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Listed below are some of the ministries and programs that we offer for children of all ages. If you would like to learn more, please contact our church office.
Children’s Church
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Children 4 years old – 3rd grade are welcome to attend Children’s Church during the 8:30am contemporary worship service. Children are dismissed from the service before the pastor begins his sermon.
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Sunday School
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All children (and adults) are encouraged to attend a Sunday School class. Our dedicated teachers bring the Bible to life utilizing videos, crafts, games, and more! There are Sunday School classes available for all ages.
 
 
 
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Missions Friends
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Children, ages 3 through K5, learn about missionaries and cultures around the world. Children are taught the importance of missions through Biblical stories and how to show Christ’s love to others around the world. Mission Friends actively support North American and International Missionaries around the world through prayer and support of the Annie Armstrong and Lottie Moon offerings. Children also participate in local missions projects throughout the year with the RAs and GAs. Mission Friends participate in and are recognized at the End of Year Recognition Service in May.
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Girls in Action
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Girls in Action is a WMU program designed for all 1st-6th grade girls. Students learn how to put Christ’s love into action and spread the gospel in our church and community daily through activities, prayer, stories, games, and service. GAs are recognized for their participation and for completing specific mission-based projects at the End of Year Recognition Service. Each May, girls are presented with the service badges earned and recognized for their achievements throughout the year. Girls will develop closer relationships with Christ and each other through praying, sharing, and serving together.
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Royal Ambassadors
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Royal Ambassadors is a WMU program designed specifically for boys in 1st-6th grade. Boys learn through Bible studies, missionary studies, physical activities, games, and service how to be a missionary in their local community. RAs build relationships with Christ and others as they serve in the church and outside of the church. RAs support North American and International Missionaries through prayer, Annie Armstrong, Lottie Moon, and Christmas in August. RAs participate in several service activities throughout the year and are recognized at the End of Year Recognition Service with badges earned. RAs are encouraged to participate in the annual RA Racer Derby, and then invited to race again at the South Carolina RA DAY in Greenville, held in the Fall.
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Angel Praze
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Angel Praze is the HPBC children’s choir for the smallest singers.  All children through 1st grade are welcome to make a joyful noise unto the Lord on Sunday afternoons with Mrs. Sallie Driggers. Throughout the school year children are exposed to different musical instruments, beginning music theory, and much more each week.  Angel Praze holds a Winter performance, Spring performance, and has other opportunities to perform throughout the year. Contact the church office or Sallie Driggers with any questions.
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Kids Praze
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Kidz Praze tells Biblical stories like you’ve never seen or heard them before. Director Dana Wallace and her cast present a Winter and Spring musical production every year. A baseball field, space ship, beach, or diner are all possible locations for a musical description of heroes in the Bible, acts of love and kindness, or the story of Jesus’ birth.