Patch the Pirate Clubs

CCBC Wednesday night programs – training, not just entertaining!

The question you are possibly asking now is “What is a church doing using pirates in its programs”? 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”.  Each adventure conveys a central Bible truth and teaches godly character.  Your children will love this exciting mix of music, Bible, and fun!  Here is a description of the three clubs:

Patch the Pirate Club – Teaching the eternal truths of Scripture in a Wednesday night program focusing on Bible, music, and character in a thoroughly enjoyable way.  Grades one through six.

Pee-Wee Pirate Club—A program similar to Patch club, teaching Bible, music, and character, age adjusted for preschoolers.  Ages four through six.

Honey Bees Club—A club geared for three-year-olds teaching Bible stories and incorporating age appropriate games and crafts.