Your Child’s Safety
First Presbyterian Church is committed to providing an environment that is a safe place for children and youth and that will protect them from any abuse when they are involved in church-related activities. First Presbyterian Church has adopted policies and procedures not only to maximize safety and prevent child abuse from occurring within its church community but also to guide and protect volunteers and employees from unwarranted allegations of child abuse. To learn more, click on the following link: Code of Conduct for Working with Children and Youth
The Crib & Crawl is for youngsters 6 weeks up to 3 years of age in an appropriate setting with staffed supervision.
Summer Bible School participants
Children’s classes meet at 10:15 a.m. each week, mid-September through May.
First Presbyterian Church offers a full traditional Sunday School program. All teaching will be done in teams of two in a classroom setting, Pre-K through 8th grade, in trimesters. We’re scheduled to open for the first trimester on September 19th, 2021 through the beginning of December.
Registration for 2021/2022 Sunday School at First Presbyterian Church has begun. Please click HERE to register. Pease fill out the form and submit individually for each child registered.
Calling All Teachers
The old hymn says, “I love to tell the story….” It’s the story of our relationship to God and to one another; and teaching it is one of the great blessings we can bestow on our children. All teaching will be done in teams of two and in stable classes, Pre-K through 8th grade, in trimesters. We’re scheduled to open for the first trimester on September 19th, 2021 through the beginning of December.
If you are interested in joining the teaching team, please click HERE.
Children are encouraged to participate in worship. The liturgy is structured such that children may participate in singing, prayer, and offering their gifts to God. There is also a time for them to receive a special message from the pastor before leaving for their classrooms. Several Sundays during the year, children are invited to participate in the sacrament of Communion with their parents as well as participate in worship through the leading of prayers, music and reading scripture.