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Youth... the next generation

Mission

The spiritual development of a child starts at birth.  Advent has many ways to help parents in the spiritual development of their children.

 

Advent offers a preschool program starting at age 3.  Sunday School and Wednesday night activities.  Confirmation for Middle School aged children and a Youth Group for the High School Youth. There are also various special activities throughout the year such as VBS, Mission Trips, Confirmation Camps, Art Camps, and etc. for children to become involved in.

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Wednesday Nights

During the school year on Wednesday nights, Advent offers a variety of youth programming! Grades three through high school are invited to attend.

Sunday Morning

Sunday school for age through grade 5, begins at 9:30 and your children will join you as church begins.

Child Protection Policy

Protecting our Children and Youth is one of the most important aspects of our Children and Youth Ministries. Contact Megan, Director of Youth Ministries, if you have questions about this policy, or are interested in volunteering.

Download the Child Protection Policy

Download the Kansas Guide to Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect

Take the Quiz on the Guide to Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect

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Faith Stepping Stones

The Faith Stepping Stones program seeks to celebrate significant milestones in the faith journey of our children. Stepping Stones begin at baptism and end at high school graduation. Families attend classes together and will be lifted up in a special blessing during worship. We bless the child, gift the family and call parents to the promises of baptism. 

 

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#1 – Holy Baptism (Baptisms from previous year)

#2 - Entry into Sunday School (Age 3)

#3 - First Holy Communion – (usually 1st/2nd grade)

 

#4 - First Bible - (Spring of Third Grade)

 

#5 - Entering Confirmation - (Fall of 6th Grade)

 

#6 – Rite of Confirmation - (Fall of 9th Grade)

 

 

#7 – High School Graduation – (Spring of 12th Grade)

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