Waumba Land

6 Weeks – Pre K

What Is Waumba Land?

  • Waumba Land is our weekly environment created especially for your infants through preschool-aged children. We can’t wait to meet them!

  • Waumba Land is clean and safe and staffed with caring volunteers who will get to know you and your child by name. Perfect for busy parents.

  • We want every child to know God made them, God loves them and Jesus wants to be their forever friend.

  • Check-in starts about 15 minutes before each service. We’ll see you Sunday!



Waumba At Home

All summer long, we’re hanging out in the Rootin’ Tootin’ RoundUp! We have lots of fun planned for your preschooler as we learn about how we can trust God. It’s going to be a hootin’ hollerin’ good time! So dust off your boots, grab your cowboy hat, and watch today’s Bible story linked below with your child to help them learn how much God loves them and wants to help them.



  1. This Week’s Video: Watch this week’s lesson here.

  2. Parent Guided Activity (June 28): Parent guided activity for after watching the video for the week.

  3. Memory Verse Motions: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart.” Proverbs 3:5

  4. Waumba Spotify Playlist: Worship music for your kiddos.

  5. Managing Fear and Anxiety During a Health Pandemic: A blog post for parents on managing anxiety during any number of life disruptions.

  6. Raising Kids Who Will Initiate Racial Equality - Parent Cue: If we want to raise a new generation of leaders; ignoring conversations of race, racism, injustice and inequality are not privileges any of us are granted.

  7. The Parent Cue App: This free app is an amazing resource that offers activity ideas, weekly cues, and talking points that all align with great content and every child’s favorite owl Ollie.


We know Wiregrass Church is a special place for your family, and we are committed to providing all the tools you need to create a wonderful experience at home despite these uncertain circumstances.

Please feel free to email us should you have any questions.


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