Children’s Church

We welcome YOUR children to NMCC!2016-Childrens-Church-IMG_2492

Children 4 years old through 8th grade are welcome to attend Children’s Church following the Children’s Message each Sunday.
If you haven’t done so already, please complete a registration form, 2018-19 Registration,  for your child(ren) and email it to, snail mail it, or bring it to Homecoming Sunday on September 9, 2018.

Please see our CC Schedule 2018-2019 for the year at a glance.
The children of our church are seen as ALL of our children, and they are guided through our Children’s curriculum by a dedicated group of parent volunteers. We use Buzz curriculum which combines scripture, games, fun and thought provoking questions developmentally targeted for each of our classes.

Volunteering with children calling your name? Please contact the CE Board (Janice Wolf at, or Rene Chin at to give your time to helping teach Children’s Church.

Your support fills us with love and gratitude.

The Board of Christian Education:
Rene Chin, Karen Murphy, Missy Belcourt, Janice Wolf



Please consider joining our core of volunteer teachers.

We provide all needed curriculum and support to make your experience with our children fun, meaningful and successful!

Questions or Comments? Contact:

 Rene Chin, Chair of Christian Education

203 421 3241 (church)       203-421-3498 (home)   

Our Children’s Church Curriculum is Based on:

“What Matters for Children & Families”

A United Church of Christ Resource

 Exploring the Six Vital Themes of the United Church of Christ

 We Are People of God’s Extravagant Welcome

“Jesus didn’t turn people away, neither do we.”

We Belong to Christ

“Many beliefs; yet united in Christ.”

We Are a People of Covenant:

A United and Uniting Church

“We covenant with the Lord and one another and by ourselves in the

 presence of God to walk together in all ways.”

We Are One at Baptism and the Table

“No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey,

you are welcome at the table of the Lord.”

We Thank God by Working for a Just and Loving World

“To believe is to care. To care is to act.”

We Listen for a Still Speaking God

“Never place a period where God has placed a comma.”

2012 Easter Egg Hunt