It’s almost summertime, and Vacation Bible School is just around the corner! Before you get lost in all the details, here are three ways to strengthen your ministry with children this summer.
Third Reformed Church in Holland, Michigan, is seeking an energetic and dedicated person to serve as their Director of Children’s Ministries.
Play is a significant way children learn. See how one CRC church incorporated a play church so that children can learn more about the church and worship.
The stories of betrayal, crucifixion, death and burial that happened during Holy Week can be hard to share with kids. Here's how one church held an event that made these stories accessible to people of all ages.
The words and actions of parents and caregivers are influencing the faith of children at any given moment.
Join FFM staff and other ministry leaders to talk about how children can participate in Lent and Easter in their homes and with the greater congregation.
While dealing with loss and grief can be difficult for anyone, children’s reactions may differ from those of adults. Here are some resources to help.
While serving is not a “one-off” event, you can utilize the summertime to adopt one of these ideas to focus on service.
Children and teens are suffering from grief and anxiety. Here are some resources your congregation can use to help them build resilience.
Find out what makes Dwell Flex, the new children's ministry resource, flexible enough to fit in a variety of contexts (including yours!).
Join us January 2022 to explore encouraging children in moving from observers to participants in the worshipping community.
Invite members of your congregation who have specific gifts and passions to help create a week-long themed summer camp. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Fresh ways to think about what “VBS” might look like.
This curriculum was intended for use in Presbyterian congregations, but it’s worth a look for a number of reasons.