Christian Education

Nursery

Our trained nursery employees, along with congregational volunteers, create a nurturing and Christ-centered experience as the children ages birth through three years of age begin to develop their worship routines. Located in room 201, the nursery is open from 9:15 to 12:00 noon for morning Sunday School and Worship.

Sunday School

Sunday School meets on Sunday mornings at 9:30 in the Education Building located to the left as one faces the church. Throughout the year, most of the classes focus on the Presbyterian curriculum entitled We Believe, while some participate in special study themes.

Children’s Ministry

We offer a variety of options for children, including, a weekday pre-school, Sunday morning nursery, Sunday School classes for children of all ages, Children’s Chapel, Vacation Bible School.

Youth Ministry

Youth in grades 6-12 meet every Sunday evening from 6:30 pm until 8:00 pm for dinner, fellowship and a program led by the Youth Fellowship Coordinator. Mission opportunities and retreats are offered throughout to year.

Youth in 6th – 9th grade explore what it means to profess Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior in our confirmation class. During this time, most youth make the decision to join the church. Short-term confirmation classes are offered by the pastor between the two to three-year offerings.

Youth Sunday School meets in Room 106.

Adult Ministry

Western Boulevard also has a variety of programs running for adults including Sunday School classes,  Presbyterian Women, Biblical Justice Forum, and Adult Bible Studies.

Weekday Preschool

The Western Boulevard Presbyterian Preschool, established in 1957, is a non-profit preschool serving 40 children age 18 months – 4 years old, Monday through Friday, 9:00–12:30 during the traditional school year. WBPP strives to provide a developmentally appropriate learning environment for young children socially, physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. The preschool also promotes the sharing of cultures and family experiences to further develop each child’s acceptance of him/herself along with a positive awareness of others. WBPP is governed by a volunteer board of church members, the preschool director and parent representatives.