Welcome to Ḟaithworks, our Church for children! We are glad that you are interested in finding out more about our faith formation to all ages. High Mountain Presbyterian Church (HMPC) welcomes families of all kinds, and people of all ages, to join us as we grow together in God’s love.
Every Sunday, teachers, childcare workers, and young students gather together for a time of fun sharing, games and hands-on activities. At our time together we learn about the Bible, about God’s love for all, about Jesus, God’s Son, his ways of justice, caring and how we can be his instruments of peace and reconciliation.
Every Sunday children and youth meet for the opening worship before going to classes. Parents are welcome to keep young children with them during worship or bring them to Ḟaithworks, on the 2nd floor of the church house, for any or all of the worship time. Our worship service includes a “Time of conversation with Children,” and times when youth assist in worship and share greeting and ushering duties with other adult volunteers. If you are looking for a church family, you may want to consider to join our community of faith. We hope you visit with us sometime!
April 18, 2017
The Season of Easter following Easter Sunday is 50 days long. During this time the Faithworks will explore stories from the gospels of John and Luke and the book of […]
May 24, 2017
Last week’s scripture reading in John 14:15–21 was the first of four teachings in John’s gospel called the “Farewell Discourse.” In that reading Jesus prepare and encourage the disciples for […]
August 16, 2016
Thank you families for letting your child be a part of “Blast to the Past Bible Camp! During this exciting time your child met new friends, took part in lots […]
September – June: 10:20 am – 11:00 am -Church for children and youth
At our small multiage group young people have the opportunity to peer and bond with new friends, to learn and grow in their faith.
Lesson plan and activities offer different age-appropriate options for engaging with the biblical stories. The hands-on activities include “activity zones” that address different ages, interests, learning styles, and abilities. For example, children can choose between an Art zone, Music zone, Outreach zone, or Quiet zone. Children and youth will also experience storytelling scripts, self-directed learning, and relationships with children of different ages as they create community, sharing time and space each week.
Middle School Retreats and Confirmation Class, open to Grades 7 through 12
Last week of June: Mission trip
Third week of August: Vacation Bible Camp
Second Sunday of September: Church school kickoff.
Second Sunday of December: Family Christmas service
(Please call the church office for additional information)
No upcoming events. Please check back soon!