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5-Day Clubs

5- Day clubs are held for five consecutive days during the summer months on porches, on steps, in yards or inside homes.

  • Meaningful songs
  • Bible Lessons
  • Life-changing Bible memory verses
  • Exciting missionary story
  • Puppet and special correspondence course
  • Meet new friends!

Purpose of a 5- Day Club:

The purpose of a 5- Day club is to teach the Bible to children. The 5-Day Club environment not only allows a unsaved child to hear the Gospel, but it also challenges the saved child to grow in their walk with the Lord. The children are challenged to see the mission field that is all around them each and every day and in other countries all around the World. They are also encouraged to share their faith and invite friends to join them in club.

Who teaches the 5- Day Club?

Christians who are concerned for the spiritual well-being of your child teach the club. These teachers have received specialized training from CHILD EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP OF EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, INC. (CEF of E. PA). There is no charge for your child to attend. This is a time for your child to come hear dynamic teaching from God’s Word that reinforce biblical principals, godly character, and moral values.

All club workers have been carefully screened as required by CEF of E. PA, INC.’s  Child Abuse Policy.

Good News Clubs

What is a Good News Club?

This is a time for boys and girls ages 5 through 12 to gather together with their friends, for one hour per week, to help them grown in Christ through various interactive, visualized material. They learn songs that are appealing and fun. They enjoy playing games that help them memorize a verse from God’s Word. Through the missionary time they learn of children around the world who are following Jesus. The visualized Bible story applies God’s Word to what is happening in their lives. They play review games that help them remember what was taught. An opportunity to receive Jesus Christ as Saviour is given. Activities that help them grow in Christ are presented.

Where does the Good News Club meet?

The Good News Club programs take place in neighborhood settings such as homes, schools, community centers, and Bible churches. We want to make it easy and convenient for them to attend, bringing the Good News right to where the child lives. Also, we have Good News Clubs after school right on the school property. We call them After-School / In-School Good News Clubs. This is a Pennsylvania State approved program.

Who will teach the Good News Club?

Christians who are concerned for boys and girls work together volunteering their time and energy to teach Good News Clubs. They are trained by CHILD EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP OF EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, INC. to have a club that is exciting and informative so that children will have the desire to keep attending.

Teachers are asked to sign our Statement of Faith and agree to abide by the policies of the organization (CEF of E. PA is non-charismatic). All club workers have been carefully screened as required by CHILD EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP OF EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, INC.’s Child Abuse Policy.

Camp Good News

Get in contact with your local county director to find out more!

Day Camps:

  • Interactive Bible lessons
  • Learn verses from Scripture
  • Fun games
  • Meet some missionaries
  • Make new friends
  • Use your creativity during craft time

Overnight Camp:

  • Interactive Bible lessons
  • Learn verses from Scripture
  • Fun games
  • Meet a missionary
  • Make new friends
  • Use your creativity during craft time

Released Time Classes

Pennsylvania law allows for public school students to be released from class for religious instruction. What an amazing opportunity to reach otherwise unchurched children with the gospel, and to encourage and disciple children who have already trusted Christ as Savior.

Each week during the school year, trained teachers and workers present: Bible lessons, memory verses, Bible songs, and a missionary story.

Students must have written parental permission to attend. This is NOT sponsored by the school district or Department of Education but by CHILD EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP OF EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, INC. The students are transported to a nearby church or designated location.

Bible lessons are presented in a variety of ways, including the traditional favorite, flannel graph. In this age of technology and video, flannel graph still captures the attention of the children in a unique way. Other lessons are presented with flashcards and other creative means.

Have Questions?

Contact State Headquarters if you would like more information!