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Foundations is a 6-week discipleship class for 3rd and 4th graders that hopes to help sculpt a fundamental understanding of who God is in the eyes of our students. This will help establish that these students are made in the image of God and that they are valuable because of that truth. We will wrestle with the questions: “What does it mean to Love God with all your heart, soul, and mind? “Who am I?”, “Where do I fit?”, and “What difference do I make?”
Cost is $30 per student. 

Class schedule by topic (subject to change)

Week 1 – 9/16: Class Orientation (Parents & Students)
Week 2 – 9/23: Who is God? What did He say? (Students only)
Week 3 – 9/30: What is faith? Why does that matter? (Students only)
Week 4 – 10/7: What’s a Christian? (Students only)
Week 5 – 10/14: Big C Church, Little c church, and my place in it. This week includes lunch and a Service Project (Parents & Students)
Week 6 – 10/21: Foundations Celebration (Rite of Passage Moment)
*Students can only miss one class in order to complete Foundations

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Angela Lee

Angela Lee

Angela Lee serves as Kids Pastor at Fellowship Monrovia. Born in NY having grown up along the East Coast, Angela is happy to now call California home. While she began her collegiate focus on business and marketing, her passion for working with students caused a shift in her academic goals.  She graduated with her degree in Human Services with a concentration in Clinical Services.  She went on and applied her degree by working with organizations such as Communities in Schools, the Boys & Girls Club, and the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas. Knowing she was called to ministry since 19, Angela finally began walking in her passion and purpose by serving the youth in the Dallas area, and most recently Orange County, as a Junior High Pastor since 2010. Angela is the oldest of four children and credits her parents for fostering her love for others and her strong commitment to service.  Angela’s heart’s desire is to let every student she encounters know that they are great and they have greatness within them. More than that, she desires to walk alongside the young people she encounters as they discover their inner God-given greatness and achieve the purpose and plan they were gifted by God to fulfill.