Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.
The children’s ministry at Clemson Presbyterian Church serves infants-fifth graders. We want to impact our community and the world by making disciples of children who are transformed by the Gospel and learning to serve others. All instruction is grounded in the Gospel with the purpose of training up children with Biblical teaching. Our children’s ministry partners with parents by equipping and encouraging them in the Christian nurture of their children. In order to accomplish these goals, we provide our children and their families with a variety of spiritual growth opportunities in worship, service, fellowship and missions.
Contact: Becky Sinclair, Children's Ministry Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 864.654.4772
Sunday School 9-10am
Sunday School is offered for all ages. Children walk through the Old and New
Testaments as they gain a deeper understanding of scripture. Scripture memory and Catechism are taught during this time as well.
Sunday evenings, 5:30-7pm, Fellowship Hall/Nursery
On Sunday nights during the school year, children learn the scriptures in an age appropriate. We have programs for nursery age children through 5th graders. We sing songs, play games, and learn from the Word.
Sundays (except 5th Sundays), Library
During the sermon, K4 and K5 children are released to the library for an age-appropriate, interactive teaching time. The children return to their parents in the service during the hymn of response.
Once a month on Fridays, 9:30 am, childcare provided
Moms Upholding Moms (MUMS) allows mentors to meet with moms of young children to empathize, encourage, and listen. Discussion is biblically based and allows honest sharing of daily joys and struggles of raising children. The moms also meet once a month for prayer time. Nursery provided. Contact email@example.com for more information.
The Catechism and Memory Program (CAMP) includes age‐appropriate verses and catechisms for memorization during the school year.This ministry is designed for parents to teach their children the truth’s of scripture. CAMP work is reviewed during Sunday classes. Children who complete CAMP earn a special kids’ outing or a scholarship to a Christian camp.
We love being involved in the Good News Club which allows us to build relationships with community children and talk to them about Christ.
Each year our church sends hundreds of boxes around the world through OCC, providing gifts and the Gospel to children who have typically never received either. We encourage our children and the church at large to donate needed items throughout the year. To find out more about the ministry of OCC, visit the Samaritan’s Purse website.
Children K4 and up join their families for worship on Sunday mornings. Because our congregation is used to small children in the service, we strive to offer a gracious atmosphere for families who are training younger children to worship. We provide several tools to help parents and children. The Bread Box, located in the foyer, has an object lesson for each week’s sermon. There are also Worship bags (filled with coloring pages to go along with the sermon, a clipboard, crayons, and
books, worship training sheets) for children to borrow and return at the end of the service. We also provide a Family Room in the foyer of the Worship Center for parents with babies allowing parents to still be a part of the worship service and attend to their young ones.