Sunday Night Live (LOGOS) at FCPC

What is LOGOS?

LOGOS is an exciting, stimulating experience for children from Pre-K through the 5th grade.

Sunday Night Live is a weekly intergenerational experience for children that creates an intentional arena where all ages, together, can learn about and practice the art of Christian relationships. In these cross-generational gatherings, everyone will eat together, play together, study together, and pray together.

The scriptural basis for this program comes from Act 2:24…"They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayers."

This passage beautifully describes the four components of Sunday Night Live. 

  • Bible Study which will be a time for digging into the scriptures as our model for Christ-centered living.
  • Family Time where there will be a shared meal as everyone gathers together in “table families” of various ages to eat together each week for the entire program year. Kitchen teams will prepare dinners that will be served family style—with table settings and serving dishes- as we practice the art of serving one another.
  • Worship Skills where the children will rehearse choir, drama, bells, or other arts and then present what they have learned  regularly in our worship service.
  • Recreation where everyone will have loads of fun in a cooperative atmosphere, often drawing on the hobbies and interests of adults in the congregation who might be willing to share their passions on a one-time basis or longer.


Tuition cost is $20 per child and includes 10 dinners, craft supplies and a t-shirt. Scholarships are available upon request.

You can register by completing a registration form and a Leader/Volunteer/Ministry covenant. These are available at the church office.

This marvelous Christian Education experience is open to members of First Central Presbyterian and the community. Something this good needs to be shared.

“I cannot contain my excitement at the prospect of a vital LOGOS program in our church. I hope that many will find this to be a Christian Education program that makes a difference in young lives.”
Cliff Stewart, Senior Pastor

Parents and Grandparents are Welcome, Too!

Parenting in the Pew takes place at 6 p.m. in Perkins Chapel. It is open to all parents and grandparents who are eager for the children in their lives to find meaning in worship. Parents are invited to participate with their children in the worship skills segment of LOGOS.