The Great Adventure

Children’s Programs

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April  Volunteers:

8:30 AM Nursery & Sunday School Nursery: April 2: Tracy Burch April 9: Rachel Hall April 16: Cristal Whitlock April 23: Brittany Wattenbarger April 30: Sidney Pierce

11:00 AM Nursery: April 2: Kaila Dewberry & Molly Vandiver April 9: Rachel Hall & Gracie Ragon April 16: Molly Prince & Sophie Ragon April 23: Charlie & Babs Reeves April 30: Tracy Burch & Emma Boles

Children’s Church Helpers: April 2: Carson McDaniel & Hunter Taylor April 9: Sarah Rider & Molly Vandiver April 16: Luke Taylor & Hunter Taylor April 23: Kaila Dewberry & Macall Miller April 30: Emma Boles & Molly Ragon

We would LOVE for you to consider you joining our team of volunteers! Please pray about how you can serve with our children! Call the church office at (706) 375-2733 if you are interested in being on this wonderful team. Thank you!

Children’s Worship
Children from three years old through third grade meet in the fellowship hall with the Director of Children’s Ministries and other adult and teen helpers for a kid-targeted worship service on Sunday mornings. We worship with a variety of age-appropriate music and introduce the children to classic hymns and Sunday School songs as well. Following a short recess on the playground, the children worship in music, have a Bible lesson, and continue their learning through a variety of enrichment activities.
Sunday School
At 9:45 AM each Sunday, children enjoy learning Bible verses, stories and a variety of songs.
Rooted Children
Sunday evenings at 4:45 PM, children from 3 years old through 5th grade meet in the gym for Rooted. While their parents enjoy learning in their own Rooted small groups we play together, practice saying the books of the Bible, eat dinner and dig deeper into the lives of awesome people in the Bible. Nursery is provided in the education hall for babies and toddlers!
Notebook Rewards
Children in grades 4 and 5 attend 11:00 Worship Service with their families.  They are provided cool pens and notebooks to use for sermon notes.  Points are given for sermon notes and Scripture memory. When they reach certain point levels, the boys and girls are rewarded with special activities. Past activities include trips to SnoBiz for sno-cones and Mr. T’s in St. Elmo for pizza and ice cream! At 1,000 points, an extra-special trip, such as the American Girl Doll store in Alpharetta (because we had only girls in that group!) or Lake Winnie, is the reward!