EDUCATION MINISTRY

The main focus of this ministry is Christian Education.  It is the mission of this critically important session committee to provide opportunities for spiritual growth through bible study, church school programs, vacation bible school and youth and young adult ministries.  A primary objective of the committee is to sponsor workshops and other activities that enable the congregation to learn about the organizational structure of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and other related topics, which help improve the quality of our lives.

Church School

Confirmation

Children's Ministry

Vacation Bible School

Church School

Sunday Church School offers ongoing development of effective educational ministry in our church. Classes are offered to the entire church membership and the surrounding community from preschool to adult.  The church school is led by a group of Christian educators who help to shape the lives of our members. We know that with these church leaders, our young people will be one step closer to reaching their God-given potential.

Confirmation

Communicant’s Class is open to church youth at or near the age of 13 and is led by the pastor. The students learn the Presbyterian principles and doctrines and upon completion of the course, are confirmed as members of Radcliffe Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Children's Ministry

The wolf will live with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with the goat, the calf and the lion and the yearling together; and a little child will lead them. (Isaiah 11:6) NIV

Vacation Bible School

The Margaret L. Walker Vacation Bible School is an annual week-long summer program enjoyed by children and adults alike. Many exciting activities are planned by a core group of volunteers who answer the call to serve.  The congregation supports VBS with its financial contributions, participation in the programs and volunteering to work on the various committees. One day is reserved as a fun day.

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