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Children's Ministries

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  • VBS runs June 19-23 , 2017
Children's Worship:
For children ages 2 - 5 years old. The children are excused from the morning worship service during the singing of the hymn of preparation, and assemble in the Fellowship Room downstairs. Parents should meet their children in this room immediately after the morning service.

Sunday School:   Classes for those in - grades Kindergarten through Adult meet on Sunday mornings from September through April at 9 a.m training our children in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.

GEMS:   Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior  We welcome all girls from 2nd through 8th grade. Our focus is to help girls and their families have a saving and dynamic relationship with their Savior, Jesus Christ. We learn about the Lord and we have a great time doing it!

GEMS meetings typically consist of a worship time followed by either a Bible lesson, badge work and/or a craft. We will usually have some fellowship time and a snack. All girls are invited regardless of church affiliation.

  • For girls grades 4 - 8 meets every Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. from October through April. This ministry is to bring girls into a living relationship with Jesus Christ. 
  • For girls in grade 3 Awareness GEMS meet every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. October through April. This ministry is geared for the younger girl to bring her into a living relationship with Jesus. 

If you are looking for more information please visit our website at www.yellowstonegems.com or contact Caty at 406-539-1849.  Go to www.gemsgc.org for more information about the national club.

Cadets:  For boys grades 4 - 8 meets every Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m.  September through April. This is a Christian mentoring program where men bring Christ to boys and boys to Christ through Bible Study, handcrafts, and outdoor activities. Contact zfountaine55@gmail.com for information on joining our local club, or visit http://www.calvinistcadets.org/ for more information about this group on a national level.

 

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