What is Highway 56?
Highway 56 is a program for 5th and 6th graders designed to bridge the gap between Children's Sunday School and Junior High at Centerpoint Community Church.
Join us on Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. in Room 118A of the Family Life Center.
The current Highway 56 Newsletter is available below!
Highway 56 also offers monthly outings, called "Road Trips". Road Trips are a great way for fifth and sixth graders to connect with others their age outside the Sunday School setting.
Participation in various mission projects throughout the year helps 56'ers learn the value of serving others.
The goal of the Centerpoint Community Children's Ministry staff is to make Highway 56 a safe, fun place for fifth and sixth graders to learn God's word.
EPIC, our new midweek ministry, is held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month from 7:00-8:30pm in the Highway 56 room. Bring a friend, share some pizza, worship and explore God's Word.
On Sunday mornings, Highway 56ers are studying the book of Matthew. Print the HWY56 Reading Plan here!
Fifth and Sixth graders interested in attending any of the Highway 56 Road Trips must have a current Parental Consent Form on file. A Highway 56 Parental Consent Form may be downloaded by clicking below:
Parental Consent Form 2013-14