Club Kids, for 3rd-5th graders, is an opportunity for fellowship and fun! Community-building games and activities are the focus of these fun gatherings. Watch the Country Club Christian newsletter and the church calendar for information on specifics activities, days and times.
Activities Throughout the Year
Country Club Christian Church offers many activities for Children and Families throughout the year such as:
Easter Egg Hunt – An annual egg hunt is held on the church lawn every Palm Sunday after services. In past years, children and families have enjoyed a picnic lunch, a guest petting zoo, and more Easter Eggs than can fit in a basket.
Trunk-or-Treat – What is a grownup who secretly loves to dress up for Halloween supposed to do? Decorate their car of course! And join the fun at Country Club Christian Church’s annual Trunk or Treat. Families enjoy putting on their costumes, eating a hot chili dinner, and going trunk to trunk for candy and treats. Held each year in October.
Backyard Bash – Wednesday evenings in June and July are filled with fun for all ages. Each evening of Backyard Bash begins with dinner followed by a variety of activities and classes.
Watch for these annual events and more in our blog and the full church calendar. For more information about our Children and Family Ministries, contact April Booth or join our Children & Family mailing list here.
Go to: Parent & Volunteer Resources (in the Safety and Permissions section) to download and fill out permission forms.
Children & Family News and Events
Advent: Home by Another WayNovember 30, 2020The season of Advent invites us to reimagine what life means as God comes to make a home with us. Click here to learn more about the Advent sermon series, featured music during advent, and to sign up for advent devotions by email.
2020 Advent DevotionsNovember 30, 2020During the season of advent, Country Club Christian Church will share advent devotions each week. Read them here.
Advent in AdvanceOctober 29, 2020Our annual make-and-take event to help children and families prepare their homes for Christmas looks a little different this year — instead of making items at church to take home, we’re moving to a take and make format.