Kids On Mission educates and engages Kindergarten – 5th graders through collections, mission-emphasis Sundays, service projects, and mission trips. Your children will discover how they can pray, give, go and send to support missions where they live and around the world.
The right time for them to get started is NOW!
Upcoming missions opportunities include:
- Mission Collection: January 20-February 10: Fun socks for Children’s Health Dallas
- Mission-Emphasis Sunday: February 10: Serving Others – Children’s Health Dallas
- Mission-Emphasis Sunday: March 24: Sharing the Gospel
- Mission 56: April 12-14: 5th & 6th grade mission trip – Downtown Dallas
Families on Mission organizes experiences where parents can teach and train their children to be mission-minded. Through participation in outreach events organized by RPC Kids Missions, we believe God can build deep connections between parents and children that will last a lifetime. As the primary disciplers of your children, you are the best example and can have the greatest impact on their spiritual growth.
Upcoming family mission opportunities include:
- February 10: Children’s Health Dallas
- March 24: Easter Invitation “You’ve Been Egged”
- April 28: Nursing Home Visits
- May 28-31: CrossTraining Collection for Cuba and CT GO!
- June 3-4: CrossTraining GO!
Community on Mission creates opportunities for our church to serve children locally. By partnering together, we can help meet the physical, academic, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of the most vulnerable.
Our desire is to make a lasting impact on the community around us as we serve in specific ways.
Mentoring opportunities are available at Vickery Elementary in Lewisville through our partnership with Kids Hope USA. For one hour each week during the school year, you can be a mentor to a student and make an impact.
All mentors are carefully screened using a process that includes an application, a criminal history check, and a personal interview. Mentors must also submit to screening requirements at the school. They are thoroughly trained by the Kids Hope USA Program Director, using comprehensive materials provided by the Kids Hope USA National Office, and also attend an orientation session at the school. Ongoing supervision and support is provided to all volunteers by the Program Director.