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Boy Scouts


Clinton Boy Scout Troop #225 meets in the Church Fellowship Hall on Monday evenings.  This is a long standing tradition. 
We feel it is important for the youth of the community to have a place to meet and learn.


VBS & Jesus Camp

Check back for information about the 2021 Jesus Camp!


Jesus Camp 2021 is happening!   See the Summer Activities tab for more information.


The Christian Education Committee

Worship & Wonder

Worship & Wonder is a Montessori style way of learning about Bible stories that also teaches the basic tenets of a worship service in a fun, child-led format. We have songs, stories, hands-on creative worship, prayer, and feasting while encouraging responsibility and participation for children from ages 4 to 9.

Youth can participate after the Young Disciples moment during the Worship Service.  They will leave with the Worship & Wonder leaders to go to a class room for activities and fun!

 

 

Church Camp

Each year Youth attend Church Camp.  Because of the generosity of the Church Family, they attend at no cost.  Visit this link to learn more about the camp attend the Summer of 2021.  For more information about your youth getting involved call Pastor Tim at the Church Office.

http://www.mid-americadisciples.org/summer

 


Youth Groups

 


All youth 6th-12th meet on Sunday evenings, every other week (1st & 3rd Sunday), in the Fellowship Hall (dinner is provided).  

If you are a Youth that wants to join the fun they meet every other Sunday from 5-7pm (other than holidays and weather cancellations). If interested in attending or helping out contact Jeanna Thomas, 660-287-0007.

The Youth Group will resumes September 12, 5-7pm at the Church!

Youth Group Pics


   
   

Mary Margaret Mills Playground


     

The Mary Margaret Mills Playground was built at the Church in April, 2015 by a group of volunteers.  The playground equipment was paid for with the memorial fund from the passing of Mary.  It is dedicated in loveing memory of "our" daughter, mother, sister, aunt, and friend, Mary Margaret Mills - by her family.  It is open to the public, but we ask that you have lots of fun and laughs as well as leave clean.  The family asks you take pictures and post them to the "Mary Margaret Mills Playground" Facebook page to share the joy it brings. 

Stop by and let the kids play then have a picnic at the shelter house next to the playground.  The shelter house can be used first come, first serve unless it is reserved by a family.  If you would like to reserve the shelter house, please contact the church office for a Building Use Form.