First Sundays, 9:00 a.m.
For all ages and abilities.
SMPC provides families and individuals with special needs within our church and local community a welcoming place to gather, connect and grow their faith by offering a monthly worship service to begin in the fall called Common Ground.
Sundays, 9:00 a.m.
ALL ages gather in circles in Mecklenburg Hall to practice creative ways to dig into the Bible, practice talking about our faith with one another, and practice ways we can continue learning about our faith throughout the week while implementing the Faith Five approach.
Faith Practice, Jr.
Sundays, 9:00 a.m.
Our 3- and 4-year-olds gather in Mecklenburg Hall, but once our gathering time is over, they head to a separate room with two adults for the remainder of the hour to experience the story tailored just for them. They will also enjoy participation in the Cherub Choir during this time.
June, 2021 (Date TBD)
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Grandparent camp is for children ages 5+ and their grandparents.
If you would like to stand in as a grandparent, or if you'd like to adopt a grandparent for camp, please contact Rebecca Guzman, Director of Spiritual Formation.
SMPC is home to some of the strongest Scouting programs in North Carolina. Opportunities are available for young people of all ages, from kindergarten (Daisy Girl Scouts) or 1st grade (Tiger Cub Scouts) to age 18.
SMPC MeetUp: Occasional Gatherings
Got young kids? Want to get to know some fellow SMPC parents who are also going through the ups and downs of the "terrible twos," "three-nagers" and whatever they call four-year old challenges? Let's get together with our little bundles of joy and relax, play and get to know one another better.
Questions? Walton and Nick Price
Vacation Bible School
2021 Dates TBD
Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
3-year-olds through rising 6th graders.
Parents and Youth 7th grade and up, if you are able to volunteer for the full week, please do!
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN
TO LEAD WORSHIP
Parents who serve as greeters are encouraged to invite their children to greet with them.
Our Greeters are often the first point of contact for those attending our worship services and special events. Friendly faces are always welcome to serve!
Contact: Kim Dracon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents who usher are welcomed and encouraged to mentor their children to usher along with them.
In addition, On the last Sunday of the month, youth and children 3rd grade and up are specifically are invited to collect the “Spoon it Up” offering to benefit the men’s shelter.
Contact Bob Cushman for more information on Spoon it Up: email@example.com.
To become an usher, contact Vicki Barton: firstname.lastname@example.org.