Children are an important part of the Bethlehem family!
Ages: birth – 2 (some kids may turn 3 throughout the year)
Infants and toddlers are lovingly cared for in our nursery located on the main level near the sanctuary. Care is available during Sunday school and worship.
Ages: 3 years (by 9/1/18) – 5th grade
10 a.m. during the school year
Children meet for a time of singing, then split into age level classes. Caring teachers share the Gospel Project curriculum teaching Bible stories with age-appropriate activities.
Children in Worship
Kids’ Sermon Notes, fidgets and color sheets/crayons are available for children to use during the worship service and are located in the narthex (area just outside the sanctuary).
Ages: 3 years – Kindergarten
Children are invited to Children’s Church following the children’s message during worship. The children are learning the Bible narrative through chronological Bible stories and related activities.
From September through mid-May, Wonderful Wednesdays offer opportunities for all ages. Children’s activities include:
Preschool (3-5 year-olds) – 3:45-4:15pm
K-2nd grade – 4:15-5:00pm
3rd grade & up – 5:00-5:45pm
Children praise God with their voices and instruments as they learn about music and singing. All choirs participate in worship services. Meets in the Community Room.
Contact Cindy Bergstrom with questions – email@example.com
Supper is provided for everyone in the Fellowship Hall.
We host a Family Communion Workshop that is geared for kids in Kindergarten and older & their parents. This is an interactive time for parents and their children to learn about why we celebrate communion and the history of it.
The next workshop is: TBD
To ensure we have enough supplies, please register your family by clicking the link:
Family Communion Workshop Registration
Questions? Talk to Pastor Kari if you have questions about this event!
Each year during Advent, children prepare a special staging of the Christmas story, which is presented on the Sunday before Christmas during worship. The costumed children represent the various characters in scenes as the Scripture story is read.