Children's Ministry
Leader: Terry Rudd, Minister of Education & Outreach

Click here for Children's Resources for parents and volunteers


Children are important to Jesus, and they are important to us. We want to help parents in their efforts to connect their kids to Christ. Here are some ways we do this.


KidsN.O.W. Bible Study at 9:15  This is where our primary Bible teaching takes place on Sunday. All kids in pre-kindergarten to fifth grade meet in the Kids Zone. We begin with a large group time of high energy music and a lesson introduction/review or missions emphasis. Then we move to grade-divided small groups for a time of Bible lesson, review and application to help connect kids to Christ in a way that makes sense.

Kids in Church at 10:30 All kids in kindergarten to fifth grade are invited join their parents for worship so they can participate more fully in the body life of our church. We have a special Kids Bulletin (and a treat for those who complete it). We do offer Kids Church during the message for children in kindergarten through second grade for families who prefer that option. They will be dismissed from the service just before the sermon.

Nursery and Preschool There is child care available at both times for infants through age four. Our primary teaching for 2 to 4 year olds takes place at 9:15, but we have a Bible story at 10:30 as well. Click on the Resources button at the top of the page for more information about our nursery and preschool ministries.


Summer Fun!!

Vacation Bible School: This year's theme is "Game On!"

When: July 22-26, 2018, 6:30 - 9:00pm. Family night on July 27.

Where: SCBC

Who: Children in grades K-5. We also have youth and adult classes. Childcare provided for volunteers and parents attending adult classes.

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Track and Field Camp (In partnership with CrossLife Community Church)

What: A week of fun learning different track and field events like high jump, long jump, discus, hurdles, and more while also learning important lessons from the Bible.

When:June 25-29, 2018. 9am-12pm; Track Meet and Family Picnic on Friday evening

Where: Hammond High School, Columbia, MD

Who: Children ages 6-13.

Cost: $65 for first child in family, $60 for each additional child (fee includes camp t-shirt). Deadline to register is May 28.

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Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (AWANA) meets Friday nights from 6:30-8:30. Please click on the AWANA logo to the left for more information or call the church office.




For more information, please contact the church office or email the children's ministry team at

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