We want children to EXPERIENCE:
God’s Word | God’s Love | God’s Forgiveness | God’s Adoption
and as a result
obey God’s Call in their lives!

This Year’s Focus

Route 66

Route 66

Route 66: A Trip Through the 66 Books of the Bible is a fun-filled curriculum that teaches solid scriptural information. Kids are part of the story as they embark on a road trip adventure through each of the 66 books in the Bible.

You can find out more about the Route 66 curriculum here.

What's in the Bible?

What’s in the Bible?

“Biblical illiteracy is a huge problem in the church today as far too many kids are growing up without a clear understanding of their own faith. The What’s in the Bible? video series is an effort to provide kids a foundational knowledge of the Bible and of their faith that can launch them on a lifelong walk with God—a journey that will change them and change the world around them.”
-Phil Vischer, Creator of Veggie Tales and What’s in the Bible?

You can find out more about the What’s in the Bible? curriculum here.

Regular Events

Jungle Jam

Jungle Jam

Each week, from 10:30-10:50am, we kick off our children’s ministry time with Jungle Jam- a time to sing, dance, learn Bible verses, and celebrate Jesus!

Kids Small Groups

Small Groups

After Jungle Jam, from 10:50-11:50am, kids break into age appropriate groups for Bible time, activities, snack, and prayer. Our hope is to help kids begin to look at the world, their life, daily choices, and goals through the eyes of Jesus Christ.

Family Days

Family Days

We believe families are important. God put families together to fulfill His plan and to worship Him. Families should be growing together in Christ! We also know that families don’t need MORE to do, they need STRATEGIC things to do.
Our hope is that a few times a year we can have low cost, strategic, fun family Sunday morning opportunities and events that all shapes, sizes, ages, and family structures can successfully participate in together – for all ages!

Hilltop Visits

It is good to bring joy to others! We visit the United Methodist Homes Hilltop Campus in Johnson City twice a year to sing for, give gifts to, and visit with the residents of the J.G. Johnston Nursing Home. It is a great way for kids to interact with elderly residents and to reach beyond our church walls in sharing God’s love.

See What Our Kids Are Learning

Prayer Chat 2015 from FPC Endicott on Vimeo.