Kids & Students


KidStep

Our mission is “Joining Children on their Spiritual Journey.” The purpose of KidStep is to intentionally focus on ways that we can help children from birth through fifth grade take next steps of faith. 

Sundays | 9 & 10:30 AM
KidStep meets on Sunday mornings at 9 and 10:30 AM. Class sizes are limited. If a class is full and you want to be added to our waitlist or if you can no longer attend, please email KidStep.

There will be no KidStep on Sunday, December 26 and January 2.

Wellness Policy: Now, more than ever, we will be adhering strictly to our wellness policy. Should your child have any of these symptoms 24 hours before Sunday morning, email KidStep to let us know you will not be coming to church. If anyone in your household contracts COVID-19, please notify KidStep immediately. When we are made aware of such a situation, we will keep the family details in confidence and we will notify all families who had potential exposure. The KidStep tower will be closed until CDC cleaning and disinfecting guidelines have been fulfilled.

We are excited to join your children on their spiritual journey at KidStep!

 

CORE Student Ministries

CORE is a place for high school and middle school students to connect with one another, with older mentors, and with Jesus. Our desire is to help students become disciple-makers and to walk alongside both them and their parents in their faith journeys.

SUNDAYS | 10:30 AM
CORE meets on Sundays at 10:30 AM in the Core Cafe. Whether you are in middle school or high school, come join us for a time of community, intergenerational discipleship, snacks, fun and games, and applicable teaching of God’s Word. On Sunday mornings we seek to create a learning environment that equips and challenges students with the essentials to be a committed disciple maker beyond high school.

There will be no Sunday CORE on December 26 and January 2.

WEDNESDAYS | 6:45 PM
CORE meets on Wednesdays from 6:45 to 8:45 PM. High School meets in the Auditorium and Middle School meets in the 400s. Our purpose is to create a fun environment that develops deep relationships, engages students on their faith journey, and seeks to pursue God’s way of living. Students are invited to participate in games, hear biblical teaching that is applicable to their lives, and grow in discipleship through small groups. On the 1st Wednesday of the month, CORE will meet in local home groups rather than at Hershey Free. The next fall home groups is December 1. Home Groups locations and Small Groups Leaders can be found at hfcinfo.com.

There will be NO Wednesday night CORE on December 22 and 29.


Nick Mance
Nick Mance

Pastor for Student Ministries
717-533-4848
nmance@hersheyfree.com

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Caitlyn Hahn
Caitlyn Hahn

Director for Children's Ministries
717-533-4848
chahn@hersheyfree.com