Seaford Baptist has sponsored a Good News Club at the local elementary school for 6 years now. This is a Bible based after school club, a mission outreach, that shares the love of Christ with children of our community. The club includes Bible lessons, missionary stories, scripture memory, songs and other learning activities. The club usually meets one afternoon a week, 3:30 – 5 p.m. in the school library starting in October.
Volunteers (adults or teens) are always needed to work with the children. In addition the club could use donations of packaged snacks (a great Sunday School outreach opportunity), volunteers to do administrative support, and we always need prayers for the children and volunteers. Training for the club will be held on Sept 19th in Williamsburg. For more information contact Cathy Wells by email or at 874-6370.
A few facts about our children’s ministry and volunteers.
- Sunday morning requires 45-50 volunteer leaders to staff all
areas of ministry.
- Mid-week activities requires 6-9 adult volunteers.
What this says is that there is definitely a place for you to serve in children’s ministry.
90 minutes a month in Children’s Ministry equals one service time at Seaford Baptist and can make all the difference by….
- Allowing parents to worship, renew & draw closer to Christ
- Providing a safe environment away from parents
- Bringing blessings to your own life
- Showing God’s love to a child
Can you afford 90 minutes a month to make a difference? Contact Kimberly Millner by email or at 757-898-5384.
In the event of an inclement weather situation (e.g. hurricane, snow, ice, flooding, etc.) the Senior Pastor will determine whether or not Seaford Baptist Church will cancel Sunday morning services. Every effort will be made to ensure the decision to cancel services is made with adequate time to ensure all members have an opportunity to be informed.
In the case of Wednesday evening or other weekly activities, the Senior Pastor will determine whether or not Seaford Baptist Church will cancel Wednesday evening or other weekly activities. The decision of York County schools to dismiss early or cancel due to weather related events will be taken into consideration. Every effort will be made to ensure the decision to cancel services is made with adequate time to ensure all members have an opportunity to be informed.