We want to see your kids grow in their knowledge and love for Jesus. We believe this best occurs through the influence of the family. As you invest in the spiritual development of your kids at home, we want to come alongside you to provide a “second voice” reinforcing the God-honoring values you are already teaching them.
Still not comfortable returning to church? Staying home with someone sick? Out of town but want to stay in touch? Our Family Resources page has links to videos, trainings, worship services, and more.
We are so happy to welcome your children back to their classes! We are working to keep both children and leaders as safe and healthy as possible as everyone returns. Class sizes may be a bit smaller during each service; but will be utilizing every available space so that we can welcome as many children as possible.
We want children leaving our ministry to know three basic truths: God made me, God loves me and Jesus wants to be my friend forever. We do this with engaging activities, worship and crafts that all point to the bible story of the week. Families can partner with us by downloading the Parent Cue App. See below for more information on curriculum.
We provide a safe and fun space for kids to grow in their relationship with God and with others. Our large group time includes live worship and the teaching of God’s Word. Kids then break into small groups to dive deeper into God’s Word through interactive activities and discussions.
Do I need to contact the church prior to attending in order to have a buddy available?
What does a buddy do?
Who do I contact to get involved in the Special Needs & Disability Ministry?
Do you offer any other support for families with uniquely abled children or dependent adults?
If your child wants to be baptized, contact our Family Ministry team. Your Child will interview with one of our elementary leaders to help prepare your child for this important step and to arrange for the baptism.
For more information, contact [email protected].
Parent/Child Dedications are held twice a year (May and November) during the adult services. The dedication is a public expression that parents will raise their child in a godly home with the support of the church.
For more information, contact [email protected]