CHILDREN'S MISSION GROUPS
Wednesdays at 7:00 P.M.
All Groups Meet in Fellowship Building
Even as young as two years old, a child can learn to help someone else. Activities may include making age-appropriate crafts to take to someone homebound due to illness or a story about a missionary.
GAs – Girls in Action
Girls, Grades 1 – 6
The GAs are actually made up of two groups, the younger GAs and the older GAs. Each group actively studies missions around the world, each month focusing on a different country and culture. The older GAs sometimes take part in a deeper study, giving them a chance for discussion and further learning. They are often involved in local mission activities, such as collecting toys for the Associational Toy Store or supporting the Angel Tree.
RAs – Royal Ambassadors
Boys, Grades 1 – 6
The RAs study missions at home and around the world, but they are also an active group. They may be collecting bags of food to go to the Association Food Closet or toys for the Association Toy Store. You may also find they learn how to build things, for the young lad building a birdhouse today for someone who is homebound may be the young man helping to build a handicap ramp or shelter for someone in the future.
Meets in the Fellowship Building.