Children's Ministries Church School Teacher Orientation
Our orientation meeting for Vacation Church School teachers will be held Thursday, April 23 at 7:00 p.m. in C200. Each teacher will receive teaching materials and an overview of plans for the week. R.S.V.P. to Kristy Wood (919) 413-2514. Childcare reservations can be made by calling Tonya Higgins at 834-3425, ext. 216 or online by April 20.

Families with Children: Come Enjoy “Stories of Jesus” in The Way Station
The Way Station reopens in April, for more family-friendly faith formation. This train-themed spirituality center, located in S104, is a peaceful place to learn Bible stories and prayer practices. by any time after Easter for self-guided time, or join us on Wednesday afternoons from 4:30 until 6:30, when Conductors will offer tasty treats for visitors:
April 22: Earth Bread
April 29: New Life Bread

The Way Station is best enjoyed by caregiver/child pairs, in groups of up to 8 people at a time. Reserve Wednesday time slots by signing up on a clipboard outside the door, or come and ask the Conductor if the train can take more passengers.

All Aboard! Don’t miss the “Stories of Jesus” in The Way Station!

Children’s Spring Service Project: Supporting Our Mission Partners in Russia
Please help your children bring coloring books and twistable crayons in April and May.These gifts are for orphans in Smolensk, Russia. Church members will take them on an upcoming mission trip.

Did you know that. . .

. . . the registration fee is refundable through May 1 if your plans change?
. . . the VCS registration form is provided online?
. . . early arrival care is provided for children of working parents?
. . . the VCS week packs in the equivalent of a whole quarter of Sunday morning Church School sessions?
. . .VCS is a multi-faceted highlight in the life of our church, offering rewarding opportunities for adults and youth to minister to children of WMPC?

Snacks for VCS Helpers
Providing a baked item, snack, or drinks is a great way to help our VCS helpers feel appreciated. Please contact Paige Marsh if you would like to bring in a treat during the week of June 15-19.

2015 - 2016 Church School Classes
If your child will be repeating a year in school or preschool for 2015 – 2016, please call Daniella Kamis-Brown (919-834-3425, ext. 212) so that we can adjust our records for Church School.

2015 Children’s Church School Offering Projects
In the first three months of 2015, our children's offering money has fed 742 people (at $.25 per person) through Stop Hunger Now!

The children in grades 1– 7 voted for their 2015 offering money to feed hungry people all over the world through Stop Hunger Now.

Pledge cards are being handed out in the Church School classes and can be returned to the offering basket in the Church School classroom or to the church office.

Summer Programs for Children
Registration forms are available on our summer page and beside W316 at the church office.

Vacation Church School: G-Force
Vacation Church School, directed by Carol Holt and Kristy Wood, will be June 15-19, 2015. Children who turned 3 by August 31 through fifth graders are invited to join us for these five mornings of growing in faith together! Questions? Contact Lynn Springfield (919-834-3425, ext. 232).  

Midsummer Celebrations: God’s Surprises
Midsummer Celebrations: God’s Surprises, directed by Meg Ellis, will be July 27-30, 2015 from 6:00 to 8:15 p.m. for second through fifth graders Questions? Contact Lynn Springfield (919-834-3425, ext. 232).

Grandparent/Grandchild One Day Camp
Thursday, July 16, 2015 (registration due June 22, 2015)
9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.; for children ages 4, by October 15, 2015, through rising first grade and a grandparent, great-grandparent or special friend.
Questions: Tracey Daniel, 919-834-3425, ext. 247

5th Connection
Our last meeting is April 12.
5th Connection
1st Sundays from 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Be on the lookout for 
more information on our own webpage! 

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.