The church is called to nurture people by offering educational opportunities. We know that Christians assume great responsibility in the world, and we desire that they live out their Christian witness while bearing those responsibilities. We seek to assist them with self-discovery and awareness of the complexities of the world, with self-discipline and discipleship, with developing commitment to moral and ethical values, with making informed choices about education and occupations, and with making wise commitments in personal decisions and relationships.

  • Sunday Morning Faith Formation
  • Wednesday Kirk Night Groups
  • Sunday Nights
  • Special Events
Meets Sunday mornings, 9:30-10:15 a.m.

Preschool

HeartShaper with Ms. Trudi
Room 205

Adults

Delving Deeper with Pastors Steve Keeler and Jack Miller
Room 208
Wednesday evening schedule: 5:30 p.m. Dinner; 5:55 p.m. Prayer; 6:15-7:00 p.m. Choirs and Small Groups

Age 4-Kindergarten

Angel Choir
Room 304

Grades 1-2

Cherub Choir
Room 202

Grades 3-5

Covenant Choir
Rehearsal Room

Grades 6-8

The Anti-Class with Aaron and Karen Miller
Room 201

Grades 9-12 (Guys)

Small Group with Jack Miller
Room 204

Grades 9-12 (Ladies)

Small Group with Rebecca Polk and Debra Daughtery
East Room

Adults

Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White
with Roy and Katie Nicka
Fellowship Hall

Adults

Connecting with Jesus with Clara Partridge
Room 208
Meets Sunday evenings, 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Grades 3-5
MADD (Music, Art, Drama, and Dance) Bible Study
Fellowship Hall
Grades 6-8
Junior High Youth Group
Room 201
Grades 9-12
Senior High Youth Group
Room 204
Easter Egg Hunt
Families are invited to come to the church for a classic Easter Egg Hunt. In addition to finding eggs, children enjoy games, activities, and a visit from a very special guest. Children hear the story of Jesus’ resurrection on the first Easter morning.

April 8, 10:00 a.m.
Fellowship Hall

 
Vacation Bible School
Children from SIPC and the community gather for a fun-filled week of Bible stories, Christian music, crafts, and recreation. Counselors from Camp Bethelwoods come from York, SC and show us how lively our faith can be! This year, we will explore Fearless Faith: Courage in Community. Using the examples of biblical heroes like Joseph, Esther, and Peter, along with listening to the teachings of Jesus, we will explore our spiritual development. In our society that is ever-focused on instant gratification, self-centered success, and divisive language, our VBS program will strive to impart a positive, Christ-centered message that empowers campers to build a community that will develop disciples who can overcome adversity by working together as the children of God.

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June 12-16, 2017