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The Children’s Ministry at Colonial exists to partner with parents as they teach their children how to know God, think biblically, and live wisely. In addition to our Sunday School and Nursery programs, we offer a wide variety of Bible-based programs during the week. We also have several special events for children that take place throughout the year—from camps, to concerts, to carnivals!  

 
In all of these activities, communicating God’s love to children is our top priority. We welcome the opportunity to help you establish a solid, biblical foundation in the lives of your kids! We have programs for children on Sunday mornings during services (currently not meeting due to COVID-19). Our Awana club meets seasonally on Sunday nights. For other programs and events, be sure to check out our WEBSITE.


Additional Children's Resources:
Weekday Preschool
Colonial’s weekday-morning preschool ministry offers 2-day, 3-day, 4-day and 5-day programs for children starting at age 2. Our classes meet from 9am to noon and generally follow the traditional school calendar. Our staff are dedicated professionals who love God and love children.

Our mission at is to provide a Christian environment where children can safely develop their relationship to God and others. To achieve this objective, we use Lifeway’s “Wee Learn” Curriculum—an age appropriate, hands on curriculum designed to lay a foundation for understanding God, Jesus, the Bible, the church, self, others, and the world. For more information, CLICK HERE.


Colonial Homeschoolers
Colonial Homeschoolers is a support group for Christian homeschoolers.  We offer a wide range of activities. Activities vary widely – everything from small groups and clubs to science co-ops, field trips and group testing. Members also have the ability to plan new events and opportunities. Some of what we offer 
includes field trips,  classes, socials, networking with other homeschoolers, weekly email updates, National Honor Society, Homeschool Graduation, annual Group Testing and much more. Visit our WEBSITE or contact  Jonell Williams.

Trail Life
Trail Life USA is a Christian adventure, character, and leadership program for young men. The K-12 program centers on outdoor experiences that build a young man’s skills and allow him to grow on a personal level and as a role model and leader for his peers. Living the Trail Life is a journey established on timeless values derived from the Bible. Learn more about Trail Life at our WEBSITE.

 

Shepherds Girls: Worth Far Above Rubies
Shepherd's Girls, a scout-like ministry of Colonial Baptist Church in Cary, NC, focuses on servant leadership, faith development and discipleship, outdoor skills, and life skills. We serve girls ages 5-18 and are dedicated to the mission of "Growing Godly character in women of virtue who impact the world through discipleship, service, and servant leadership." Flock NC1210 meets on Monday evenings, September through May, with monthly special events. Middle and high schoolers have occasional summer meetings.  

Our Troop complements our ministry for boys, Trail Life Troop NC-613

Please visit the Troop’s website if you would like troop specific information or are interested in joining. 


Special Needs
We offer an adaptive Sunday school classroom called "Chameleons" for children with special needs. The class meets on Sunday mornings (currently not meeting due to COVID-19).  In addition to these Sunday classes, we offer a special needs sports ministry for children ranging from 4 to 13 years old. For more information about our special needs resources, CLICK HERE. To discuss the needs of your child or arrange a tour, contact Alan Townsend.

Pastors

Meet our Children's Pastor 


Joseph Scarfone / Pastor, Children's Ministry

Staff

Operations Manager Tim Parpan
Elementary Coordinator Kelly Keen
Early Childhood Coordinator  Holly Brewster
Weekday Preschool Manager Kerry Courneen

 

More information at
colonialkids.org

 

 

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