Christian Education for Preschool through Grade 5.
All are welcome to participate in our children’s Christian education programs. You can join at any time during the year and do not need to be a member to participate. Emilee Mooney is our director of Children and Family Ministries and would be happy to answer any questions that you might have. Please call the church at 262-673-3290
Classes meet on Sunday morning between worship services (9:40 am – 10:35 am) and are scheduled from mid-September through May (see calendar for specific dates). There is no fee for Sunday School. An offering is collected each week and used to support congregational mission work.
Children’s Sunday School Curriculum for 2018-2019:
- Preschool: Hands-On from Group
- Kindergarten: Hands-On from Group
- Grades 1-5: PowerXpress Rotation from Cokesbury
Vacation Bible School 2018
SHIPWRECKED! God Saves Us!
VBS this past June was a great success, and a lot of fun! The children learned that Jesus Rescues and made many friends throughout the week. We served a daily dinner for the children before they broke off into groups. This is a very special time for them to share a meal together. We had many children from around the community join us, many members of the church, friends and family. We are looking forward to next summer already!
COMMUNITY EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
FUMC holds various community events during the year. In December, we have our Breakfast with Santa to learn about what the true meaning of Christmas is all about. This is a Free Event to all that want to attend, we ask for a free-will donation to go towards the cost of the following events. In 2018, Breakfast with Santa will be on December 8, 2018 at 9AM. Please RSVP to the church office at 262.673.3290 to let us know how many people in your family will be attending.
FUMC also holds a Breakfast with the Bunny. The date hasn’t been set for 2019 yet, but we are looking forward to another fun event. Again, this is open to the community and is a free event. We ask for a free-will donation to go towards the cost of holding more events.