Young Meadows offers age-appropriate Sunday School classes for children beginning age 2 through 6th grade. Bible stories are the focus of Sunday school to teach children 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 -- 9:30-10:25 a.m.
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 and 11:00 a.m. worship services.
Stepping Stones Memory Work encourages children to learn the bible and memorize verses. Checked each month to keep children on track, this memory work is graduated as children age from preschool to 6th grade.
Infant and toddler nurseries are provided with paid help and volunteers for all worship services and most church activities.
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.
Children's Wednesday night programs begin at 6:00 with stories from the bible and activities to help reinforce the stories' meanings. Programs are held for children K4-6th grade.