Ministries

Awana2Wednesday Nights @ 6:00pm

 Here’s what AWANA offers our children:

  •  Biblical teaching
  •  Basics for a relationship with God
  •  A foundation for a biblical worldview
  •  Ultra fun physical activity and competition
  •  Bible memorization
  •  Positive friendships
  •  Support for parents as they spiritually nurture their children
  •  In-club adult affirmation and encouragement
  •  Consistent and positive training on how to thrive in group settings
  •  Awards and recognitions for accomplishments

Here are the three parts of a club meeting that are specifically designed to maximize your child’s attention, energy, and time:

  1. Fun and exciting games.
  2. Small group time with a caring adult leader.
  3. An interactive large group segment where kids meet together to sing, hear a Bible lesson, and receive awards.

Wanna know more?  Give us a call!  620.431.4240

 

Camp Chippewa is a United Methodist Camp and Retreat Center whose mission is to provide an atmosphere in a simple outdoor setting where individuals can:
Experience the presence of God in nature;
Form a relationship with Jesus Christ and others;
Nurture one’s journey as a disciple of our Lord and Savior;
Experience spiritual and personal growth and renewal;
Serve non-profit groups for the betterment of God’s world.
A variety of Camp experiences are available to kids of all grades this summer. To view of copy of the 2012 Summer Camp Brochure or for more information, go to: www.campchippewa.org.

Our Church is proud to sponsor the following community organizations:

Cherry Street is a faith-based afterschool program that shares the love of God with over 120 elementary-aged children. They are provided with a safe, fun place to go after school and are offered a wide variety of learning experiences and opportunities. Classes include Bible, art, reading, music, gardening, character, and physical activities. Cherry Street is an Ecumenical Ministry formed to help develop children emotionally, spiritually, physically, and academically in the community

 

The FireEscape Coffeehouse Youth Ministry was started in 1998 to provide a safe and fun environment for high school and college age youth in Chanute and Southeast Kansas. They are staffed by volunteers and recently hired a Director of Programming and Outreach, Gaylen Lawrence. The FireEscape is supported by donations and fundraising. The FireEscape Coffeehouse is located at 126 W Main Street and boasts a full coffee bar and concert venue as well as a Christian radio station 93.1 KFEX. They have hosted over 150 musical and youth events.