Club 456 is a ministry designed for children in upper elementary school who identify more closely with preteens and teenagers. Full of energy and ready to move on, these fourth, fifth and sixth graders are poised to learn and grow.
C456 leaders partner with parents to equip these forward-looking youth to navigate this vital transition period in their lives using God’s Word as their guide.
What to Know
Students learn how to own their faith through dynamic teaching, small group interactions and creative games.
C456 meets on Sundays at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. in the fast-paced, fun C456 classroom on the second floor of WCC.
Discipleship events take place throughout the year to encourage students to grow spiritually. These events include Hunt 4 Manhood, Ladies Luncheon, Winter Retreat and Camp With an Impact each summer.
Extreme is WCC’s adrenaline-charged, wild-side outreach program and includes events such as Need 4 Speed, Nerf-agedon and the Pumpkin War party each fall.
In conversational small groups, Club 456 introduces the topics of peer pressure, temptations and how our relationship with God makes a difference in the way we live.
What types of opportunities for learning and social interaction does C456 offer?
This high-energy age group is kept busy with Friday night activities, retreats, camps and social events they can invite their friends to as well.
The C456 calendar is packed with great opportunities, so how is a parent to keep up?
C456 activities are usually single day/evening events, so the curriculum stands alone and is not dependent on what is presented at another event. Parents juggle numerous responsibilities, so they are encouraged to register their students for the classes and activities that best fit their family’s schedule. Registration for all events is quick and easy on the WCC website.
Do parents need to check their student in and out of the C456 classroom on Sunday mornings?
Students can check in independently. They are kept secure in the classroom during the service and are released to connect with their parents/guardians after the service concludes.