Patch the Pirate

Patch the Pirate Club

Each Wednesday night during the school year children grades 1-6 meet for Patch the Pirate Club.

Patch the Pirate Clubs started after Christian composer Ron Hamilton began wearing a patch when losing an eye to cancer.  When children in his church began calling him “Patch the Pirate”, Hamilton and his wife felt the Lord leading them to start a ministry for children writing and recording stories and music on the adventures of “Patch the Pirate”.

Patch the Pirate Club has been used successfully in churches, schools, and home schools since 1984.

Each month the club emphasizes a new godly character lesson taught through songs, stories, Bible lessons, music lessons, activity pages, daily devotions, and performances.


Pee-Wee Pirate Club
 

Pee Wee Pirate Club

 

What is PeeWee Club? 
PeeWee Club was borne out of a desire to provide a fun yet structured learning time for the younger children “sailors” in our church. 
  The purpose for the club is two fold
    To teach children about God and His word
  To teach children to sing character building songs and develop basic musical skills 

PeeWee club is designed for children 3 through First Grade 

Patch the Pirate and PeeWee Club meet every Wednesday evening at 7:00 and dismiss at 8:00