Children and Youth are an important part of our faith community.

Maidencreek Church offers a variety of settings for our Youth: 
Sunday School, Three Youth Groups, First Communion Class, Church Camps, Confirmation Class and Special Programs throughout the year. Our older youth also participate 
in wider church activities. This year we have 9 youth attending the Eastern Regional Event. Last year two of our youth served as 
voting youth delegat
es at the National UCC General Synod. 

A children's message, for younger chil
dren, is a part of our worship and youth of all ages regularly 
participate in the worship service.

Sunday School is held at 10:15 AM.  T
hese weekly sessions expand on the Bibl
ical text, which was t
he focus of worship. This is achieved though discussion, crafts and other activities. Youth are always encouraged to ask questions. Current Classes: Nursery, PreK & K, 1st & 2nd grade, 3rd-5th grade, 6th -8th grade classes, Senior High and Adult.  Sunday School Registration Form 

Summer Sunday School, held during the worship service, begins May 27. Children grades 1-5 leave for Sunday School following the Children's Message. 



This year's Summer Youth Programs include Creative Faith Church Camp, Rolling River Rampage Church Camp, Kids Yoga, a retreat for older youth. This year we will offer God & Me, God and Family, and God and Church scouting awards. You can download our Summer Youth Flier and Registration Form 







  















Y
outh Ministries provide a place where youth can gather with their own age group and explore their faith. Youth participate in study, mission projects, and fellowship activities.  


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unior Youth Group  3rd–5th  grades  
    Middle School Youth Group 6th-8th grades 
    Senior High Youth Group 9th -12th grades























































C
hildren are encouraged to explore praising God through music,chimes and dance. 
See more about our Children's Choirs on our Music Ministries page


Maidencreek Church has a safe church policy: 
All leaders have background checks and there are always two adults at any youth activity.