As part of the celebration of Easter, children are invited to bring a flower or greenery on April 20 to decorate a cross on the brick patio between the Luther and Knox buildings. Children in two-year-old classes are asked to put their flowers or greenery on the cross before going to the classroom. All other children, ages three through fifth grade, will decorate the cross with their classes during the Church School hour.
VCS Teacher Orientation Meeting
VCS Teachers, please join us for our Teacher Orientation Meeting on Tuesday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m. in C200. R.S.V.P. to Mandy Patterson (919-673-9120). Childcare is available by calling Tonya Higgins at 919-834-3425 ext. 216 or registering online by April 24.
“Miss Brenda” Currin to Retire
After 20 years, “Miss Brenda” Currin, toddler supervisor, caregiver and friend to young families, will retire in June. All are invited to a reception honoring Miss Brenda in the Carol Copeland Courtyard on Sunday, May 18, at 10:30 a.m. Please bring notes, cards, and other expressions of appreciation to the collection basket in the church library. For details, email Melinda Fox.
2014 Church School Offering Projects
The children in grades 1-7 have cast their votes for their 2014 offering projects!
Project for our Church:
1,000 chocolate chip cookies baked in our church kitchen for church fellowship events.
Project to help our World:
Medika Mamba, a medical nutrition program for malnourished children in Haiti. It costs $69 to provide this life-saving nutrition program for each child.
Do you have a 5th grader who is ready for PYC (Presbyterian Youth Connection)? Registration is available. Please register for our May event.
Ornament-Making in Elementary Church School
Elementary children enjoyed making ornaments during Church School to hang on the tree during our Joy Gift service. See our work and smiles here!
Vacation Church School
VCS for children age 3 by August 31, 2013 through current fifth graders, will be June 16-20, 2014. Find out how you can help.
Worship Workshops for Second Graders & Parents
On November 10, 17, and 24, second graders and their parents participated in a series of three Worship Workshops. View pictures from the workshop here.
WMPC is a Safe Sanctuary Community
We are called to create a community of faith where children, youth and adults grow safe and strong. God calls us to make our church community a safe place, protecting children and youth from sexual abuse. In response to this challenge, WMPC has developed a Safe Sanctuary protection policy.
The Timeline of Children's Ministries describes activities you and your child can experience at White Memorial.