Children’s Time (OLD)
Kids in Worship
We love having our kids in worship! On the first and fifth Sundays of the month, children, K to 5th grade, will stay and participate in worship. At times the Children’s time kids will share about what they have learned in the previous weeks through song, dance or other presentation.
Children serve as Acolytes
In first service you will also see our faithful children volunteer as Acolytes. If your child would like to be an Acolyte, please contact Addie Mette for training and scheduling @ email@example.com.
Children’s Time – ages K – 5th grade
Looking for a way to help your child’s faith grow as they build new relationships with other kids? Our Children’s Time can help your child’s faith grow by leaps and bounds as they learn how they can proclaim the good news of God’s love and serve God and neighbor.
Each week includes lots of fun as they study God’s word, watch videos, share prayer requests, play games, and other activities.
Mission Possible Kids
Hey Kids, if you are in grades K-4…
Want to make a difference in the world
Want to show the grown-up agents how it’s done
YOU can become a Special Agent with Mission Possible Kids.
Come join us on the first and third Wednesdays of the month from 6 – 7 pm.
We need YOU to be a Special Agent for Christ!
Kids on Wednesday Nights
For children ages K – 4th grade we provide a Children’s Ministry option from 6 – 7 pm. The first and third week joing Mission Possible Kids (see MPKids article). The 2nd, 4th and 5th weeks include lots of fun and ways to grow in faith as the kids dig in deeper as they learn about Living in the Kingdom.
Wednesday 6-7 pm
New on Wednesdays from 6 pm to 7 pm, CLUB 56 for 5th and 6th graders ONLY! Come see what we are all about!
Thank you for sharing your children with us. If your child would like to join any of these ministries, we’d love to meet them and welcome them to our Children’s Ministry opportunities. Questions? Please contact Addie Mette @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are wondering about the safety of your children?
The United Methodist Church at Wentzville has a “safe sanctuaries” policy, which provides that children are always supervised by two adults. All adult volunteers and staff people have undergone “safe sanctuaries training.”