Matthew 19:14 Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”
We are giving kids the truth of the Gospel. We believe that the fullness of Christ dwells within each child who accepts Him as his or her Savior. To that end, we strive to teach children to access the living and active Word of God and to rely on the Holy Spirit who lives within them to help them navigate life.
Infant through three years old
Potty-trained, preschool-aged children
Kindergarten through fifth grade students
Check-in starts at 10:15
Children’s programs take place during our 10:30 am worship service. We begin checking children in at 10:15. We collect basic contact information for parents of children as well as ages of children and possible food allergies. We store your information in our church database so that you may easily check-in your child each week. Every week, we give each child a nametag, and each parent is given a pick-up pass to ensure that each child is safely returned to mom or dad at the end of our service.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the kid to adult ratio? Each classroom is staffed with one to two adult teachers. We typically have two adults for every ten children! Our program is structured with worship, a lesson, a snack, and an activity. Kids stay busy and enjoy their teachers.
Are your volunteers screened in advance? Our kids’ ministry volunteers are friendly and well-trained volunteers who have each passed a background check.
How will I know if my child needs me? We will always do our best communicate with the parents about the well-being of each child. We can call or text your cell, or we can have a volunteer come find you in the main auditorium should a serious need arise. If it is a non-urgent matter, we will speak with you at pick-up time.
Do you provide snack? Yes, we usually serve goldfish, animal crackers, or cheese balls along with a small bottle of water for preschool through fifth grade students. Please alert us of allergies that your child may have. Nursery-aged children should bring an age-appropriate bottle or sippy cup and snack.