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Kids

Kidopolis


The children’s Ministry at FCC is generally referred to as Kidopolis.

Kidopolis serves to nurture children to have a heart focused on God.

Kidopolis is not only committed to the spiritual needs of children, but to their family’s spiritual needs as well.   The children’s ministry comes alongside families to help them build their home on a firm foundation of God.

Kidopolis is a kind of umbrella that shelters a lot of other ministries. Those ministries include the Sonshine Gang children’s choir, Upward Sports, American Heritage Girls, and Trail Life USA.

The ultimate goal through all of the efforts in Kidopolis is to make a difference in the next generation that going to last a lifetime.

 

Look below for more information about all of our ministries.

American Heritage Girls

American Heritage Girls (AHG) was founded by a group of parents wanting a faith-based, scout-type character development program for their daughters in 1995. The AHG Program is dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. AHG girls across the nation and the globe participate in badge programs, service projects, leadership opportunities, and outdoor experiences, all with an emphasis on Christian values and family involvement.


Trail Life USA

Trail Life USA is an environment where boys thrive! Adults are equipped to lead a program in a structured outdoor environment where boys are engaged in real-world challenge and experience camping, hiking, and fishing; they develop skills in in riflery, archery, and canoeing; and learn character and leadership in a practical hands-on manner that is naturally engaging.


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Upward Sports

FCC participates in the basketball and cheerleading divisions of Upward Sports. The season starts with evaluations, cheer clinic and drafts in October and November and will go through early March. Upward accommodates children all the way from kindergarten through eighth grade.