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Spirit-filled. Service and Justice Oriented. Welcoming and Affirming.

Preparing our children through biblical stories, faith conversations, developing a faith filled curiosity to learn more about the love of God through Jesus Christ.


We are so glad you have found your way to our page! Our Children’s Ministry Program is led by Megan Houpt, Director of Children’s Ministry and Sophia Kim, Nursery Supervisor. Please email Megan at dumckids@davisumc.org if you have any questions about childcare or Sunday School.

Welcome to Davis United Methodist Church Children’s Ministry Programs!

Our church is a fun place where kids form lifelong friendships, engage in their faith, and have opportunities to serve others. Davis United Methodist Church provides worship experiences in which people of all ages and backgrounds are welcomed and actively involved.

We would love to get to know more about you and your family, please consider downloading and filling out this registration form.

Registration Form

Childcare during 10 am worship

We offer loving & professional childcare for infants through preschoolers throughout worship on Sundays at 10:00am. Children are always welcome in the Sanctuary and families may wish to utilize childcare whenever helpful. Childcare is located just outside the Sanctuary in the hallway off to the right. Please sign-in your child(ren) for childcare in the Nursery. 

Children are always welcome in worship!

Worship begins in the sanctuary at 10:00 am.

Davis United Methodist Church is a church that is welcoming and affirming to people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

We hope you feel that you can relax and be at peace to enjoy your time together in worship. Because we believe God made children to be full of energy and excitement, here are a few suggestions we have for engaging children in our services:

  • We encourage families to sit on the aisles or near the front of the sanctuary, so children can see without grown-ups blocking their view.
  • Explain what is happening during worship and what is coming next. Let your child(ren) cross things off in the bulletin as they happen.
  • When it’s time to stand, allow your child to kneel or move about the space or dance to the music.
  • Though our song words are projected on screens in the sanctuary, please pull out the hymnal and help them follow along with hymns and songs.
  • There are activity bags in the Santuary Lobby with crayons, drawing paper and fidget toys. We also offer picture books next to the activity bags. 

What to Expect on Sunday Morning

On Sunday mornings, we offer Children’s Choir / Drama and Sunday School. Both meet in the Education Wing. All staff and volunteers have been background checked and trained through Safe Gatherings.

During worship, children are welcomed to the front to help pass the peace and following this time, children in grades TK through 7th grade are invited to attend Sunday School and escorted by their teacher and an assistant to the classroom.  

At the close of worship, parents may come to the Sunday School classroom to gather children.

Children’s Choir / Drama – No audition necessary and participation is free! Stay tuned for our next production! Rehearsals will start in August.

Children’s Choir and Drama Schedule

  • Upper Elementary Choir is for 2nd grade to high school, starts at 9:00 am. 
  • Carole Choir is for TK to 1st grade, joins Upper Elementary at 9:30 am to 9:55 am.

Sunday School

Sunday School meets in the Education Wing. Our curriculum is a compassionate, faith filled sharing of Bible stories. We help our kids develop a curiosity to learn more about God’s love through Jesus Christ and grow to become disciples of Jesus. 

Class is structured similarly each week.

  • Greeting
  • Prayer
  • Quick recap of the last week
  • prayers of the week
  • Bible Story
  • Activity or game
  • Arts and Crafts project
  • Clean up
  • Prayer and dismissal

If your child is needing some extra support, parents are always welcome to accompany them to Sunday School.

After class, families are encouraged to utilize the playground and share fellowship time (snacks) with others.

Service Projects

We love for our kids to live out their Christian faith through service projects to the community. We partner with local food pantries, homeless outreach programs, hikes in nature to pick up trash along the trail, and so much more. 

Our COVID Protocol Guidelines:

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DAVIS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ALL ARE WELCOME HERE!  Please join our Sunday Morning Worship at 10 a.m. Worship is also livestreamed most Sundays on Facebook and YouTube.

 We want everyone to feel welcome and safe. Please do no harm – stay home if you . . .

  • Have symptoms commonly associated with respiratory illnesses, including Covid-19 and flu.

Thank you for practicing good hand hygiene. Masks are optional and available on request.

Vacation Bible Camp


Camp is open for kids entering Kindergarten to Eighth Grade. If you have older children who would like to be a counselor in training, they are also welcome and free of charge.

Sunday June 02 – 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Sunday June 09 – 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Sunday June 16 – 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Sunday June 23 – 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Sunday June 30 – 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

To Register, click here

Here is some more information about our camp:

When is camp? Camp will be held every Sunday in June from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm 

How much does it cost? Families are welcome to give any amount, suggested donation is $60 for the first child, and $30 for each additional child for all 5 weeks OR $12 for the first child, and $6 for each additional child per Sunday. 

What happens at Vacation Bible Camp? Kids at camp will have the opportunity to learn about God’s amazing story!

Here are the themes for each week:

June 2 – Jesus teaches us to pray.

Story: Matthew 6:7-15 Jesus teaches the Lord’s Prayer

Craft: Prayer Necklace and cards

Service Project: Making cards for folks in assisted living

June 9 – Jesus teaches us to share what we have.

Story: Matthew 14:13-21 Feeding of the 5000

Craft: Coil pottery

Service Project: Collect and organize food for STEAC

June 16 – Jesus teaches us to love one another.

Story: Luke 10:29-37 Parable of the Good Samaritan

Craft: Weaving

Service Project: Make first aid kits

June 23 – Jesus teaches us to care for the earth!

Story: Genesis – story of Creation

Craft: Poster about recycling and trash disposal

Service Project: Cleaning up the DUMC grounds

June 30 – Jesus teaches us to have faith.

Story: Book of Esther – Jewish tag line

Craft: Masks

Service Project: Make kindness bags for the unhoused

SPECIAL ACTIVITY! Water play with Pastor Brandon at 11:30 am

The routine for each week will be the same:

9:30 amOpening Celebration (5 min)
9:35 amSmall Group (10 min)
9:45 amStory time (20 min)
10:05 amTransition
10:10 amArts and Crafts (20 min)
10:30 amTransition
10:35 amMusic Time (20 min)
10:55 amTransition to snack
11:00 amSnack time
11:10 amService Project (20 min)
11:30 amGame Play (20 min)
11:50 amClosing Celebration