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Children's Ministry

Contact Anna Wamsted, Director of Children's Ministry at awamsted@ympca.org

Children's Sunday School

Sunday School classes for children age 2 through 6th grade meet 10:10-10:50 a.m. Bible stories teach the heritage of their faith and how God uses each of us of all ages to serve Him and our friends in unique ways.

Sunday school -- 10:10-10:50 a.m.

Children's Church

Children's Church offers age-appropriate lessons during the worship services for children age 2 through kindergarten. In a separate setting, they learn about God in their own worship environment. Children's Church is held during the Bridge (9:00 a.m.) and Traditional (11:00 a.m.) worship services.

Health and Safety Policy

Children attending the program should be in good health and free from communicable disease. Children should be free of fever (without fever reducing medication), diarrhea or vomiting symptoms for at least 48 hours before returning to the program. Parents will be called and required to come pick up their child if any symptoms appear.

New City Catechism

New City Catechism encourages children (and their parents) to memorize the truths of Scripture. Catechism questions are introduced to the children during Sunday Night Small Groups. 

Nursery

Infant and toddler nurseries are provided with paid help and volunteers for all worship services and most churchwide activities.

Sports Camp/Vacation Bible School

Sports Camp is held the first full week of June at Young Meadows for children in kindergarten through 5th grade; youth serve as helpers; adults offer a variety of services from team leaders to teachers. Held for one week, 9:00 a.m. to Noon, children enjoy a variety of sports activities, snacks, and most importantly, Bible stories about the heroes of our faith.

MOPS -- Mothers of Preschoolers

Mothers of Preschoolers begins its first year at Young Meadows. This group that began in 1973 offers support and encouragement through the parenting journey. This international organization partners with churches and organization in 60 countries to provide an uplifting, supportive program for parents.

The Young Meadows group will meet on the first and third Tuesdays of each month in the Fellowship Hall.

To register, click here.