Weekly Bible Clubs - Pivotal to Urban Action are our Bible Clubs. We believe that imparting spiritual
resources to our childresn offers a life-transforming gift that carries a value that is beyond any other. The eternal sancuary that is found in the knowledge of Christ is the most significant
contribution we can contribute to their young lives.
A solid spiritual foundation is empowering. Our children gain tools to guide them through life, enabling them to
make sound judgements and choices on their journey. With those good choices, their lives are enriched; the valures are passed on, benefitting society with generations of resposnible
Our club meetings are divided by age groups for children ranging from four to eighteen years old.
Summer Day Camps
School teachers, college students and church youth groups volunteer to help create an environment of learning and summer fun. Divided into teams, our campers
enthusiastically participate in activities to win points for their teams through quizes, memory verses, skits and games. They are served a nutritional meal each day. Camp activities
- Bible Lessons
- Field Trips
- Art Projects
Our toy drive is made possible through the help of individuals and churches, enabling us to provide toys for children in our communities. We see this as an
opportunity to demonstrate God's love while supporting families during a season that is often filled with high levels of stress and depression brought on by economic uncertainty.
School Clothes and Supplies
Often standing in the way of children's success in education are factors outside the classroom. We seek to support children and their families by providing
clothing and supplies for school. The items are distributed during our annual Back To School Carnival, and throughout the school year as needed.
We encourage our teens to participate in our Junior Clubs. Their activities as volunteers encourage a sense of responsibility for the world around them, and helps
them to see themselves as role models. As they work to impart Christian values to the younger children, those same ideals are further embedded within them. We also invite teens from other
communities and churches. Because of the dynamics of peer influences, these teens inspire each other. Both groups learn to see the humanity in others, regardless of economic, ethnic or