Children's Ministry

Our desire is to partner with the family as we lead children to know, love, and serve Christ.  By doing so, we bring glory to God through lives changed by the gospel of Jesus Christ.  God calls the family to play a very pivotal role in discipling their children.  How this is accomplished varies greatly from family to family because discipleship isn’t a one size fits all approach.  Discipleship isn’t easy and even the most intentional parents may find themselves at a loss as to how to begin and continue this process as their children grow.  We desire to come alongside parents as you walk this journey.  We have created a ministry for children and families that emphasize God’s Word and provide weekly resources that help you as you create intentional discipleship in your home.

Where to go?

For easy access to the preschool area, please use the main entrance on the west side of the church.  We will be there to meet you at the welcome desk upon your arrival.

Kindergartners-3rd graders start in the upstairs POWERHOUSE room for worship and Bible Study.  At 9:40am they are dismissed to age-graded small group Bible Studies until 10:15am.

AMP’d (4th-5th graders)-meet in Room 206 for Bible Study.

Sunday School
9:00 AM to 10:15 AM

 

Where to go?

Worship Service

10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

POWERHOUSE KIDS CHURCH-Children ages Kindergarten-3rd grade attend the worship service with their family and are dismissed to Children’s Church prior to the sermon. 

 

Children’s Church does not meet the 1st Sunday of every month.  Families are encouraged to attend the worship service together. 

 

Children’s Church does not meet during 

the summer months.

AWANA ministry runs from the beginning of September through the end of April.

Sparkies and T&T Clubs meet together for worship and then participate in 3 rotations of Bible handbook time, missions, and recreation.

Sparks - Kindergarten through 2nd grade

Truth and Training (T&T) - 3rd through 5th grade

AWANA
 

Wednesday Nights
6:15 PM to 7:30 PM

Parenting Resources