Our bus ministry is an outreach to those who otherwise might not be able to come to Church. Children and adults alike enjoy riding our buses on Sunday morning from the areas of Caro, Millington, Vassar, and Mayville, and from the country roads in between!
Childrens and Teens Ministries
Sunday school class for each age and grade at 10 am each Sunday. (Adult Classes? See Adult Ministries)
Beginners ages 3-5 Primaries grades 1-6 Teens - grades 7-12
Nursery services are available for children ages 0-2. This service is provided for every service including Sunday
School, Sunday morning and evening, Wednesday prayer meeting, and special meetings.
Junior Church With dedicated teachers and preachers, Junior Church is an exciting Sunday morning church
service at 11:00 a.m. for children ages 3 through the 6th grade.
Master Clubs is an exciting program for all children. Pee Wee Club is the age 3 through Kindergarten and Patch Club is for children grades 1 through 6. These clubs meet every Wednesday night at 6:45 pm. Each club includes games, prizes, Bibles Stories and more!
Teens in grades 7 through 12 meet each Wednesday night at 7:00 pm for a program that is geared just for them. Teen activities are planned throughout each year and these fun-filled times are used to not only draw closer to each
other, but closer to God as well.
Sunday School: College/Career (Single Adults in or out of college) Sojournors (Our Special Needs class) Foundation Builders Class (Young married to age 35) Christians Under Construction (Ages 35 to 55)
The Peacemakers Class (Ages 55 and older)
Quarterly activities, Ladies Book Studies, Lydia Ladies (single and widowed ladies), Bridal and Baby Showers are just
a few of the activities that many of our ladies enjoy. Check the home page for Upcoming Events.
Men with a Mission
This ministry allows men in our church to get involved in various projects either around the church or by helping others in our church who need a project done at their home.
You'll love spending time with our active group of retirees. Fall color tours and pot luck suppers are just a few of the highlights.
Working with the Saginaw Rescue Mission, our men are preaching God's Word and singing hymns with those who are "homeless" not only in an earthly sense, but often also in an spiritual sense.