Jazz Playformance

Youth - Ages 8-11

Would you like to compose a song for the performance, "The Jump Jive Jukebox" at Lincoln College?
If you are interested, this is a free program for youth who can't afford classes.
Our once-a-week collaboration with Denise LaGrassa and Lincoln College Contemporary Jazz Studies student instructors
meets for 6 weeks in the First Presbyterian Church Community Education Building.
The Jump Jive Juke Box performance will be Thursday, April 30 and Friday May 1.
Youth must be available for both performances.


FREE

Thursdays, March 19 through April 23, 2020

4:15 - 5:15 p.m.

For more details, contact Denise La Grassa, dlagrassa@lincolncollege.edu or 1-800-569-0556.


Jump Jive Jukebox

Thursday, April 30 & Friday, May 1, 2020

Lincoln College.

The Center for Creativity & Community

After-school Youth Program for Grades 6 - 8

The purpose of our Center is to offer a sanctuary for youth to be themselves, explore their creativity,
and strengthen their connection within and with others. The program is a combination of free-time, organized activities, group discussion, guest presenters, and outings. Members of the Lincoln community who share our passion will be facilitating these offerings. 

Types of activities include:

Talking Circle

Poetry & Writing

Music

Painting

Clay Making

Photography

Cooking

Drama

Theater Games

Geography

Book Reading

Drumming Circle

Exercise

Contemplation

Nature Outings

Field Trips


Please click on the image to the left to view our young people in action.


Tuesdays, Wednesday, & Thursdays

September 3, 2019 through May, 2020

3 - 5:30 p.m.

Click here to download PDF registration form.

Children's Ministry

Children and youth are the lifeblood of any congregation and First Presbyterian is no different.  
We are committed to offering children and youth excellent opportunities to worship God, grow in faith,
and serve others in the name of Jesus Christ. 


At First Presbyterian Church children are not sent away to a distant youth room or Sunday School class, but instead participate in congregational life. Youth serve regularly as worship leaders. In this role they lead the congregation in prayer, read Scripture, and have even preached the sermon on special occasions. Here at First Presbyterian Church children are not seen as the future of the Church, they are seen as its present.


Weekly Services


Sunday

10:00AM - Worship Service


Wednesday

6:15PM - Kirk Night