C.L.I.C.K (Children Learning in God's Kingdom)
**formerly called Pioneer Club
Children ages 3 (by 9/1/2017) through 6th grade are invited to participate in this program that encourages them to live Christ-centered lives through activities, games, crafts, Bible stories and more. C.L.I.C.K. starts each September and runs through the school year until mid-April, but you may join at any time during the year.
We meet on Wednesday nights from 6pm to 7:30pm. There are optional dinners for the entire family at 5:30pm each Wednesday night, starting in October. C.L.I.C.K. will begin for the 2017-2018 school year on September 20th. Click on link below for a registration form.
Come check us out...and bring a friend!! It's never too late to join!
Creative Arts for Christ
Hopewell's Creative Arts program offers a variety of classes and experiences for children, including liturgical dance, photography, painting, sculpture and poetry, to inspire the spiritual creativity of children of all ages. The vision is to create a Christian creative arts atmosphere sharing God's message through drama, dance, and other creative elements.
Upward is an evangelistic sports ministry specifically designed for K through 8th grade boys and girls that promotes salvation, character, and self-esteem in every child. Upward provides opportunities for all believers, no matter what denomination, to become meaningfully involved in the ministries of the church.
Hopewell is partnering with East Brandywine Baptist Church to bring this exciting ministry to our children and community. Check Chester County Upward webpage for key dates.
Upward is committed to doing whatever it takes to recognize that "Every Child Is A Winner" by promoting
Salvation - to share the love of Jesus Christ with everyone involved in the Upward ministry
Character - to help every child grow as Jesus did - spiritually, physically, mentally, and socially
Self-esteem - to help every child grow in their understanding and enjoyment of sports
To learn more about this national organization, check out the Upward website for parents.