Kids Church for children 
Sunday from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm [check-in time starting at 10:15 am]


Kids Church is a place where kids can experience the Word of God, have fun, make friends, and learn how to love and live for Jesus Christ! As a team, our goal is to help build a spiritual foundation by teaching them with age appropriate bible-based curriculum that includes worship, prayer and serving. We teach with different modalities including multimedia presentations, object lessons, games and activities.Working with you, we have a fantastic opportunity to help them nurture friendships, learn Biblical truths, and discover that they are deeply loved and valued by God.


  1. A really big God they can trust no matter what.
  2. Friends who believe what they believe.
  3. Parents who make it their business to know where their kids are      spiritually.
  4. Another voice that reinforces what parents are teaching.
  5. Courage to make the wise choice.

When we partner together to address those needs, something wonderful happens in the life of a child. Together we impact kids for real life change, moving your family forward in your journey to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.


Here is what a typical Kids Church service looks like:

  • Each child is greeted in the Ed/Youth Wing by their leaders. 
  • We start with a little morning snack and chat
  • We have two classes,one for younger kids and one for the older kids.
  • Kids love music! We provide them an opportunity to praise God through energetic songs and teach them how to worship God through age-appropriate music. 
  •  Our group leaders are serious about having fun with kids and passionate about teaching them the TRUTH of God’s Word. We want kids to see how God’s Word fits into their lives, to learn how to talk to Him, and to build friendships that will last. The older kids are currently being taught with,” Foundation Worldview Curriculum.” For more information please click on the link here.  The younger children are using “The Beginner’s Bible” curriculum.
  • Children gather with their committed leaders where they discuss the day’s lesson and what they’ve learned about God that day. The leaders will guide them in a small group activity or craft that reinforces the lessons.