KIDS AT ST. PAUL
We treasure children at St. Paul and offer lots of opportunities for children and their families to deepen their spiritual connections with God and each other! The children’s ministry offers tons of activities for kids that are fun and give children the chance to experience the love of God and explore what it means to be a Christian!
CHILDREN’S SUNDAY CLASSES
Sundays (through the school year) | 10:00-10:50am
Ages 3 – 6th Grade
Sunday school classes offered to children are age-appropriate Bible studies with application in their daily lives.
Summer Classes | June-Mid August
Kindergarteners through 6th graders are taught using the rotation model, experiencing the same lesson over 3-4 weeks in a different station: science, art, music, Bible storytelling, video, cooking, or games. Our summer Sunday School curriculum coincides with our Vacation Bible School theme for the Summer. Come join us!
KICS (Kids in Christ’s Service)
3rd Sunday of each month (through the school year)
5:00-7:00pm | Room 100
KICS (Kids in Christ’s Service) is for children in 1st-4th grades. We are a service-focused group and complete a mission-related activity each month. Dinner is provided.
KICS 2019/ 2020 Dates
Wednesdays (through the school year) | 6:00-6:30pm
Wednesday nights are fun at St. Paul! Bring the whole family for dinner, classes, and music! Students in grades 1-6 are invited to take a break their friends playing games in the gym.
4th Sundays (through the school year)
5:00-7:00pm | Room 310
Grades 5 & 6
St. Paul Youth Ministries offers opportunities for students 5th grade through 12th grade to connect with God and one another. Through the ministries, the youth engage their heads, hearts, and hands in an environment where they receive the necessary tools and teaching to help them further their Christian walk in today’s world. We partner with God in offering multiple avenues for this transformation to occur.
The Tweens Group is offered to 5th and 6th grade students. Students engage in large group games and lesson, small group discussion, and dinner. These elements work to help these students to engage with their faith on their own level.