At Hope Central Church, we embrace and celebrate our children!
We are committed to providing a warm, engaging environment for our children, where they can feel safe and grow in God’s love. We welcome all families!
Children’s Sunday school begins on September 15, 2019. The theme this Fall is “Sacred Stories,” and we are inviting adults to come to Sunday school to share a sacred story—it could be inspired by a Bible story (or a story from another spiritual tradition), a personal experience of the Divine, or even a story about why being part of a church is meaningful to you. We want our kids and adults to get to know each other better, and we want our kids to gain a sense that God’s story continues on in the lives we live and the stories we tell.
Children will meet teachers, volunteers, and the storyteller at the back of the sanctuary during the Passing of the Peace. After the lesson time—which will include the sacred story of the week, a time for questions and answers, and prayers—our kids will play together until it’s time to come back for the Amen Parade and Communion.
If you would like to volunteer as a Sunday school helper and/or a storyteller, please email Courtney.
To VOLUNTEER to help out during a particular Sunday in our vibrant Children’s Church, please sign up here.
New to Children’s Church? Contact Courtney Jones, Pastor of Children’s Spiritual Formation firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register your child.
Resources for Social Justice:
“Talking to Our Children About Racism and Diversity” (from The Leadership Conference)
“Using Children’s Books to Talk About Race: A Bibliography” (this includes age-appropriate material from preschool-12th grade)