Jesus taught us the value of children when He took young children into His arms and told His disciples that anyone who welcomes a child welcomes Him. He showed with His words and actions that children are a valuable part of His Kingdom (Mark 9:35-37).
Concord follows Jesus’s example by making children a priority and providing age-appropriate ways for them to learn, worship, and serve. Children’s workers partner with parents to provide spiritual education for their children. Realizing that a child brings his or her whole self to church—emotional, physical, mental, social, and spiritual—they strive to minister to the whole child.
Bible Study: 9:45 a.m.
Concord provides age-graded Sunday study classes that help children learn Bible stories, memorize Scriptures, and apply Bible truths to their lives. The lessons are tailored to meet the developmental stage of each child.
Royal Ambassadors: 5:45-7:00 p.m.
Royal Ambassadors teaches boys in grades one through six that one of our responsibilities as believers is to meet the physical and spiritual needs of those less fortunate, always serving in Jesus’s name. RAs are involved in a variety of hands-on activities designed to share Jesus’s love, including visits to nursing homes and participation in an annual bike-a-thon fundraiser for the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering. The boys also participate in the state-sponsored RA Congress and Track Meet, Pinewood Derby, and Camporee.
On Wednesday nights the Faith Factory cranks up at 5 with dinner for the whole family. The Faith Factory is filled with Music, Bible Stories, Games, Friends, Fellowship, Prayer Time, and a whole lot of fun. The great time is for preschoolers and elementary aged kids.