MINISTRIES

Adult Ministries

Adult Sunday School Class is a combination of the Men’s class and the Mizpah Class. Teachers are Gene Artman and Rev. Monroe. The curriculum used in the class is “The Present Word.”

Homebuilders Sunday School Class is an open discussion Bible study.  The curriculum used in this class is Focus on the Family.  This class is excellent for young married couples or single parents with children in other classes.

Family Faith Nights are special events held during Lent (Easter) and Advent (Christmas) usually on Friday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. A light dinner of soup and homemade bread is served followed by an hour of Bible study. *Child Care is offered for those who wish to attend but have little ones.

Teen Ministries

High School/Middle School Sunday School Class – include students in grades 9 ‐ 12 and 7 – 8.  The class is taught by Bobbi Monroe and Susie Cotti. Curriculum used in the class is “Feasting on the Word”.

Youth Group – At present a middle school youth group is meeting. Many opportunities are available to our high school  and middle school youth for learning, fellowship and service.

Children Ministries

Preschool, Kindergarten & Grade 1 Sunday School Class  – Children age 3 years (MUST BE POTTY TRAINED) to those starting or currently in  1st grade are in this class. Teachers are Heidi Weimer and Jamie McKinney.  Their curriculum is “Growing inGrace and Gratitude.”

Grades 2 & 3 Sunday School Class – Students are taught by Cindy Borbonus and Shiela Borbonus. Class curriculum is “Growing in Grace and Gratitude.”

Grades 4 & 5 & 6 Sunday School Class – Teacher in this class is Nancy Hartmann. Class curriculum is “Feasting on the Word.”

KIDZ Evangelism – Egg‐Stravanganza Egg Hunt ‐ The Easter story is told, Easter crafts are made, snacks are provided, and then we have an Easter egg hunt.

Fall Fun Festival is a day full of fall activities for kids.  It’s held in October and includes crafts, snack, and other fun fall stuff.

Kids Day Out – (Usually held from 10 am to 4 pm). This event is held in December. Parents can bring their children to the church while they finish shopping, wrapping gifts, baking, etc. It also lets the children come together to spend the day hearing the Christmas story, doing some crafts, singing, playing games, and having lunch together.

Other activities and programs may occur throughout the year and will be announced when they are planned. *All of our volunteers have their Child Care Clearances and follow our Child Protection Policy. 

How to Volunteer

Volunteers play a vital role in the success of the children and youth programing at our church.  The session has prepared policies for those wishing to volunteer in these areas.  All those working with children and youth in our church must follow the policies and have a Volunteer Application and proper clearances, Pennsylvania State Police Request for Criminal Record Check (form SP4-164) and PA Child Abuse History Clearance (form CY-113).  For those living outside Pennsylvania within the last 10 years, an additional FBI fingerprint clearance is needed.  Protection of children and youth entrusted to our care is very important to our church leadership.  Our Christian Education chairperson handles requests for volunteering.  Please contact the church office for additional information.

Child Protection Policies

Volunteer Application

Request for Criminal Record Check

Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance

(www.dhs.state.pa.us Click on “Find a Form” on the left, scroll down page about midway, both forms can be found here.)