5th and 6th Graders
5th and 6th Grade Fellowship
On most Sunday nights throughout the year, 5th and 6th graders meet together for a time of food, fellowship and fun with each other.
Sunday school for 5th and 6th graders is offered in Room 204 Each Sunday at 9:30 and 11am. We are in need of adult helpers for this class, so if you can serve in this way, contact Danielle Carpenter.
Children in grades three through six serve in traditional worship services by bringing light into the services, assisting with offering plates, helping the pastors, and extinguishing the candles at the end of the service.
Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts
Keller UMC partners with and hosts Cub Scout Pack 1910 and Boy Scout Troop 1910. Visit their websites to view the calendars and find out more information about camp outs, projects and other events the Scouts offer.
Summer Theater Workshop
A three-week drama camp that gives children and youth the opportunity for Bible study, acting, singing, publicity and set preparation. The camp concludes with performances open to the community.
Trunk or Treat
This night of family fun includes costume fun, trick or treating (out of car trunks), games, food and more!
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
June 24-27, 9am-noon
$20 per child
A fun-filled week in the summer for kids age kindergarten through sixth grade. Through fun and adventure, children discover and experience the joy in knowing God and His immeasurable love for them.
Created By God
A Study of Human Sexuality with a Christian Foundation
Created by God for 5th-7th grade students introduces the cycle of human growth and development. Class time will help students begin to understand the way God created us as boys and girls and how our sexuality is a big part of the way we are made. Participation in this study will provide basic biological and developmental information, build self-esteem in the students, strengthen communication skills among older elementary girls and boys and between them and their parents, and introduce participants to the fact that their sexuality is an integral part of being human. Students will learn and practice using proper terminology. This course also provides a safe environment for students to participate in open discussions about physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual changes that children face as they reach adolescence and puberty.
If you are a parent and would like to help with any of these events, contact Danielle Carpenter.