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Travel to Timeless Jubilee Junction

Come; explore the town that belongs to children! From the flowers in the infants’ “Sonshine Garden” to the “Service Station” for fifth and sixth graders, children find an array of classrooms just for them.

Jubilee Junction was lovingly completed in 2002. The 22,000 sq. ft. building contains two nurseries, seven large classrooms, a small kitchen, office space, and a conference room. As many as ten Emmanuel artists donated their time to create colorful murals to enhance the individual themes of the classrooms and hallways.

The name Jubilee Junction was chosen to represent two aspects of the Christian life; “Jubilee,” a festive celebration, a time for rejoicing and “Junction,” a point of intersection or decision making. Thus Jubilee Junction is a place where life-changing decisions are made and celebrated.

Our Goal:

The goal of EBC’s Children’s Ministry is to provide a safe and secure environment for sound Biblical teaching and training through the use of creative programs and dedicated volunteers

“…so the next generation would know…” Psalm 78:6a

Our Safety Statement:

In Jubilee Junction safety is very important. All workers eighteen and older have successfully passed a national background check, had references called and been known by the church for a minimum of six months. From plans for fire and earthquake evacuations to procedures for protection against strangers, we have each child’s safety as our top priority.

For more information, please contact Terry Ogdon at 424-1173 or terry@ebcmv.org.

Awana

The two-fold mission of Awana is to “reach boys and girls for Christ and to train them to serve him.” From mid September through mid April Awana meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30pm to 8:15pm. Children memorize scripture, listen to a gospel message, and play fast-paced games. Emmanuel offers three age-graded clubs:

Cubbies: age three by September 1, through pre-school
Sparks: Kindergarten through second grade
Truth and Training: third through sixth grade

Registration for AWANA begins in early August.

For more information, please contact Terry Ogdon at 424-1173 or terry@ebcmv.org.