Due to COVID-19, we are consolidating our Sunday Morning Kids programming to the 10:45am service only at both campuses until further notice.
Our goal is to create a safe and secure environment for your little ones so that they love their experience from the very beginning. We view ministry to this age group as foundational in building a child’s trust in a loving Heavenly Father.
Our goal is to bring the teaching of Jesus to kids through interactive play, engaging worship and Bible centered teaching.
In Splash your child will learn Biblical truths through engaging games, fun interactive worship experience and breaking into age specific groups to dive further into Biblical truths.
In Wave, kids will continue building their faith foundation through interacting with biblical truths that can help them learn how to make wise choices while developing a deeper relationship with God and others.
BLAST into summer with an EXPLOSIVE family experience like you’ve never had before with the first at-home, parent-led VBS. Explore the world of science – from building towers to designing boats — while engaging with the Word of God.
Awana combines fun and games with Bible memory and lessons that help children understand scripture.
Skip the fright and spend the night in His light. It’s a celebration with giant bouncers, games, prizes galore, lots of great food, a special glow-in-the-dark room, and of course, lots of candy! There is a small entrance fee.
A dedication is a covenant by the parents to raise their child in the ways of the Lord until the child is old enough to make his or her own personal commitment. When we choose to have our child dedicated, it gives parents, as well as extended family, friends and the church an opportunity to thank God for the birth of the child.
Parents dedicate their children back to God, asking for His blessing. They promise to nurture their children in a Christian home and environment, and are challenged to guide and teach their children in spiritual development. There is no water involved, and the child is not automatically saved, or in the faith, because of the ceremony. Faith is passed on to our children by helping them develop their own personal relationship with Jesus Christ.