Young families

Connecting Young Families in Our Community

Contact: Amber Wilson, 770-427-3835 or Email Amber

 

The Young Families of Due West exists to connect families with young children through family-friendly fellowship events & gatherings for the Due West & West Cobb community.

 

Young Families Sunday School Class

Please join us every Sunday at 9:30 am for our Young Families Sunday School class.  This is a great opportunity to meet other young families and focus on Christ-centered family & parenting skills. The class is for parents with at least one child, from birth to elementary-age.  We will be starting the Book of John on Sunday, October 6.  We meet in Room S232 in Building C.  Email Amber Wilson (info above) with questions.

 

Events

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Saturday, December 7 - 8:30 & 10:30 Seatings

Breakfast with Santa, hosted by Young Families of Due West, will be Saturday, December 7th in the Family Life Center.  We will have two seatings - 8:30 & 10:30 am.  Tickets will be $8 for adults, $4 for children. $1 from every ticket sold will be donated to Murphy-Harpst Children’s Home.  Email Amber Wilson with questions.

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Gatherings

Gatherings are informal opportunities that take place.  Look for information about gatherings here!

 

    What are the differences between 'gatherings' and 'events'?

    Young Families events are opportunities for families to gather, connect, and fellowship with others in the community.  Young Families events are always free -- no cost to you or your family!  In order to better accommodate your family, we often request that families register for events.  

    Gatherings are informal opportunities for families to gather at a family-friendly restaurant or establishment.  There's no need to register, sign-up, or R.S.V.P. -- just come!  Families are responsible for the cost of Gatherings.

     

    What is considered a 'young family'?

    We consider any family with a child in fifth grade or younger a 'young family'!  Whether you have babies, toddlers, young elementary-age children, or older elementary-age children, you know the joys and the hardships of having young children!

     

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