Children at SCPCPH
Children of all ages are welcome in worship; however, we do provide childcare and a children’s worship time called Jesus Walkers (J-Walkers for short) each week.
Our nurseries are available during Sunday School and Worship. Staffed by experienced paid caregivers, the nursery is a loving and safe place for infants to three-year-olds. Both nurseries are located in the Administrative Building - the Infant Nursery is located in room 200 and Toddler Nursery is located in room 209.
J-Walkers is offered for those children who are three years old (by August 31) - 1st Grade. Children begin in the sanctuary with their parents and are invited to leave for J-Walkers after the opening music. They are escorted to their room by our weekly volunteer and a childcare monitor. To provide continuity and stability, the J-Walker lead teacher is a paid position. Each week the children will explore the scripture of the week through stories, crafts, activities, and games. J-Walkers is located in room 307 in our education building.
All children who are in Three-year-old preschool - Fifth grade are invited to participate! They meet throughout the year for special occasions at 9:00 am on Sunday. The Choir is led by Kelly Byrum and Cathy Farnham. Please contact the church office with questions or for additional information.
Throughout the year there are additional activities offered for children and their families such as a Sunday School classes for Preschool-5th grade (Sept.-May), Fall and Spring Festivals, Vacation Bible School (June), Children’s Choir, and a Fellowship group for 2nd-5th graders called BASIC Training (Brothers and Sisters in Christ).
For more information about our Children’s Ministry, please contact Lorie Lewis, Director of Family Ministries ().
Youth at SCPCPH
Sunday School for Middle and High School Youth is offered on Sunday mornings (Sept.-May). We believe that youth need a safe place where they can ask questions regarding their faith and it is important for them to develop relationships with committed Christian adults. Youth Sunday School class is a place where both of these needs can be met.
Youth Fellowship or “Youth Group” meets most Sunday nights during the school year, 5:00pm-7:00pm. During this time Middle and High School Youth will eat dinner together and participate in a variety of activities in the areas of fellowship, worship, study and service. This group also leads the congregation in worship on Youth Sunday once a year. In additional to Sunday nights, there are field trips throughout the year for service and recreation, lock-ins, a Summer Mission Trip, and a trip to Monteat Youth Conference in July.