Celebrating over 120 Years of Service
Please join us Sundays at 10:30 am in the Seagull Cottage. Sunday School is open to potty trained toddlers through rising 4th graders at this time. 5th through 12th grades are encouraged to attend the main worship service.
Please contact Christian and Ashley Crandall for more children and youth information, email@example.com
Shine a light on Jesus’ love! Stellar VBC will launch kids on a cosmic quest where they’ll have a blast shining Jesus’ light to the world. Stellar rockets kids on an out-of-this-world adventure, light years of faith-building fun. In this action-packed week children will experience a Bible-rich program grounded in hands-on, multi-sensory activities that will have the children talking for years to come. You don’t want to miss out on the best week of summer!
Please contact Ashley & Christian Crandall with any questions: 561-655-4212
Monday, June 19th – Friday, June 23rd, 9am – 12pm
Open to POTTY TRAINED toddlers (2+) through rising 4th graders.
Cost is $75 per child – this includes t-shirt (select size at checkout), daily snacks/crafts, photo prints of your child to be taken home on the last day of camp.
Open to grades 5th-8th. FNL meets each Friday from 6pm to 8pm during the school year. Come for dinner, fellowship, games, and a Bible lesson. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Weekly, 10:30am. Open to potty trained toddlers through rising 4th grades.
Children are currently using the “Finding Jesus” 12-Week Children’s Ministry Curriculum.
Each week they experience the Bible story through song, game, and craft!
Kids Club is the Chapel’s exciting version of Bible Study. It is offered every Tuesday evening throughout the school year for children ages newborn (Mommy & Me) through fourth grade. During Kids Club, children are able to come together in faith and fellowship by participating in games, gospel lessons, crafts and dinner. 4-5:15 p.m.
Throughout the year, church youth are encouraged to be involved with Ministry work. During the Christmas season, youth are invited to participate in Operation Christmas Child by filling shoe boxes for underprivileged children.
This past year, our children and youth worked with a local homeless facility, the Homeless Resource Center. They raised funds and were able to provide homeless children with a special Christmas gift that otherwise they would not receive. What a blessing to all who participated!