S.W.A.T. the CBC Kids Summer Music Program

SWAT kids summer musical kick off starts on Wednesday, May 30th at 6:00pm in the Awana Room. This program, for all kids who have completed grades K-6, meets on Wednesday evenings, during the summer. This year’s musical is “Cram ’n Jam at Promise University” and will explore God’s promises to Paul, Martin Luther, Pocahontas, the Wesleys, Harriet Tubman, and missionary Gladys Aylward.  The SWAT kids will perform for the church at the end of the summer on July 29, 6:00 PM.   

Register and grab a CD at the children’s desk.

About Cram ’n Jam at Promise University 

It’s the annual “Cram ‘n Jam” at Promise University – time to study for the big P2F2P2K exam, or “Precious Promises to Famous Followers of the Past 2000 Years!”

“Sam, I Am” the dee jay provides the music for jammin’ while faculty and friends help with the crammin’ as they review God’s promises to seven major figures in the history of evangelism. History professor, Dr. Juan Zaponatime and Music Associate Doreme are just some of the zany characters on the Promise U campus and each precious promise and the story of the famous follower to whom it was kept is shared through diverse presentations and musical styles.

In the end, students identify God’s greatest promise, “Whoever calls on the name of the Lord will be saved,” and understand that God’s promises are for all believers, whether they lived 2000 years ago or today!