Get your children involved in the Lincoln community with a variety of fun and educational youth groups just for them.
Classes will begin again in the fall.
Providence loves children!
From “Nursery” (ages 0-3), to Sunday School (JK – grade 3), to GEMS and Cadets, (ages 8-14), to Youth (grades 9-12), we have a place for your child to be welcomed, and enfolded.
For more on Providence Kids and Sunday School Ministries, go to Sundays @ Providence.
Wednesdays from 7-9 p.m. (September to April)
Faith Night is our midweek discipleship evening. Our Boys Club (Cadets), Girls Club (GEMS), and Youth all meet in their separate spaces, beginning with a shared time of singing, and a snack.
Check out this video to get a taste for Faith Night
FaithNight from Providence CRC on Vimeo.
GEMS (Girls Everywhere Meeting the Saviour)
Grades 3 to 8
GEMS, our Girls Club, gathers to learn more about Jesus and what it means to have a relationship with him. Our evenings include a study of the Bible and topics/issues relevant to girls this age, crafts, snacks, and a whole lot of fun and laughter. Some of our special events include special Mother/Daughter and Father/Daughter nights, a theme night, a pool party and a year end sleep over.
Providence Youth gather weekly for discussion around a relevant topic, led by an adult mentor.
The evening typically ends in games. On the second Wednesday of the month the Youth participate in a community service night.
Cadets (Boys Club)
Grades 3 to 8
Cadets is our Boys Club, and is similar to Scouts. Boys gather in small groups with other boys their age, guided by a caring mentor, or Counselor.
Together they learn in an interactive environment what it means to follow Jesus, and important biblical values like respect, compassion, trustworthiness, commitment, and gratefulness.
They also enjoy fun events like a Soapbox Derby, sports nights, Niagara IceDogs hockey, and an annual camping trip.
They do super cool things like building wooden briefcases and PVC marshmallow guns.
The fun doesn’t stop…they also learn incredible life skills like how to build a campfire without gas, how to race a Soapbox Derby Car without crashing, and how to fashion a KubKar without going to the ER.