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hOME poRT!

For more information about SSKids, contact our Director of Children's Ministry: 


Every child who attends events must complete a notarized Medical Release and Parental Consent form.

Download one here!

Ahoy and welcome aboard!

This is the Home Port for all children's ministries at South Shore United Methodist Church. 

This is where we keep you afloat...

Here you'll find links to the various Children's programs we offer, as well as opportunities to serve as a volunteer for South Shore Kids.


Children dismiss to Children's Church following the

11am Modern Service Children's Moment on Sundays.

Each week, we take what was discussed by Pastor Sarah

during the Children's Moment, and dive a little deeper to

see how we can weave these teachings into our daily lives! 

Also there's games, hollering, singing, dancing, crafts...

During the 'Fifth Sunday' service, that is traditionally called "Youth Sunday", where our youth group leads the church in worship. On those Sundays, we typically stay in the sanctuary so that the children can get to know the youth better!  


There's also more fun to be had on our official South Shore Kids Facebook page. 

There's a new post almost every day:

Motivation Monday, Two-Minute Tuesday, Wacky Question Wednesday, Thursday Devotion, Fun Fact Friday AND...

Join us every Sunday at 10 am for Scatter Has A Question!


Our Nursery is committed to providing a safe, nurturing Christian environment for young children.


The nursery at SSUMC is staffed by employees of our Church Nursery Staff and church volunteers.  All workers and volunteers have been carefully screened and trained.


The Nursery is available for all worship services at South Shore United Methodist Church for infants and children through age 4.

Pre-Registration is required in order to maintain safe distancing.  Please email Scotty to register. 


"What IS Scatter Has a Question, anyway?"


I'm so glad you asked! Scatter is our resident monster. As he is making his trek through being a Christian, sometimes he wonders why we do the things we do. Some questions so far have been about why we say Amen after prayers, what that fish symbol is for, what offering is for, etc. 

We post a new question Sundays at 10AM, but you can watch them anytime!

Stack of Books


Sometimes, parenting is hard! Sometimes, we don't always have the answers. Sometimes, we just need a little help. There's nothing wrong with that! I will be posting new resources here as I find them.

Using the Right Parenting Voice

Back to School Gameplan!

School Advice From a Teacher! 

Resources Anchor
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