MBC Clubhouse Kids
Every Sunday, the D-Street Children’s Program for babies to twelve years of age, meets in the Rock Building starting at 10:15 am in the Monkey Room during Small Group, and at 11:00 am in Rock Stadium for those going to Contemporary Service at 11:15 am.
Sunday at 10:00 to 11:00 AM – Small Group
-and- 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM – Large Group
Wednesday at 6:00 to 7:30 PM – temporarily suspended
We love children of all ages! From Pre-K with babies, toddlers, two year-olds to three & four year-olds, the Preschool wing offers welcoming spaces filled with talented leaders who create wonderful moments of learning, praying and sharing.
Pre-teens from Kindergarten to 5th grades enjoy the festive atmosphere of a uniquely decorated village guiding them to the Sweet Shoppe (K-1st), Fat Daddy’s Diner (2nd-3rd), Florist Shoppe (4th-5th Girls) and Planetarium (4th-5th Boys).
All roads lead to the Clubhouse where fun games, cool music, great times and big ideas come together. From snowball fights to wacky balloon characters, hula hoops and true stories, you never know what adventure awaits.
The Clubhouse Kids videos are taking a break until August 24; until then, enjoy a video from our archive!
We love Orange!
It is the best of Church (yellow) combined with Home (red) equaling Greater Impact (orange) in children of all ages! Find out more!
Due to heavy rain and storms predicted for Sat May 29th, the next NKC mission outreach will be Sat Jun 5th at 3:00 p.m. If you would like to join us, please contact MaryBeth Cobble at email@example.com.
NEIGHBOR KIDS CLUB - “FOOD FOR NEIGHBORS” On June 5th, the NKC Team went to another neighborhood in Prince William County, along with our MBC Family hosts, Bethanne & Christyanna. It was 92 degrees outside but that didn't stop us from going door-to-door, giving...
A note from the Upward Basketball League Director:
The church staff and I have been watching the COVID numbers and watching how schools are navigating this process. At this time, the church leadership, my Upward commissioners, and I do not feel that we could keep your children or families safe given the close physical interaction that playing basketball requires and the close space that our families are in to watch the games.
Therefore, we will not have a 2021 Upward basketball season.
My hope and prayers for you are to remain safe, secure, and continue to look to our Savior for his love and protection.
If you or your family have any needs, please feel free to reach out to me or any of our commissioners and we will see how we can assist you.