Around the Town Scavenger Hunt
June 3 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Beymer Church and Around the Town
At Beymer Church, children are loved and adored. Children are considered precious gifts from God!
Staff and volunteers consider their calling an honor and blessing. They will do all possible to ensure that each child has a meaningful and safe experience full of love and joy while learning about God!
Our goal in helping parents pass on the faith to their children, is to give each child the greatest gift ever – an opportunity to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ resulting in a faith in God that will last a lifetime.
And you can relax knowing all staff and volunteers have completed Child/Youth Protection Policy Training.
Jesus said, “let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” When he had placed his hands on them, he went on from there.
A safe and happy place where our littlest angels encounter loving adults who interact with them through play, music, and video.
We ask that you fill out a Nursery Registration Form at your first visit, so please allow a little extra time for this.
0 – 3
9:30am & 11am services
When was the last time your kids dragged you to church? Once your kids get a taste of W.O.W. Children’s Church, they will count the days until Sunday!
Why? Because Beymer staff and volunteers are committed to providing an exciting, engaging, kid friendly experience of God each week. Here at Beymer, we believe kids are not the church of the future, they are the church here and now, so it is important for them to participate in the life of the church in a way that is relatable to them.
W.O.W. Children’s Church takes what the sermon message is for the week and mirrors it for the children in a way that makes sense to them. This way, parents and kids can talk about the message and apply it to their family life!
All children ages 4 – 11 are welcomed into the Upper Room in Stradley Hall, up to 10 minutes before Sunday’s 9:30 am Contemporary Service.
We do ask that you fill out a W.O.W. Children’s Church Registration Form at your first visit so please allow a little extra time for this.
A central tenet of the Christian faith is the inherent value and worth of all children, youth and adults. Children and youth are least able to protect themselves in our society and are particularly vulnerable to abuse and neglect. Beymer Memorial UMC is eager to do all it can to protect the youth and children who participate in this congregation. Since 1996, the General Conference of the United Methodist Church has mandated that each local congregation have a child/youth protection policy (“CYPP”). Accordingly, Beymer Memorial UMC adopts this policy for the protection and safety of the children and youth participating in the life of the church.