Youth Classes

The CFN Feast of Tabernacles in Ft. Walton Beach, FL offers special times for our children to make friends, to learn about the way of God and deepen their relationship with Jesus. 5 days of activities are offered for our youth and young adults just before morning services.

Rome - Paul and the Underground Church

The Feast of Tabernacles is a time to make family memories, and at Fort Walton Beach, the youth classes are designed to give young people of all ages active, exciting experiences that capture their imaginations, engage varied learning styles, and make the Bible come alive. Our focus this week is on elementary aged children. This year, children from 4-9 will visit Paul and the Underground Church in Rome. As they sneak by the Colosseum, through the streets of first century Rome, they will visit Paul under house arrest. They will also encounter the members of the Underground Church, as they meet secretly to avoid persecution. By experiencing some of the challenges other generations have faced following God, little ones will relate to difficulties in their own lives. Lessons will emphasize how the gift of God's love changes us, saves us, and allows us to share His love with others. As "apprentices" with craftsmen from Paul's time, children will make laurel wreaths, necklaces, and other "Roman" artifacts to bring home.

Through daily praise and worship, children will learn music and form a choir that will present songs, scriptures, and lessons they have learned to the entire congregation at the end of the Feast. We'd be interested to hear what memories your children have from their CFN Feast classes that took them to Babylon, Athens, Egypt, Nazareth, and the Wilderness.

What more could we ask than for the faith-building aspects of the Feast to be a joy to our children?

Children 4-9 Rome - Paul and the Underground Church

Your children, ages 4-9, will sneak by the Colosseum, through the streets of first century Rome, visiting Paul under house arrest and the members of the Underground Church, as they meet secretly to avoid persecution. By experiencing some of the challenges other generations have faced following God, little ones will relate to difficulties in their own lives. Lessons will emphasize how the gift of God's love changes us, saves us, and allows us to share His love with others.

As "apprentices" with craftsmen from Paul's time, children will make laurel wreaths, necklaces, and other "Roman" artifacts to bring home.

Through daily praise and worship, children will learn music and form a choir that will present songs, scriptures, and lessons they have learned to the entire congregation at the end of the Feast.