Children Education at Banner Elk Presbyterian

Our Christian Education Ministry continues to grow. Please join us!

Adult Sunday School

Faith Seekers Class in 2nd floor classroom, 9:45 a.m.

Children Sunday Mornings

  • 9:30 a.m.- Children’s music class, ages 4-12
  • 10:00 a.m. – Classes for children ages 4-12, a time to learn Bible Stories and the basics of our faith in developmentally appropriate ways.
  • During 11:00 a.m. Worship – “A Time for Children.” Young children gather with worship leaders for a special message.
  • During 11:00 a.m. Worship – Nursery Care offered for children 4 and younger.

Please contact our children & youth Coordinator AC Marriott for current schedule, acmarriott@bannerelkpresbyterian.org.

6-Week Advent & Christmas 2021 Zoom Book Study

Sundays at 7 PM, November 28-January 2. “Meet” on Zoom for study and discussion with different folks serving as facilitators each week. The book, Advent in Plain Sight by Jill J. Duffield, draws readers’ attention to ten ordinary objects that appear in the Biblical narratives of messianic prophesy and incarnation. Through focusing on these objects, we can see the near kingdom of heaven on earth and ponder what that divine proximity enables and asks us to do and be. A few more books are available for you to pick up a copy.  Contact Janet Speer for the Zoom link or Donna Dicks for questions.

Church Camp Scholarships

The Christian Education Committee of Banner Elk Presbyterian Church is pleased to offer a $100 scholarship per child annually to members of BEPC so that they may attend a church camp. While we do have limited funds, we hope to honor each request so that many of our young people will enjoy a camp experience this year. Download the Camp Scholarship Request Form and return to our church office at least two weeks prior to the beginning of camp.

Church Retreat

Families

Annually

  • Church Family Retreat – A time to play, learn, and grow together as a Christian Community.

Occasionally

  • “Worship Readiness” – Workshops to help families practice worshiping together, experiencing the actions and flow of services & sacraments.