Here at Fishes of Men we have one focus, Jesus.
But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us (Romans 5:8).
Our entire Children’s Ministry program is built around sharing that love with our kids in fun and relevant ways!
Summer is almost here and VBS along with it! Click here for more info.
Our Sunday School program is split into 2 major groups, Club 56 (5th-6th Grade) and Kingdom Quest (2 year olds-4th grade). Kingdom Quest will be split into additional groups from there.
Teaches kids about Jesus love with a mixture of videos, puppets, skits, games, crafts and snacks. We have 4 classes within Kingdom Quest.
- 2’s and 3’s (Note: This is a mommy and me style class),
- 4’s, 5’s, and Kinder
We’d love for you to visit! We meet from 9:30-10:45 am in Children’s ministry (down the hall next to the sanctuary). If you are new just head on down to the colorful paintings and talk to the front desk. They’ll get you set up and give you all the details!
Fun filled, relevant Sunday School lessons specially designed to meet the needs of your 5th or 6th grader! It will include games, crafts, large group and small group portions. Club 56 will also go from 9:30-10:45 in the Children’s Ministry area, but they have their own separate room.
Sunday School Curriculum
Our Children’s Ministry all the way through High School all use different age versions of The Gospel Project. The Gospel Project focuses on looking at the entire narrative of scripture through the lens of Christ.
Here’s a quick promo-
Join us for a fun, age appropriate teaching time led by John and Stephanie during the sermon time in our 11:00 service. We use the Jesus Storybook Bible to learn different lessons on how God’s promise (Jesus) for us can be seen all throughout the Bible.
Sunday School Training/Resources
Interested in helping out with Sunday School? Awesome! Click here for all our training resources
Camp Lone Star Summer Trip
Join us at Camp this Summer on the week of June 7th! Check out this letter for all the details – Camp Lone Star 2015