Grow Your Family’s Faith in a Creative Setting: The Way Station
Visit White Memorial’s Way Station – a train-themed activity center located in S104 that is designed to guide parents and children in ways to pray and grow closer to God.
The 2014-15 Way Station will open its doors for four Wednesdays in September and April, from 4:30 until 6:30p.m. September’s Way Station features a prayerful journey through the stories of Moses. Conductors will be on hand to assist travelers.
Space is limited so stop by S104 to sign up for your journey – there’s a clipboard outside the door. You may also check with the Conductor on any open Wednesday, to see if the train can take more passengers. Children should be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
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)? See you in the fall!
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!
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.
First - Fifth Grade Skating Parties
Children in first through fifth grades are invited to our church's skating parties at Jellybeans at 1120 Buck Jones Road on Saturday, November 1, 2014 and Saturday, January 10, 2015, from 10:00 - noon. The admission cost is $3.00, including regular skate rental; rollerblade rental is $1.00. Children might also want to bring money for game machines and refreshments. Parents are welcome to leave or to stay and skate for the same price. No reservations are necessary. Call Lynn Springfield at 834-3425, ext. 232 with questions.
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.