June 5, 2021
The Book Carnival will be held on Saturday, June 5 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm. This year we'll...
Welcome to the kid's ministry! Whoever you are and wherever you’re from, we’re glad you’re here. Our goal is to help our children become true disciples of Jesus Christ by: building relationships with them, being examples for them and teaching them God’s Word.
To stay in the loop about what we’re teaching as well as upcoming events, follow along on Facebook and sign up for our weekly parent emails by calling the church office or emailing Susan Bishara, Director of Children's Ministries.
Even though we can't meet in person, we're still staying busy at home with lots of fun activities. See below for a list of weekly events. You can also stay up to date on our children's Facebook page and Bishop's Instagram, @goodestboybishop. If you're not getting Mrs. Susan's weekly emails, contact her to be added to the email list.
Each month we provide fun activities for you to do as a family. In each kit you’ll find conversation starters, service projects, an activity, and more!
Join us online in exciting virtual classrooms where kids can experience Kid's Academy online in a fun and interactive way. Keep up with Sunday school, memory verses, ukulele lessons, and more, with new content each week. See below for the Preschool and Elementary classrooms.
Take a tour of the preschool room here.
Take a tour of the elementary room ">here.
We have a summer full of fun and learning about God's love here at First UMC Arlington! Learn more and register at the link below for the variety of summer camps we're offering, designed to keep your child learning and engaged over the summer. We hope you'll join us!
Over a decade ago, FUMC of Arlington decided it was of utmost importance to protect children, youth and special needs individuals from potential harm and provide a loving environment for them.
Additionally, to help us fulfill this obligation, a resolution was passed at General Conference in 1996 requiring all conferences to adopt policies to safeguard children and youth. The General Board of Discipleship was given the charge to develop written resources for these policies, which became known as Safe Sanctuaries.
Our MinistrySafe policy, background checks and MinistrySafe training attempts to do just that for our ministries that deal with children, youth and vulnerable adults.
To volunteer with children's, youth and special needs ministries you must
Required forms to volunteer with the previously stated ministries
Every two years a MinistrySafe training link will be emailed to volunteers wishing to continue volunteering.
Please contact Betsy Spencer or our office at 817.274.2571 for more information or with any questions