Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it
Adventure Island is an exciting Wednesday night program for children in Kindergarten through 5th Grade during the months of September through May. This exciting ministry provides excellent Biblical education for children of the congregation as well as children from throughout our community.
Adventure Island’s main goals are to
If you wish to register your child for Adventure Island or want more information, please call Eric Lashbrook at (920) 668-6725.Sunday School
After the morning service each Sunday (around 10:15) we have a variety of different ways to learn and grow. Our children ages 3 through 6th grade learn from the Bible using David C. Cook’s Bible in Life curriculum. They have an opening group time, and then learn a Bible story in smaller classes with students their own age.
The elementary school children also minister to us through a Christmas program each year. The kids present the wonderful story of Jesus coming to earth and being born as a Man to reach the world He loves so much. With fun parts and serious parts, the program is a wonderful time for everyone as they watch the kids tell the Christmas story once again, so that we all remember and never forget the joy that the very first Christmas brought us.
Faith Church is part of a community effort to provide a week during the summer where kids ages preschool through 5th grade can get together and laugh, sing praises, have fun, do crafts, and - most importantly - get to know Jesus better. A typical day at VBS involves singing praises to God, hearing a Bible story presented in dramatic fashion, application of the story, making a craft that helps to reinforce the Bible story, and spending time having snacks and playing games at recess. Each year at VBS money is raised for a mission project that has been chosen for the week. At the end of the week, parents and friends are invited to an ice cream social and program where kids sing and the audience gets an idea of what the children have been learning throughout the week.
Formerly called “Children in Covenant,” this program is one of the most successful in the history of the Reformed Church. For nearly a century this program has supported children's programs in Brewton, Alabama. Children are enrolled as Children in Covenant members by parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles or friends for a gift of $5. The money then goes to support the Rottschafer Day Care Center in Brewton. Each year children enrolled in the program are recognized with a certificate and a gift.