Children

Sunday Morning Programs

Nursery Program - 10:30am
This is for children 2 and under. We provide more than just babysitting. We nurture the smallest members of our congregation physically, emotionally and spiritually. There is a Comfort Room available both services for parents who would like to keep their children with them.

Preschool for age 3 up to K - 10:30am
Our preschool kids get  to experience games, crafts, and activities designed just for them and their unique age group through The Gospel Project curriculum. 

Kidz Church for Grades K to 4 - 10:30am

More than just Sunday school! This is church for kids with all of the excitement, the joy, the thrill of experiencing Jesus! We use Lifeway's The Gospel Project curriculum to help kids learn through experiences and fun! Kidz Church combines the fun energy of large-group experiences along with the intimate impact of small groups. Kidz get to worship, play games, experience skits, and more! We spend more time doing Bible lesson, not just listening to it! 

 

Club56 is the place for kids in 5th and 6th grades! We know that 5th and 6th graders are unique and need a quality program designed just for them. Using The Gospel Project curriculum, we tailor a ministry specifically for this age group that's fun, interactive, and relational!

 

 

Our awesome volunteer team would love to include you in sharing in the blessing that comes with discipling kids! If you are interested in helping or would like more information, please contact Pastor Dave at 209-772-9548 ext. 15.

Interested in volunteering? All of our adult and youth volunteers need to have a Personal Information Form (PIF) on file at the church. Download them here:    ADULT PIF    YOUTH PIF



MidWeek Programs

 

 

 

AWANA Children's Bible Fun Club  
 
For children ages birth through 6th Grade

A
pproved Workmen Are Not Ashamed!
"Study to show thyself approved unto God a workman that needeth not to be ashamed." 2 Timothy 2:15 (KJV)

Kids and Parents Love Awana!
Why do hundreds of thousand of kids attend Awana Clubs every week? Awana is fun! That's the bottom line for most kids. Of course, they're learning and growing while they're having fun.

Awana Club meetings are brimming with life-enriching experiences for young people! Trained leaders guide children through age-appropriate material. Kids learn that God is real, that He loves them, and that He has expressed that love through Jesus Christ. They also learn how to apply the truths of the Bible to their daily lives.

The goal of Awana Clubs
is to reach boys and girls for Christ and train them to serve Him. The program is distinctly Christian and Bible-centered. Of course, Awana Clubs does not exclude kids based on their religious affiliation. The club meetings are open to all. There is no cost to attend.

Awana meets on Wednesday evenings from 5:30pm to 7:30pm except for June & July (summer break). For more information, please contact Paula Rusk at 887-3917, or email at awana@gsccc.net. And be sure to visit our AWANA web site!

 

 

 

 

 

Trail Life USA

Want to spend time with families that share your values?

 

Want adventure, character, and leadership skills and opportunities for your boys?

 

Trail Life USA is a Christian Outdoor AdventureCharacter, and Leadership Program for boys and young men.

 

Operating from Troops that are chartered through churches in 48 states, the K-12 program centers on outdoor experiences that build a young man’s skills and allow him to grow on a personal level and as a role model and leader for his peers.

 

Living the Trail Life is a journey established on timeless values derived from the Bible.

 

Find out how you can get involved with the fastest-growing adventure organization for boys!

 

Troop meets Mondays, 6pm in the Family Life Center. For more information e-mail TLUSA.CA0323@gmail.com

 

American Heritage Girls

 

American Heritage Girls is a Christ-centered scouting program for girls in kindergarten through 12th grade. The AHG program seeks to develop the whole child – physically, mentally, and spiritually. Girls earn badges doing age-appropriate activities in diverse areas of interest such as Outdoor Skills, Family Living, and Science and Technology. Additional activities include camping, community service, patriotic salutes, and father-daughter events. AHG also stresses the importance of service to the community through several projects including participating in the annual Make a Difference Day. Troop meets Mondays, 6pm in the Family Life Center. For more information about this meeting, please e-mail ahgtroop0323@gmail.com