Patch the Pirate Club

What is Patch the Pirate Club?

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Patch the Pirate Club is a unique children’s choir program. Based upon music written by Ron and Shelly Hamilton, the program 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. Path the Pirate Club provides opportunities for elementary-aged children to grow spiritually while developing musically. It’s a great club for character-building fun!

 

Basic Elements of Patch the Pirate Club

Daily Devotions: My Quiet Time devotionals for every day of the week.

Godly Character Lesson: Emphasized throughout the curriculum through song, the weekly Patch story, Scripture memorization, and Bible stories.

Fun and Games: While primarily included to increase the enjoyment of the entire learning experience, games are also used to teach Godly character.

Incentives: Multiple incentives, weekly prizes and a quarterly store, are included to motivate accomplishment and to reward achievement.

 

Nightly Schedule

6:45 – 7:00: Opening Exercises

7:00 – 8:00: General club activities to include: Bible story, Patch story, Scripture memorization, and games

 

Lighthouse Baptist Church Patch Clubs

PeeWee Club: 2 ½ - 3 year olds

PeeWee Club: 4 – 5 year olds

Patch Club: 1st – 2nd Grade

Patch Club: 3rd – 4th Grade

Patch Club: 5th – 6th Grade

 

Leadership

Commodore: Gene Ewing

Vice-Commodore: Tre McKnight