Bethesda's Children & The Merry Hearts Preschool
Worship & Children's Church
Faith Weaving Families (K-5th grades + Parents)
Faith Weaving Families meet each Wednesday during the school year from 4 pm - 6 pm. Children in Kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to come together to enjoy a Christian environment, share a meal and learn about our Christian faith through Bible study, games and music. They share their music in worship regularly and present a Christmas and Spring musical.
Parents are invited to stay for a separate adult study and enjoy fellowship time. Contact the church office for more information.
The Merry Hearts Preschool
The Merry Hearts Preschool is located at Bethesda Presbyterian Church and is open to children ages 1 - Pre-K. The preschool typically follows Moore County Schools calendar and offers class Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 11:30 am.
The goal of The Merry Hearts Preschool is to prepare your child to become a lifelong learner and problem solver. The school fosters a nurturing environment that is physically and psychologically supportive of learning for toddlers through Pre-K. They offer a cooperative and enriching atmosphere where children will develop their knowledge through self and teacher-initiated experiences. When children graduate from The Merry Hearts Preschool they are confident, secure, independent and joyful learners. Learn more about The Merry Hearts Preschool.
Day Camp at Camp Monroe
Bethesda is a pick-up and drop-off location for session 1 of day camp at Camp Monroe. Simply bring your kids to the church where a counselor from Camp Monroe will transport the group to and from the camp each day. Space is limited, register your kids with the link below! Scholarships are available, please contact the church office.
About Day Camp at Camp Monroe: Day Camp runs from 8:15am – 5:30pm Monday – Thursday (8:15am -2:00pm on Friday) and is filled with daily swimming, arts and crafts, and a variety of fun activities. Offered for children ages 6-8. Info and registration on their website: http://www.monroecamp.org/