AWANA is our Children's Bible Study program for children up to the 5th grade.
AWANA is our Children's Bible Study program that is open to all children through the 5th grade. For assistance, please contact Mrs. Kim Washington at email@example.com.View ministry page
The commitment of a Boy Scout is shown through service in the community, devotion to the church and involvement in leadership.
The purpose of the Boy Scout Program is to build the character of young males so that they become useful, contributing citizens and strong leaders of Christian deportment. There are two Boy Scout Troops at Wheeler Avenue: Boy Scout Troop 242 and Cub Scout Pack 242. For more information, contact Deacon Maurice Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org.View ministry page
This Christian-based program seeks to guide young, African-American males into manhood.
Boys Rites of Passage is a Christian-based program that helps bring young, African-American males to manhood and teaches them to be leaders in their families and community. The program seeks to assist boys in acquiring the ability to demonstrate the three principles of the program—Discipline, Reverence, and Respect—and to understand the Seven Levels of Manhood: Heritage, Etiquette, Family, Faith, Basic Skills, Survival, and Resource Control. Boys Rites of Passage meets on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month at 8:30 am.As technology has advanced, and with new challenges brought on by: natural disasters, pandemics and social instability living present in our modern times, planning and programming is underway to enhance the program and make some of its classroom and community activities available via the internet. The goal is to make the program accessible to boys between the ages of 11 to 17 wherever they may be!As we plan for the return to a pattern, the start date is pending due COVID-19 concerns and issues.
The Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church Cherub Choir is our children's choir. Elementary School children are invited to attend rehearsal on the first, second and third Tuesday of each month. The Cherub Choir sings on the third Sunday of each month.
Children's Church is available for ages 2 through 5th grade every Sunday during the 11:30 am worship service.
The Children’s Church program offers children (ages 2 through 5th grade) an opportunity to worship in an environment designed specifically for them. Children's Church is offered each Sunday during the 11:30 am worship service.View ministry page
The Girl Scout program builds girls of courage, confidence, and character - who make the world a better place!
The Girl Scout program at Wheeler Avenue engages girls from kindergarten through high school in an extraordinary journey to make the world a better place as they develop courage, confidence and character. To join a troop or to volunteer as a troop leader, please contact Karen Reese at email@example.com.
Grace Praise Dancers worship the Lord and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through dance.
Grace Praise Dancers are led by Mrs. DeVaughn Eghomwanre. For more information, contact the ministry at WABC.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mercy Mime worships God through the theatrics of the art of miming.
Children and youth who worship the Lord through dance.
Ministry In Motion is our children and youth dance ministry. It is our sole purpose to minister through dance. For more information, please contact Candace Foley at email@example.com.
WABC’s Nursery is a safe environment that allows parents to worship freely and engage in ministry events with the knowledge that their babies are in good hands.
The goal of the WABC Nursery is to provide excellent care in a safe, well-staffed loving environment. This allows parents to freely worship and participate in other discipleship experiences with complete confidence in the care their children are receiving. Our nursery is staffed by experienced workers who have cleared background checks and are certified annually in our church, Child Protection Program, and by American Red Cross in CPR and First Aid. For more information, contact Karen Pennywell at firstname.lastname@example.org.View ministry page
The Puppet Ministry is devoted to proclaiming the Gospel and teaching of the Word of God through the passionate and purposeful theatrical media of puppeteering.
Youth puppeteers serve to support the AWANA, Children's Church, and Sunday School Ministries by capturing the imagination of children and delivering God's truths in creative and memorable ways.
The WABC Transformation program is dedicated to supporting the girls of our church as they navigate life's changes.
The purpose of the Transformation Program is to lead young, adolescent females in development of respect for God, respect for elders of the church and community, commitment to wholesome and healthy personal development, and to guide them in developing esteem for family life. As such, the program seeks to teach: key Christian values, African American history, etiquette, career awareness, health, budgeting, and public speaking as they transition from adolescence to adulthood. Transformation meets on the first and third Saturdays of each month at 8:45 am.View ministry page