Our second year of this exciting camp experience will be held August 8-12, 2022 at Knollwood. We hope that our kids will be inspired to create and to serve as a result of their week at camp. We love this definition for inspire: “to infuse (as life) by breathing.” May arts, worship and service be as life-giving as breath for us all. This year's theme is Who Is My Neighbor? You can learn more about our camp by clicking on this brochure and register by clicking here.
First through fifth graders use the Shine curriculum to gain greater experience in applying the teachings of the Bible to their own lives and the work of the church. These students begin Sunday school practicing hymns from the Hymns for a Lifetime program.
We provide infants through kindergartners with a nurturing, creative, and caring environment during the Sunday school time through activities with Bible stories, music, and crafts.
Wednesday nights during the school year are an important time to connect with others in our community midweek. Our children have music education, a meal, fellowship, missions, and learning opportunities for all ages.
These two Knollwood small groups are focused on encouraging mothers of preschool and elementary-age children through scripture and prayer, providing a space for them to renew their spirit through biblical study and fellowship. They are open spaces for those who wish to study the Bible and pray together while sharing their experiences of motherhood.
Contact Chrissy Hardy.
Sponsored by the Knollwood Children's Ministry, this reflective group of moms meets to study the Bible and share life.
Knollwood now sponsors the Cub Scout Pack 911, which meets Sunday late afternoons and other times. Pack 911 enjoys bimonthly den meetings, camping, monthly excursions and activities, Cub Scout Camp at Raven Knob, and summer day camp.
In Cub Scouts, the boys start with the best right-now selves and grow into their very best future selves.
Contact Beth Fields.