FGUCC Youth & Children Ministries program is to provide a safe space for all children and youth to explore their own faith journey, to feel empowered to ask questions, to feel loved in their growth and to learn about the joy, justice and love that Jesus inspires in us all.

Our Fall Learning Community session will begin on Sunday, September 17th and this is our Welcome Back to the Learning Community. We are offering classes for grades K-12. Nursery care will also be provided. Our Learning Community time takes place during worship, 10:15 AM-11:15 AM. If you have any additional questions please reach out to our Learning Community Coordinator, Adrienne Klein, adrienne@fgucc.org.

Create Wonder K-4th Grade

Celebrate Wonder is a Sunday school curriculum that engages children’s natural sense of curiosity to help them understand God’s love. It creates a safe environment for kids to ask big questions — helping them explore the Bible in ways that feed their imagination and encourage creativity. Through carefully selected Bible stories, songs, videos, and hands-on activities, Celebrate Wonder gives children the tools to explore their faith while incorporating it into their daily lives.

Bible Scholars 5th-7th Grade

This program acquaints the student with the Bible.  We will go over the history and biblical timeline of when events occurred in the Bible.  We will explore through maps where these events and stories occur. Youth will explore stories and biblical characters and youth will discuss how they understand these stories for themselves today.

Youth Ministries 8th-12 Grade

In this class, we address the big questions older kids have about Christianity, the Bible, and their world. In addition to deep dives into theology and Scripture, we discuss personal boundaries and safety, bullying, parents, sexuality, and any other topic the class requests. More than anything, we seek to provide a very safe place for teenagers to dig deep, explore their own spiritual journey and their walk with God, so they can seek and find the answers they are looking for as they grow and mature.