We are committed to the spiritual formation of every child who walks through the doors of our church. To that end, we have planned a Sunday morning experience called “Sunday Kids Camp” for kids that mirrors the worship service in the sanctuary, with pastor led teachings frequently based on the same scripture, a kids time of corporate worship, and small group discussions led by adult volunteers.
Sunday Kids Camp | PreK - 4th grade
June 10-13, Registrations Due Sunday, June 2
Our popular summer weeklong kid’s program will be back! Check out the registration form for more details. Questions? Contact Pastor Colby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Little Lambs | 2-3 yrs.
Two-three year olds are invited for a bible lesson, singing and some play time! The Little Lambs program is specifically designed for children two to three years of age. There are three areas of teaching focus: Bible stories, Bible verses and hymns. We hope to introduce young children to the Bible and help them know the love of God.
Nursery | 0-4 yrs.
Sundays, 9 & 10:30am
For those too young for Little Lambs, there will be music and a Bible story. Nursery care is available for children, infants through five years of age, during both worship services. The nursery is located in the lower level, at the bottom of the south stairwell.
Club 56 | Grades 5-6
Sundays, 10:30am | 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7-8:30pm
Club 56 classes are for 5th and 6th graders to “dig deeper” into scripture and explore biblical topics to grow their faith. Sunday mornings, Club 56 students start in the 10:30 worship service in the sanctuary and then gather to meet for classes in the youth loft. Join Club 56 on the first and third Wednesday of each month 7-8:30pm for a night of games, worship and outreach. Invite your friends!
Communion with kids | All ages
First Sunday of Each Month
We practice open communion and believe any follower of Jesus is welcome to the table of our Lord. Children who have made a declaration of faith in Jesus are invited to participate, though we encourage parents and guardians to decide when their children are ready. Children who will not receive the bread and cup are invited to cross their arms over their chests to receive a blessing.
The cup is grape juice. Communion wafers ingredients: rice, maze, potato starch, olive oil, and water. When bread is used for communion, the bread is peanut/treenut/egg/dairy free. A gluten free station will be available.
Boy Scouts | ages 10-14
Mondays at 7pm
Troop 8 meets most Mondays at Hinsdale Covenant during the school year and scouting activities during the summer. Visit troop website www.hinsdale8.mytroop.us fore more details. Meets in the lower level.