We believe that what we do in the children's ministries is extremely important! We take our ministry with your children seriously and strive to provide quality programming for them - programming that is not only fun, but transforming!
Join us as we journey through The Gospel Project.® The Gospel Project® immerses our Kindergartners through 5th graders in the gospel through every story, theological concept, and call to mission from Genesis to Revelation. Through The Gospel Project®, kids and preschoolers will understand the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but one unified story - God’s story of redemption.
Children's ministry programming is available during:
Saturday night service at 6:00 pm
All Sunday morning services
MIDWEEK PROGRAMMING (WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, SEPTEMBER - APRIL FROM 6:30 - 8:00 PM)
Our Midweek programming expands what the kids are learning during the weekend services in a high-energy and high-impact atmosphere. Crafts, games, songs, story time and small groups are just a few of the ways we will connect God's Word to your child's heart.
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Pre-register your child
Regular time with God is an important habit for all of us to learn. What better way to jump start this key lifelong habit for your children than to encourage them to take what they are learning each week at church and dig in deeper at home, on their own or as a family. As your elementary-age child leaves class each week, he/she will be given a 4-day devotional sheet to bring home. Lose your copy or miss a week? Click below.
weekend of February 9th/10th
weekend of February 2nd/3rd
We want kids to love coming to church to learn about God, his Son Jesus Christ, the Bible, and how the church family works together. Kids’ Kash is a positive reward system to encourage kids to become actively involved in their faith walk. As these kids leave the Children’s Ministry to enter our Youth Ministry, we hope that they will have developed good habits and that their daily walk will continue without needing the rewards!