Pathway - Elementary
Christ Our Shepherd offers the Whirl Sunday School program for kids PreK to 5th grade. Through scripture, discussion, and activities, kids explore a new Bible story each week. Parent pages are sent home to encourage further exploration as a family.
Christ Our Shepherd offers opportunities for children to sing and play instruments. Programs are on Wednesday afternoons. Join us for a community meal afterwards.
sKIDdles is a fun way for children to engage with music and movement. Children sing several times in worship throughout the year.
Children learn music basics through handbells, chimes, and singing. Participants perform during worship services several times throughout the year. M&Ms also perform a musical each semester, which offers opportunities to learn drama skills and gain self-confidence while reinforcing Bible stories.
Lutheroad Day Camp is a favorite summer experience that happens right at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church.
Dates for 2022:
Monday to Thursday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Counselors from Lutheridge in North Carolina bring camp on the road to Christ Our Shepherd. Kids going into 1st through 6th grade can participate in worship, Bible lessons, games, crafts, and fun. Camp is an awesome week to grow closer to God and friends at church. We usually spend one day at Palmetto Road, go on one local field trip, and older campers (4th-6th) are invited to an overnight at church on Thursday.
Lutheranch is part of the NovusWay outdoor ministry camps serving the Southeast. Lutheranch is in Tallapoosa, only 1.5 hours away from Peachtree City. They offer a week long camp for elementary age children each summer. Christ Our Shepherd encourages kids to attend camp and even offers some financial support. To learn more, visit Lutheranch.
vacation bible school
Dates for 2022:
Christ Our Shepherd has a long history of offering a quality vacation Bible school to the surrounding community. Vacation Bible school is available for children entering PreK (4-year-old class) through 6th grade.