Kids Ministry (Age 3 – Grade 5)

Kids Ministry Intern

September 2021 – Phil Bradley has joined our team as Kids Ministry Intern!

If you would like to serve with Phil in our classrooms, please sign up here!

The Vision

Our church family takes the nurturing and training of children very seriously. Our Kids Ministry will attempt to provide Godly instruction and a relational network in which children can develop friendships with leaders and peers that encourage them to walk out their Christian commitments in everyday life. The role of the church family in the training of our children attempts to supplement what each family is already doing within their homes – realizing that parents are the primary source responsible for the love, nurture, training and discipline of their children.

We believe the Holy Spirit dwells in a child in the same way He dwells in adults (although He may look and sound different coming through a child’s grid). With that in mind, we believe that children can have a personal and life-changing relationship with God and that they can effectively operate in all the spiritual gifts. Children are warriors with little feet!

Mission Statement

As Kids Ministry Leaders we desire to:

SHOW God’s Love and
TEACH kids Jesus’ way so they can
ACCEPT Jesus as Lord of their life and have a
RELATIONSHIP with Him forever!

Children are an important part of our church family!

In Kids Ministry they will:

  • Belong
  • Experience Worship
  • Play together
  • Apply the Bible
  • Learn to minister to others
  • Enjoy crafts and other hands-on activities
  • Reach out to others
  • Have fun!

Nursery (Age 0 – 2 Years)

Our nursery program is a safe place for children age 0-2 years old to play during our Sunday Service.

The space is open to parent-supervised playtime before the break (during our worship and announcements). We are doing our best to have volunteers run the nursery starting at the break for the sermon; however, if not available, parent’s are welcome to supervise their own children in the nursery during the sermon.