Children’s Ministry

At Vineville, we seek to provide a fun and welcoming world where children will learn about God and their faith through Bible study, singing, activities and more!

Coming June 10-14! Start the Party VBS!

The ultimate party is coming to Vineville this summer! The energy will be high as kids learn about friendship, belonging, forgiveness, abundant life, and purpose. Our kids will leave each day knowing that Jesus is the life of the party, that everyone is invited to it, and that they can be a party starter for others. 

Click the picture below to register! Email rmccurry@vinevillemethodist.org if you would like to volunteer. 

Kindergarten through 5th graders can worship at His Kids Children’s Church during the 9:00am and 11:00am services on 3W. Children will be dismissed after the children’s message and can be picked up at the conclusion of the worship service. Children will only released from His Kids to a parent/guardian.

Preschoolers can be dropped off on the Preschool Hall during the worship hours. There they will be cared for by loving, paid staff workers where they will enjoy playtime and seasonal crafts and music.

Our Nursery is for infants and toddlers through age 2. Loving nursery staff workers and volunteers care for our tiniest blessings who are separated into two rooms, one for infants and one for crawlers and walkers.

Sunday School begins at 10:00am. Preschoolers ages 2K through 5K will enjoy their lesson on the Preschool Hall while 1st through 5th graders learn on 3W. We have a wonderful team of volunteers who teach our children each week. VUMC uses the Deep Blue Kids curriculum

Club 345 is group for our 3rd, 4th and 5th graders. Club 345 members participate in Bible study and quarterly events, such as trips, activities around Macon and service days.


Volunteer Opportunities

We would love to utilize your talents and heart for children to grow and foster faith in our little ones. If you have an interest contact Reese McCurry for more information.


Fully Safe Sanctuary Compliant

When the crowd tried to keep the children away from Jesus, he was quick to respond “Let the children come to me.” Jesus taught that children were to be included and provided for within the community of faith. Today, the church may be the only place where some children find the unconditional love and care they so desperately need to grow and thrive. As Christians, we must take our responsibilities to our children very seriously. This includes ensuring a safe environment.  Our practices and Safe Sanctuary poliicy has a threefold purpose. First, to protect the children that come to us; second, to protect our Church Staff and Volunteers from potential allegations of abuse; third, to limit the extent of legal liability of our church. Click here to read the entire policy in its entirety.