GHWC Children’s Ministries
Children are a special priority at GHWC. We invest a large percentage of our resources into our children’s ministries in order to ensure that we can offer safe, quality programs for kids of all ages.
Our staff is committed to teaching children about Jesus Christ in a safe, age-friendly environment. There are plenty of ways for your child to get involved and learn about a God who loves him or her very much!
Sundays, 9:45-10:30 AM at the church
We believe you’re never too young to start learning about Jesus. That’s why we offer Sunday School classes for children as young as 18 months. From Bible lessons to Scripture memory to prayer and praise time, Sunday School offers lots of opportunities for kids to grow in their faith. Children’s Sunday School is divided into the following classes: Toddler (18 months – 3 years), Preschool and Kindergarten, 1st – 3rd grade, 4th – 5th grade, and middle school.
We offer Toddler Church (18 months-3 years), Preschool Church (4 years-kindergarten), and Children’s Church (1st-6th grade). Children in grades 1-6 meet right before the Morning Worship service and walk upstairs together to join the adults for worship time. They then go back downstairs for an age-appropriate Bible lesson.
Your babies and pre-toddlers will be lovingly cared for during both Sunday School and Morning Worship.
Clubhouse for Kids
Wednesdays, 6:15-7:30 PM at the Verona Elementary School gym (during the school year)
Clubhouse for Kids is a fun time of active games and learning for kids 4 years old through 5th grade. Activities and Bible lessons are specially planned so that each child can understand and participate. Parents are welcome to stay and observe. You can even join in!
Summer Children’s Musical
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 PM at the church (summer only)
Every summer, the children from our church as well as the surrounding community are invited to be a part of the annual summer children’s musical. Practices are held every Wednesday night from June to September, and performances take place the weekend after Labor Day. Kids not only learn fun songs, choreography, and dramatic skills, but they also learn valuable lessons about a Savior who loves them.