- Bible Study
- 9:30 AM – 10:45 AM
- Enjoy Worship in the Sanctuary with Family
- 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
- Wednesday Night Supper with Family
- 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
- Team Kid
- 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Bible Study/Sunday School
Our children’s division has two classes for children in grades one through five: one for children in grades one through three, and one for fourth and fifth graders. The classes currently meet at 9:30 AM in the Children’s Wing. We use age appropriate literature from Lifeway for our curriculum.
In the children’s division we strive to accomplish three basic purposes: first, to lay foundations for a child to accept Jesus Christ as Savior at that time in their life when God’s Spirit leads them to do so; second, to guide children in developing Christlikeness; and third, to prepare children for a life of service.
TeamKID is a fun, high-energy ministry that encourages kids to know Jesus Christ and grow in a relationship with Him. It meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:30 PM. Every part of TeamKID—Bible stories, Bible verses, life application, music, missions, and recreation—all connect to teach life lessons to kids. TeamKID is designed so children learn biblical principles and develop skills that will help them grow closer to God.
Monument Heights Day School
The Monument Heights Day School is a private preschool located at Monument Heights Baptist Church. The Day School offers programs for potty trained two and three year olds, four year olds or pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and school age children ages six to twelve who come in after school.
To find out more information, please visit our website at www.mhdayschool.com.
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School is held every summer for one week in the month of June. During this week, children enjoy hearing Bible stories, making crafts, listening to motivating music, doing missions, and playing games. VBS is held for children ages four to twelfth grade.
Love In Action Day
On Love in Action Day, children show the love of God in a practical way in the community. In the past, children have helped out at police and fire stations, visited the elderly, and helped in community clean up projects.