Mission Education

missions_button_educationThe purpose of Tallowood Mission Education is to inspire, equip, and enable our current and next generation to understand God’s heart for the nations and their unique role in taking the gospel to every tribe, tongue, people and language. We educate our children through weekly missions programming, hands-on projects, and service opportunities. We educate and equip our youth and adults though special missions training to invite them to experience and pursue their unique role in the mission of God.

 

Weekly Missions Programming

Mission Friends (four and five year olds)

Mission Friends provides a strong foundation and developmentally appropriate missions learning experiences to help preschoolers understand ways they can help others know about God’s love and forgiveness. Mission Friends meet on Wednesday evenings, 6:50 pm to 7:40 pm in WT 102.

Royal Ambassadors (first through fifth grade)

Royal Ambassadors teach boys about missions and how they can be personally involved in practical missions experiences. RAs meet on Wednesday evenings, 6:50 pm to 7:40 pm in NT 202/203.

Girls in Action (first through fifth grade)

Girls in Action provides hands-on learning activities about missions that guide girls to know and understand how to share God’s love. GAs meet on Wednesday evenings, 6:50 pm to 7:40 pm in WT 208.

Acteens (seventh through twelfth grade)

Acteens help young ladies grow toward becoming all the heavenly Father created them to be. Designed with the needs and interests of teenaged girls in mind, Acteens is an opportunity to grow in understanding God, yourself, and others. High school Acteens meet on Saturdays at 2:00 pm in ET 102 and Middle School Acteens meet on Sunday afternoons at 3:00 pm in FHW.