Christian Education Department
Director of Christian Education, Paisley Burgess
Assistance Director, Ruthie Brito
Welcome TBC YOUTH WARRIORS!!
In these trying times we are all adjusting to the New Norms. The Youth Leadership wanted to make sure you stay connected and uplifted during this time. So, we have put together a number of ways for you to do just that!! Please access the lessons, daily word, activities, and virtual lessons; Definitely check out the Spirit Week activities and get ready to show your SPIRIT-the week of April 27th!! We love you, we miss you…We pray your continued strength and God’s protection for you and your family and our community!
LINKS & RESOURCES:
Group Publishing Free Resources: This is a link to the site of the company that provides HYPE’s current curriculum. They have compiled several resources that include coloring & activity pages, videos that provide encouragement during this time of uncertainty, and devotions. There are resources for all ages
YM360 Free Month of Student Devotions: Users have to create an account using an email address to receive the free resource. Resources are for grade 7-12
YM360 Collection of free bible study lessons: Users have to create an account using an email address to receive the free resource Resources are for grade 7-12
“We Are Not Alone In The Journey” from our Books of the Bible Curriculum for this year. The theme seemed fitting for what is going on right now. Grades 7-12.
Marian Daniels, Superintendent,
Terrane Polnitz, Assist. Superintendent,
Ava Reid, Assist. Superintendent.
It is our vision and passion that every member of Tabernacle Baptist Church family, friends and visitors will become committed to studying God’s Word so that they will become steadfast, unmovable and obedient Christian Disciples of our Lord and Savior Jesus The Christ. Because we understand that our strength lies in the study of His Word, we pride ourselves in providing leader development and training to our teachers and instructors. We understand to succeed at student learning we must fully create, develop, promote and sustain a dynamic, digital age learning culture where teachers have access to new and innovative technologies and professional development.
- Cross Training (Church School) and New Members Classes (children, youth & adult) 9:45 a.m
- Pre-Baptism classes (3rd, 4th & 5th Sunday’s in the sanctuary after 1st service)
- TBC PRAYER LINE MINISTRY 7:30 AM – 7:45 AM
- DIAL (515) 603-3107 ~ ~ ACCESS CODE: 655824
- Please place your phone on MUTE and ignore the prompt of announcing yourself when entering the call.
- Tuesday Morning Bible Study 11:00 am
- Wednesday Mid-Week Pre-Bible Study Service 6:30 pm
- Pioneers (K-6th) 6:45 pm
- The HYPE Zone – Youth in the Word (7th – 12th) 7:00 pm
- Adult Bible Study Classes 7:00 pm
- Men’s Bible Study 10:00 am
Contemporary Baptist Studies and Leader Development—Trustee Todd Whitmore and Rev Helen Thomas, Ministry Leaders
Formerly known as the Baptist Training Union, this ministry’s focus is on discipleship training. Contemporary Baptist Studies (CBS) is a church-sponsored Christian educational program that is designed to increase Christian faith and Biblical understanding of the Scriptures through a variety of methods. The purpose of the study of Scriptures, the faith document, as well as anything that pertains to our Baptist faith is to empower church members to be confident in what they believe and be competent to share it with others. The goals of the CBS include: helping new Christians find their place in the church, promoting spiritual development, developing talents and skills, improving Christian social life, educating persons in the Baptist heritage/doctrine, and cultivating the Baptist spirit.
Pioneer Children’s Ministry—Deaconess Delores Preston, Ministry Leader
Children’s Ministry is structured through the Pioneer Clubs, a Christian Education program designed to help children put Christ in every phase of life, to form healthy relationships, and develop positive feelings about themselves. The Pioneer Clubs meet on Wednesday evening from 7:00-8:00 pm. The children are divided into four age groups, led by coordinators and trained leaders: Scooters (Kindergarten), Voyagers (Grades 1 and 2), Pathfinders (Grades 3 and 4), and Trailblazers (Grades 5 and 6).
Compassion Ministry – Bonita Winfield
Compassion Ministry provides comfort and support for grieving families. The ministry recognizes the suffering of others, then takes action to help
The goal of the Library Ministry is to maintain a church library, which will serve as a resource center for the entire Christian Education program of the church. Included in the library are DVDs, CDs, books, periodicals, videocassettes, filmstrips, and film-clips, many of which the church membership can borrow for private use after completing a “Borrower’s Application Card.” The borrowing period is one week, and an individual can only borrow one item at a time. The Library is in the process of converting the card catalog to an electronic catalog. In addition to the regular operating hours on Sunday, the Library is open various hours Monday-Thursday and Sunday. The library sponsors a children’s reading hour, as well as an adult book club that meets in the Library on the second Monday from 7:00-8:00 pm.
Married Couples Ministry—Deacon Rudy & Deaconess Danielle Thomas and Trustee Christopher & Angie Taylor, Ministry Leaders
The purpose of the Married Couples Ministry is to provide married couples guidance through the Word of God through the Word of God. The ministry offers monthly Bible Study sessions geared towards strengthening and maintaining the marriage relationship. The ministry also provides married couples with fellowship opportunity, as well as other resources, such as literature, seminars, conferences.
Vacation Bible School—Deacon Ed Reuben & Deaconess Kimberly Reuben, Ministry Leaders
Vacation Bible School is a weekday program of Bible Study and related activities for all ages, including adults, held one week (Monday-Friday) during the month of July. The curriculum is determined each year, based on what is being offered by the various publishing houses. The daily schedule is from 8:00 am-12:30 pm and includes instruction, crafts, Bible Bowl, and music. Refreshments are also served to each student, and a Friday evening closing program takes place.