God’s Word clearly states the importance of Children’s Ministry (Psalm 127:3; Mark 10:14) and the important role parents play as the primary discipleship leaders (Psalm 78:5-6; Deuteronomy 6:5-9). It is an honor and a privilege for Mount Vernon Kids to come alongside in support and equip parents to disciple their kids. These resources are designed to provide you with information, tools, and resources to support your family’s discipleship journey.
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The opportunity to present your child for dedication to Christ and the church.
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A homeschool support group ministry of Mount Vernon Baptist Church.
Family-based meetings are the 2nd Thursday of each month (September-May) • E213
Fellowship Time 6pm & Meetings • 6:30pm-8:30pm
There is currently not an annual fee for membership. Childwatch is available at our monthly meetings for a nominal fee for Faithful Followers members only. For questions and/or a registration form contact Val Towns, Co-Director • email@example.com • 404-401-0398.
Past activities have included: mission projects, nursing home visits, museum visits, police officer presentations, robotics STEM classes, laser tag, park play dates and much more. Come join us!
A weekday preschool program & a ministry of Mount Vernon Baptist Church
As one of the ministries of Mount Vernon Baptist Church, Mount Vernon Preschool serves the community by providing the best in preschool education and by witnessing how Jesus Christ can change lives. Our main purpose is to provide Christian care and to nurture your child cognitively, physically, spiritually, socially and emotionally.
Start good Bible reading habits early, as children hear about God and His great love for them.
Storybook Bibles are a great way for children to be instantly engaged in the marvelous stories and miracles in the Bible. They will form foundational knowledge of the Bible as they ask to hear these stories again and again.
As kids grow and change, so will their Bible. In order to truly hide God’s word in their heart, encourage your growing child to begin reading a complete Bible in a translation that is comfortable for them. New International Readers Version is a great first complete Bible for beginning readers. As they read more independently, consider NIV, NKJV, or ESV. Look for a study Bible designed especially for kids to help begin to engage with God’s word on their own, in an age-appropriate way.