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“Let the little children come to me for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”

Matthew 19:14

Sundays At 9:30am

Sunday School
Building A (Sanctuary Building)
Please enter through the Gallery Doors in Building A to check-in.
Masks are required for all people (ages 3 and older) indoors while on campus

Preschool (Birth-Pre-k), please contact Melinda Miller for more info.
Elementary (K-5th Grade), please contact Amy Carlan for more info.

Virtual Sunday School

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Sundays At 11am

Worship Childcare
Building A (Sanctuary Building)
Please enter through the Gallery Doors in Building A to check in.

Check in begins at 10:40AM
We are offering childcare for children ages 4 years and under during the worship service. Masks are required for all people (ages 3 and older) while indoors on campus.

Preschool (Birth-Prek), please contact Melinda Miller for more info.
Elementary (K-5th Grade), please contact Amy Carlan for more info.

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Let The Children Know Jesus

OUR MISSION is for all people, including children, is to say “yes” to Jesus with their whole lives. To that end, we strive to be a warm and welcoming place where children begin to learn, experience and share the depth of Jesus’ love.

SCRIPTURE: We also strive to make sure that children learn not only the stories of the Bible, but how they connect with the overarching story of the Bible: a story of God’s love and redemption through Jesus Christ.

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Infant & Toddlers

We want you to know your child is safe and comfortable so you can peacefully focus your attention on worship and replenish your soul for the important job of parenting.  We’ve organized child care by age and stage, and each child is attentively cared for and loved in a clean, engaging and safe environment.

Nursery, please contact Melinda Miller for more information.

New & Expectant Parents Ministry

Having a baby? First Presbyterian rejoices with you! Whether it’s your 1st or 5th, we are here to offer friendship, support, prayer, and help as you go through this exciting time in your life.  If you’re expecting an addition to the family, please email Melinda Miller and let us know.

Visiting for the 1st Time?

Welcome! Please contact Melinda Miller with any questions.

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Children’s Church (kindergarten – 2nd Graders)

Beginning on September 12

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Sacraments Class (3rd – 5th Grade)

We are often asked “When can my child take communion?” This question usually comes up as your child begins to participate in the worship service.  To equip parents in making this decision we offer classes for 3rd – 5th graders and their parents.  

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Fifth Grade Ambassadors

An exciting opportunity for 5th graders to be a “5th Grade Ambassador”!  God provides people of all ages with spiritual gifts to enrich their lives and equip them for growth in faith and service to God and others.  Our preteens are no exception, they are leaders, servers, teachers, encouragers, givers and they are compassionate.  The goal of the 5th Grade Ambassador program is to help preteens understand that serving God is something that each of us can do, and that God has given us special abilities to do just that.

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Children’s Ensembles

For more information on Children’s Choirs and Chimers, please visit our Music and Worship Arts page.

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Children’s Ministry Missions


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Share Your Colors

Crayon Collection Boxes are located on the First Floor (preschool hall) and Third Floor of Building A.  We will be collecting crayons all year long!

The Crayon Initiative organizes crayon collections that take unwanted crayons, re-manufactures them, and provides them to hospitals that are caring for children.

The wax from crayons is not biodegradable and will never break down, leaving a waxy sludge in our landfills for centuries to come. The Crayon Initiative supports environmental efforts by diverting crayons from the landfills. Annually, over 500,000 pounds of broken crayons are discarded in landfills throughout the country.