Children’s Ministry is for infants 6 weeks of age through 5th grade, offered during all weekend services. We believe the best way to prepare kids for their future is to help them fall in love with Jesus at an early age and provide irresistible environments with impactful adult leaders who build into their lives. Our environments are created so that kids are safe and secure. All volunteers and leaders are carefully screened. We implement a stringent security process for all kids.
Don’t miss your opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children. We have opportunities beyond teaching Sunday School classes, from helping in the classroom as a teacher, encourager, administrator or helping parents check into our welcome center. Attend Growth Track for more information.
Our curriculum builds on the idea that spiritual growth is relationally driven. When another trusted adult is placed in the life of a child, other than their parents, an additional voice is provided that reinforces core values. Our strategy emphasizes small groups, even at young ages, so that kids and small group leaders easily build relationships. We want our leaders to personally connect with each child. While each age group focuses on a different key element, we believe that they are interlocking essentials that can change the world. We want to work together to build a child’s view of God, the world, and themselves as they grow.
Every weekend, you will find our Dream Team and kids in the children’s area hanging out, having fun and learning about a Heavenly Father who loves them unconditionally.
We ensure every child’s safety and security under our care through various security systems. We have an easy check-in system that you sign into each time you attend church. In addition, all of our team members are cleared through background checks and given safety training.
All parents/guardians are given a security sticker when checking their child in to Children’s Ministry, and must present it upon picking up their child. No child will ever be released without the parent/guardian presenting the security sticker.