Adult Faith Formation

We believe that faith education is not about answers so much as it is an invitation to explore, question, and discern how your faith is being applied in your life and in the world.

We offer a variety of Sunday morning classes, Bible studies and discussion groups to help you grow in your faith.

A Child’s Work is To Wonder

To wonder about who Jesus is; to wonder about the world and where their relationship with God fits into that world. Children’s work is to begin to understand that all of God’s children are called to live into a way of life that incorporates all people and is at its core a life of learning, worship, service and generosity.

At Memorial Drive Christian Church, we seek to partner with families as children do their work of wondering. We provide a fun, safe and wonder filled learning environment where children can ask questions, experience God, grow in faith, build relationships with each other and caring adults, to learn about the joy of serving others, to begin practicing generosity and to have fun! We provide a fun, safe and wonder filled learning environment where they can ask questions and discover faith.

Our goal is to partner with parents, to help guide children as they develop their faith and relationships with God. Please let us know if your child has any special needs so that we may fully welcome them into our church.
Our Weekday Children’s Program Promotes Early Learning  
Contact them at 713-789-7190
We offer toddler classes and preschool classes in a loving Christian environment. The program was created with a sensitivity to the needs of the children and parents, an awareness of different family lifestyles, and an understanding of early childhood growth and development. Founded in 1972, the MDCC Children’s Program is an outreach ministry of the church which values openness in human relationships, the worth of the individual, and cooperation among parents and teachers as they care for children and for each other.

MDCC Children’s Program follows guidelines set by the National Association for the Education of Young Children in planning a curriculum that is developmentally appropriate. Our curriculum utilizes the latest brain research on how young children learn. We emphasize four interrelated areas important for the growth of the whole child: intellectual, social, emotional, and physical.

Visit the Children’s Program website for details about curriculum, classes schedules, fees and registration.