• Fort Hill Presbyterian Church is seeking an Interim Coordinator for Children & Family Ministries. Come join a growing congregation in the heart of Clemson, SC. Qualifications of applicants for this 25-hour position are a commitment to Jesus Christ and appreciation of the Reformed faith, desire to work with children and their families, ability to develop age-appropriate program and ministry with volunteers, general organizational and administrative tasks utilizing both written and verbal communication skills. Work or volunteer experience with children and their parents in a Christian setting and a college degree are required. For a complete job description, click here, or for more information, contact Marcia Barker at [email protected]. To apply, send resume and three references to Marcia Barker. Review of applications will begin April 15, 2022.

    Sundays @ The Fort

    Kids Club 9:30-10:30 in E209 (ages 3 years – 5th grade)

    Nursery 9:30-11:45 in E117 (birth – 3 years)

    WeeKirk after children’s time in The Nest (3 years – 1st grade)
    Children Worship on their level. Fun songs, great Bible stories, and fun activities.

    WOW (Wonders of Worship) after children’s time in E109 (2nd-5th grades)
    Learn about the parts of worship, sacraments, the Bible and much more.

    @ The Fort

    PreK 6-7 in The Nest (3 years-K)
    Watch a video based on our story, do an activity that relates to the story (Preschool Choir from 6:10-6:30)

    Elementary 6-7 start in The Nest then E208 (1st-5th grades)
    Watch a video based on our story, do an activity that relates to the story (Choir from 6:10-6:30)

    For more information email the Children’s Ministry Team. Check out our Facebook page @ fort hill church children’s ministry.

  • Children’s Music Ministry

    Choirs for Grades K-5 are offered on Wednesday evenings from September-April. Strong Praises for Grades K-2 meet from 6:30-7:00 and Singers for Christ for Grades 3-5 meet from 6:00-6:30. They are introduced to various music techniques, learn hymns, anthems, and fun songs. The Singers of Christ also learn ringing techniques with choir chimes.

    Opportunities to lead and sing in worship are provided four or more times during the year, along with the Angel Vespers program at Christmas, and a musical drama every other year.

    Parents are also asked to be involved as choir parents assisting in rehearsals and encouraging all children to participate and share their gifts in praising God and leading in worship.

    Margaret MacKay, Director of Music, directs these groups. Please contact Margaret MacKay for more information.