We want to partner with parents to teach children the Bible, emphasize its importance in everyday life, and equip parents with resources to continue discipling their children at home (Deuteronomy 6:4-9).
We design our children’s ministry events and weekly programming to reach children (infants through sixth grade) with the Gospel and teach them to love Jesus earnestly and serve Him joyfully.
Our curriculum, events, and faithful children’s ministry leaders combine to create a fun and safe environment for a biblically thriving children’s ministry. Focusing on our core values helps kids learn what it means to become Scripture-fed, Servant-led, Spirit-filled, Christ-centered, and Father-glorifying followers of Jesus.
For Infants through Kindergarten
Classes are available for kids of all ages.
During LIFE Together, kids will learn through Bible study, missions, and life skills.
In addition to Sunday ministry opportunities, families have the opportunity to participate in special seasonal events, as well as family-focused events:
- Passion Week Journey & Egg Blast
- Summer Camp
- Fall Festival
- Breakfast in Bethlehem
- Mother Son Nerf War
- Mother Daughter Painting & Pajamas
- Father Daughter Dance
- Father Son Bonfire
Building Blocks of Faith
Before Family Dedication and First Bible Presentations, we ask that parents attend the Building Blocks of Faith class. These classes are filled with great information to help equip parents for each new phase of child development.
Parents make a public commitment during corporate worship to raise their children in a manner consistent with the teachings of scripture. The church likewise commits to providing resources and guidance to parents on this journey of faith. Family Dedication is typically scheduled in May and December.
First Bible Presentation
On promotion Sunday, all rising first graders are presented with a Bible during the worship service. This is a time of celebration, marking this important coming of age as children begin to be emerging readers. This presentation also serves as a welcome to the first graders as they join their families in church service every week.