We love our kids!

The children's ministry at Siler Presbyterian Church aims to introduce all children to Jesus, lead them to a point where they choose to follow Him, and grow to live a life pleasing to Him.

From nursery age through elementary school we strive to show our love and teach God’s word in a relevant and understandable way. All ages progress chronologically through the Bible in 3-4 years. Each age group is taught the same lesson and the same main point to assist in life transformation in an age appropriate way. Sunday School classes focus on activities and discussion around the lesson and point; Kids Street and Little Kids street focus on presenting the lesson in an exciting and dynamic way assisted by puppets, songs and games.

Because of Siler's size, Sunday School teachers and children's leaders know the children personally. Leaders strive to develop friendships with the children, as well as minister to their spiritual needs. Each child is known by name and treated as a gift from the Creator.

July 21-25     6-8:30pm

Make VBS the mane event! This epic African adventure engages the whole herd. At Roar, kids explore God’s goodness and celebrate a ferocious faith that powers them through this wild life.

July 21-25 (Sunday-Thursday) from 6-8:30pm. Open to 4 year olds-6th graders. Register here to attend or volunteer.

During the Sermon

Kids Street

2nd Grade & Younger

During 8:30 & 11:00 Worship Services; taught by Mrs. Crystal Henderson.


Infants - 3 year olds

During both services in the Nursery and Toddler rooms (by Sanctuary); taught by Kathy Chadwick & Sheri Williams; assisted occasionally by volunteers

Sunday School

All Sunday School Classes - (9:45-10:45 AM) - small groups that reinforce the main point and lesson in fun ways
Babies thru 3-year-olds  - Huneycutt Hall Nursery and Toddler rooms (by Sanctuary); Kathy & Sheri

PreK -5th Grades typically combined in the downstairs Dodd building, hand quilt room.

Occasionally 1st - 5th Graders will learn about a mission trip or hear a testimony from someone in the church.