The Church At Brookhills Early Preschoolers begin learning about different cultures and countries of the world through Mission Friends curriculum. In addition to Bible study, preschoolers learn about our world by making crafts, learning songs in other languages, praying for missionaries and participating in mission projects. This is the first step in laying a strong mission foundation and preparing preschoolers hearts to impact the world. Preschoolers are learning and absorbing their world at an amazing rate. During this incredible time of discovery, The Church at Brook Hills, working with parents and qualified volunteers, seeks to give preschoolers a place to learn about God and explore His love and character in a safe, secure environment.
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