WASHINGTON FREE METHODIST CHURCH

 

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WASHINGTON FREE METHODIST CHURCH

 

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We seek to raise up a generation

of committed and faithful followers of Jesus 

who live, love, and serve with passion and purpose.


We have a staffed nursery with trained caregivers for newborns and toddlers during the entire worship service. 

 

Our nursery is located just off the foyer outside of the main Sanctuary. While families are worshiping newborns and toddlers can be checked in to our staffed nursery where they will hear Bible stories and have room to play and freedom to make noise.

 

Just outside of our main nursery playroom we have a space for parents or grandparents to sit if you desire to keep an eye (or ear) on your loved one.

Children's Church is our Sunday morning ministry to our children 4 years old through 6th grade.  Children are dismissed just before the message every Sunday morning. 

 

Children enjoy energetic songs and an engaging teaching together. 

Classes are broken into pre-K through 3rd grade and 4th through 6th grade.

  • Younger children engage in discussion together and then share in an activity.
  • Older children are encouraged to bring their Bible to share in discussion, application, and response.  

 

ROOTS is our ministry to elementary-aged children (Kindergarten - 6th grade) throughout the school year. 

 

ROOTS is designed to fuel the fires of a deep, holy, authentic experience with God in the hearts of children. Children who pray – children who know God’s voice – children who love His Word. ROOTS is a curriculum where children Experience God; give voice to their own prayers and discover that God answers prayer; teaches kids to listen for the voice of God through meditating on the Word of God, discovering that God desires to talk with them personally; lessons provide creative ways for children to see how God works. ROOTS leads beyond teaching topics to show kids how to deepen their own relationship and experience with God and is rooted in Free Methodist, Wesleyan theology.

 

All children are invited and transportation is available by contacting the church.

 

Every summer or fall we launch a week-long "Bible school" at the church.

 

Through music, singing, dancing, games, stories, crafts, snacks, age-specific discussions children engage in learning and applying the Bible to their lives. 

 

Recent themes have included; "Deep Sea Discovery", "God's Big Backyard", "Splish Spash Bible Bash", and "Back to school Bible School". 

Each summer hundreds of students come to enjoy Camp Wildwood at Wabash Park in Clay City, Indiana.

 

The student cabins, team-building course, recreation park, Frisbee golf course, and much more offer excitement for students of all ages and grade levels. Yet what draws students back to Camp Wildwood year after year is the experience they have with The Lord and with other campers through worship encounters, Biblical teachings and discussions, and lasting friendships..

 

Check out the Wabash Park Camp website for summer youth camp dates, registration details, and scholarship information.