Campbell Memorial Presbyterian Church teachers and caregivers bring the message of God's love and the teachings of the Bible to children through stories, games, crafts and service programs. Children are an important part of our worship service and church family!
Childcare for children up to 5 years old on Sundays mornings during worship.
Children meet from 9:45-10:30am for fun and study. Through Biblical stories shared in a variety of ways, children learn in a setting that stimulates their imagination and encourages participation.
Children's Time and JAM
A lesson explaining the scripture is given during the Sunday worship service. Following our Children's Time, the younger children have the opportunity to go to JAM (Jesus and Me) for a Bible story, craft, snack and game to reinforce our Bible point for the day.
Youth @ CMPC
Elementary, middle and high school youth meet monthly for food, fellowship and time to talk about God in their lives.
Middle school youth meet to study scripture, talk about God and our world and pray. We address questions like: What do Christians believe? What does it mean to be Presbyterian? Where is God when I hurt? What sort of savior is Jesus? What's the big deal about the Holy Spirit? Why pray? Do Christians make a difference in the world?
Vacation Bible School is offered during the summer.
Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." Luke 18:16 (NIV)