Do you ever wonder why Jesus specifically called out, “Let the Children Come”? He didn’t say, one child by name. In an essence, he was speaking to all of us. Helping us all realize that we are all his children and nothing should stand in the way of our relationship with God, no matter where we are in our life.
Faith United Methodist Church believes in nurturing the relationship with God from children all throughout adulthood. We provide safe care for them while they are infants through toddlers as well as in Sunday School and through plenty of activities as they grow! There are tons of activities all throughout the year for almost every interest out there. Most extra activities are even free of charge. All of the activities help children learn how God wants to be part of our lives in every way. And as we grow, our relationship with God grows as well.
Here at Faith United Methodist Church our children and their safety is of the highest priority. We want you, as a parent, to be comfortable during the service, knowing your child is safely in God’s hand. All of our volunteers that work with children have a background check and go through out additional “Safe Sanctuary” training.
Jamie sends out monthly emails for families, you can check your spam folder of your email if you have not seen it yet, or view it and subscribe to it with this link (https://mailchi.mp/0e54200a22ba/faith-kids-monthly-newsletter)
Through this season of Lent we will be offering a “Family Devotional Series.” This is a resource that was created by the Director of Family Ministry, Jamie Sladkey Meehan, in collaboration with the Family Ministry Council. These devotionals can be used by anyone, but were specifically designed for families to read together to create conversation […]
Sunday School is open to children ages 3 years through high school and is offered during both services on Sunday mornings. Sunday School will not be held the first Sunday of the month. The first Sunday is a time when we encourage families to worship together in the Sanctuary. This winter and spring we will […]
First, we are looking for a Nursery Backup Team to occasionally cover for one of our nursery attendants if they’re sick or taking a break. Second, due to lack of demand, we will offer Nursery Care ONLY on Sunday mornings after the weekend of January 15-16. Third, we are searching for a paid nursery attendant […]