Our CM Midweek programming is on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:30. It is a dynamic evening consisting of Bible lessons, worship, craft, and gym time. We host children in Nursery through the fifth grade engaging them in the Word of God and offering a space for relationship building and fun.
For more information contact [email protected]
After School Place
The After School Place is a comprehensive, safe, and affordable program for families. Daily, our students receive homework assistance, snack, Bible lessons, tutoring, and academic enrichment activities.
We provide transportation from local schools in our community including Pittsburgh Allegheny, Pittsburgh King, Pittsburgh Morrow, Propel North Side and Manchester Academic Charter.
ASP is available to any child in kindergarten through fifth grade.
The program runs from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. on days that the Pittsburgh Public schools are in session.
The goal of the After School Place is to provide a safe, caring environment for children to excel academically and spiritually while learning about Jesus’ love.
For more information, please email [email protected]
Summer Day Camp
Summer Day Camp is for any child entering grades 1 - 5. Summer Day Camp exists to provide a safe environment for children to progress academically, play creatively, and be enthusiastic about a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Every day of our six week day camp is action-packed and consists of field trips, recreation, crafts, Bible lessons, singing, swimming, academic enhancement, breakfast, lunch, a snack and more!
Our camp is staffed with trained men and women - many of whom are in high school or college, who love the Lord and love kids!
To register for camp, email Children's Ministry at [email protected]
2022 Camp Information:
Dates to remember:
2022 Camp – Monday, June 20th - Friday, July 29th
Day Camp: 7:30am - 3:00pm - Cost: $175
Want to join the Summer Camp Staff?
We'd love for you to join the team:
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