Don’t be surprised when your kids ask you to bring them back to Children’s Church at Young Harris. We strive to create a fun, engaging, energetic environment that welcomes children to experience the love of God through weekly ministry lessons.
Upon checking your child in for the first time, we will ask you to complete a registration form with the following information. (Note: We value your privacy and will not share this information.)
Any special instructions (allergies/special needs)
Your child will be warmly welcomed to our church family in an environment that fosters belonging, love and acceptance. Children will make friendships with others that go beyond our programming, and most importantly, understand that Jesus is a forever friend that will always love them and never leave them.
The Think Orange Curriculum comprises a video bible story, along with supporting activities that bring understanding in an applicable, fun way for Elementary school students.
We want to help parents and caregivers continue the Sunday message into the school week. Weekly Facebook posts will let you know what your child has been learning about, along with take home activities to do together.
Save the Date information will be sent out via text, email and mail to help you plan ahead for our special events. These include among others, an annual Easter Egg Hunt, Vacation Bible School and Christmas Activities.
After checking your child in, you and your child will be given matching name tags. Your child will need to wear theirs, while you will hold on to the matching tag.
In the event that we need to contact you during Children’s Church we will text or call you. If you are attending the church service you will be directed back from the Sanctuary to The Family Life Center by one of our staff or volunteers.
After service is complete, you will return to your child’s room and show your tag in order for your child to be released back to you.
“ I hope your children have a blast at Children’s Church and come home excited to tell you about everything they have learned. My prayer is that the children will know that they were created by God for a purpose and plan, and that there is nobody in the world that Jesus could love more than them.”