The 527 Tribe
5th – 7th Graders
Affirming each child’s personal faith and life journey as they navigate the often tumultuous, constantly changing pre-teen years is what matters most at this stage. We know Tribers are unique and energetic individuals who experience an overwhelming amount of input from their feelings, emotions, and thoughts, so we tap into their creativity, smarts, and tribal nature as a means for learning and expressing themselves. Hannah Rollins, Family Ministry Associate to The 527 Tribe, and her volunteers provide thoughtful programming specifically designed to build a strong foundation and safe environment for kids to thrive.
We strive to instill these basic truths:
- All of God’s Creation is good.
- Jesus alone has the power to save.
- The Church is global; the church is local.
- The Bible is always truthful and trustworthy and has some hard and complex stories.
During Sunday School, Tribers are learning to summarize the biblical narrative and apply context when reading so they can more fully understand what God is expressing.
Before Your First Visit
- The 527 Tribe meets for Sunday School in the Activities Building (Recreation Building) located on Colquitt Street behind the Sanctuary. If you park in the front parking lot and enter through the Welcome Center, one of our greeters will be happy to give you directions to the Activities Building.
- If you have any questions or would like a tour, please contact Hannah for more information.
|10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
|Worship in Sanctuary with their families
|11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
|Large and Small Group Bible Study
Frequently Asked Questions
What safety measures are in place at drop off and pickup?
Tribers must be picked up by their guardian or an older sibling from the Tribe space.
What happens during Bible Study?
During Sunday Bible study, Tribers are learning to summarize the biblical narrative and apply context when reading so they can more fully understand what God is expressing.
Is there Wednesday night programming?
On Wednesday evenings, Tribers ring handbells together and join the Youth for choir. After a long day at school, the evening is filled with laughter, friends, creative outlets, and time to refocus their week in a safe place where they know they are loved for simply being themselves.
What other things does The 527 Tribe do?
The Tribe spends time away over MLK weekend for lots of fun and togetherness. In the summer, their travels offer unique opportunities to experience firsthand significant cultural richness as well as poverty.