The children’s ministry at Pisgah ARP Church is designed to introduce the church’s youngest members to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and life applications from the Bible. Programs and classes are provided for newborns through fifth grade.
The church nurseries provide a happy, healthy and safe environment on Sunday mornings, Wednesday nights and during other special church events.
Two, three and four year olds have classrooms well equipped to handle the social, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of this busy age-group. Indoor and outdoor play space add to the quality of their time at church. Children not only learn about God, His House and His Book, but they also participate in many seasonal and service activities throughout the year.
Elementary children have endless opportunities to learn and serve at church. Their minds and hands are busy in Sunday School, Mid-Week, class events and seasonal musicals. The church children visit the homebound of the church and community, collect items for the Crisis Assistance Ministry and pack shoe-box gifts for Operation Christmas Child. The highlight of the summer program is Vacation Bible School.
Middle and High School students have a variety of opportunities for worship and fellowship through the youth ministry of Pisgah ARP Church. The primary goal is to introduce each student to the gospel of Jesus Christ and to equip them to grow in their faith.
A time of study and instruction in God’s Word and its application to life.
An informal group time with prayer, Bible study, and fellowship. Special events and service projects are also included.
Retreats and Conferences
Spring and fall retreats to Bonclarken, our denominational conference center, as well as week-long summer conferences are held each year.
Middle and High School Youth are afforded the opportunity to serve in short-term missions work.
The Pisgah ARP Middle School Youth is made up of students in grades 6 – 8. The Middle School Youth meet every Wednesday night in the FLOC. The youth participate in events such as visiting shut-ins, participating in Youth Sunday, 180 Weekend, retreats and Quest camp at Bonclarken, and more.
We are studying “What We Believe”. The material covers the systematic structure of Reformed doctrine. It helps the youth have a better concept of the basics behind our denominational beliefs. The youth also enjoy other fun activities such as visiting “Sunshine Friends”, events such as 180 Weekend, and others.