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Faith Milestone Sundays

Faith milestones are significant moments and events that mark important steps in a child's spiritual growth and development. We believe that these milestones are opportunities for children to deepen their understanding of God's love, engage with the teachings of the Bible, and take meaningful steps in their faith journey. Faith Milestone Sundays are exclusively for grades  K - 3rd, and offered every first Sunday of month. Here are seven faith milestones we celebrate in our KidsNett Ministry: I Can Learn to Pray, I can Learn to Use My Bible, I Can Worship with My Family, I can Learn about Baptism, I Can Learn about Communion, I Can Learn to Serve, I can Share My Faith with Others.

Club 45

Club 45 is an exclusive ministry designed for 4th and 5th-grade students! This exciting ministry offers a unique opportunity for students to come together, build connections, and prepare for the transition to the NettTweens Ministry. With a combination of on and off-campus activities, Club 45 provides a platform for students to engage in fun and meaningful experiences that foster lasting friendships. At Club 45, they can share their interests, talents, and aspirations in a safe and supportive environment. Our dedicated team ensures that Club 45 is a place where every child feels heard, valued, and encouraged to explore their potential. Join us at Club 45, where friendships are forged, connections are made, and a sense of belonging is cultivated, all in preparation for an incredible journey in the NettTweens Ministry!

To learn more about NettTweens, click here.

safe sanctuary policy

The Nett Church believes that God calls us to make our churches safe places, protecting children, youth, and other vulnerable persons from abuse. God calls us to create faith communities where children and adults grow safe and strong. Safe Sanctuaries is our response to this church-wide challenge. All Nett Ministries adhere to the Two Adult Rule: Every group of children, youth, and vulnerable adults should be supervised by two non-related adults. All Nett Ministry Leaders serving in any ministry involving children, youth, and vulnerable adults are mandated to attend an annual Safe Sanctuaries training and consent to a background check. For more information on Safe Sanctuaries please visit https://www.ngumc.org/safesanctuaries.