Kids Church on Sunday
Our goal in Kids Church is that your child will feel loved and accepted, and that they'll grow in their relationship with God. While partnering with you in teaching your children to live like Christ, your child will read from the Bible and engage in fun activities each week. They will be encouraged to memorize Scripture and love others like Jesus and tell their friends about Him. They will want to come back each week for more!
We have four different classrooms:
Infants- 2 yrs. in Room 105
Ages 2-4 in Toddler Room
Kinder -2nd grade in Room 102
Third grade- 5th Grade in Room 101
*Due to Covid, all children are welcome to join their families for worship in the sanctuary and will be dismissed before the sermon to the playground or their classroom. We hope you will join us!
We have the best volunteer team in kids church. They LOVE being with your children every Sunday morning. Because safety is our priority, all volunteers pass a background check prior to serving and we have a security team on call throughout the service. When checking in your child, a second name tag will print; matching it to your child's name tag and number will allow you to pick up your child at the end of service.
If you are interested in being a part of the kids church volunteer team, please contact Sarah at [email protected]
More opportunities for your kids to get involved:
Memorial Weekend Family Camp VBS Fall Festival
Registration Coming soon for each of these events!
Rescheduled for a later date TBD
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