FP Kids Studio MARCH Registration is lower on this page.
Session 5: Holy Week & easter
(Feb 18-mar 24)
9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
FP Kids is an innovative Sunday morning experience for kids that includes stations such as art, games, music, cooking, drama, science, computer lab and other inspiring learning activities. Each Sunday session will allow kids to explore our faith-inspired theme through activities that help them explore, imagine, connect and grow as they develop their faith.
Every Sunday begins in Mayflower Hall with an energizing worship with music and prayer. We end each morning back in Mayflower Hall with our closing worship.
Where do I go?
Children in grades K-5 begin and end their weekly Sunday morning experience in Mayflower Hall. So there is only one place to drop off and pick up your children. Coffee and snacks are available for families in the Mayflower Cafe following each service.
First-Plymouth East 9:30 a.m.
FP Kids is an innovative Sunday morning experience for kids that includes stations such as art, games, music, cooking, drama, science, computer labs and other inspiring learning activities. Each Sunday session will allow kids to explore our faith-inspired theme through activities that help them explore, imagine, connect and grow as they develop their faith.
WHERE DO I GO?
Children in grades K-5 begin in worship before heading out to their class. Parents will pick them up in their class following worship.
”We think church should be the best part of a kid's week,” said
First-Plymouth’s Minister of Children, Youth and Families, Hollie Schmidt.
Grades K-5 @ 6:45-7:30 p.m.
FP Kids studio:march
FP Kids Studio has all new creative arts classes for the March Session as we focus on learning about PATIENCE! Please read through these options and then sign-up your children the link below or contact Deb (email@example.com) with any questions.
K-2nd Grade Options:
- Patience: Science Requires It: Kids will get involved in various science experiments that require them to have a bit of patience each week.
- Patience: A Watched Pot Never Boils: Who knew that creating such wonderful foods took so much time and patience? Kids will get to make different foods & candies this month that will take a bit more time than they might think. (Class is FULL)
3rd-5th Grade Options:
- Patience: Wait Your Turn: Games are so much fun to play, but what about those that take a bit more time, patience and practice? Come have fun as we explore some new ways to have fun!
- Patience: Watching Paint Dry: Clay, paint, glue and food coloring all have something in common....they take time and patience. Come create some really cool masterpieces that require a bit more patience. (Class is FULL)
WHERE DO I GO?
Children in choir should check-in between 5:00-5:30pm. Kids Choir kids will be picked up from choir, taken to worship and then on to their class. Please pick up your children on the 2nd floor (signs will be by the classrooms).
Children not in choir can check in anytime between 6:00-6:45pm; they can join us for worship or you may drop them off at their classroom upstairs. Please pick up your children on the 2nd floor (signs will be by the classrooms).
Questions: Who do I ask?
Rev. Hollie Schmidt is the Minister of Children, Youth & Families and is available on Sunday mornings or you may reach her by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deb Comstock is the CYFM Department Administrator and is on-site on Sunday mornings. Contact her at email@example.com.