Schertz UMC Kids

"We serve to share the Good News to all God's children through love, example and action."

We have an excellent staff who share the love of Jesus with your children. All children ages newborn to 4 yrs are welcome!  The nursery is open for church services, Sunday school, and most church events and meetings.

Every summer at Schertz United Methodist Church we host Vacation Bible School, a weeklong program using Bible stories, songs, arts and crafts, skits, and other activities geared toward sharing the Word with the children of our community.
Children are never too young to participate in worship and are welcome, with open arms, at Schertz United Methodist Church!
The children who attend SUMC are a valuable part of our church family. Our children's worship leaders aim to ensure that they grow up with a knowledge and understanding of Christ. They serve to share the Good News to all God's children through love, example and action. As these little people grow older we hope to support them as they make their own decisions about what Christianity means to them.
We also arrange occasional all-age services; giving the adults a chance to appreciate our young people as they lead our prayers, provide our Bible readings, and occasionally help with serving communion.
Every year, all 3rd graders are invited to participate in a special ceremony where they will be presented with a Bible from the church. It is our pleasure to share the blessings and wonders of God’s Word with our children.
Confirmation is a class in the United Methodist Church for youth to confirm their faith and become a full member of the United Methodist Church. This class is an opportunity to learn the basic teachings of the Christian Church and explore what it means to follow Jesus Christ. We will explore who God is, who we are, what God has done for us, and what he calls us to do with our lives.
At SUMC we believe children are a part of the intergenerational worship experience. Adults and children worship alongside one another. All children are encouraged to be involved in our services. They may serve as liturgist, ushers, greeters, acolytes, choir members, drama participants, and much more!