition of Christ's last supper but our own Jewish heritage which provided the context for Jesus' institution at the last supper.