Children's Ministry at our Church


The spiritual formation of children is a top priority of our congregation.  We believe there is no greater key to a child's physical, mental, emotional and of course spiritual development than a close relationship with Jesus.  We want children and their parents to know that Jesus cares deeply for them.  In fact, Jesus has promised, "I will be with you always." Matthew 28:20.  We promise that we will do our best to:

  • Maintain a safe growing environment where children are safe, loved, and cared for.
  • Welcome and include each child in Gospel-Centered Learning
  • Encourage children to treasure Jesus above all else.
  • Partner with Families in the Child's Spiritual Development.
  • Build a community where people are known and have a place to belong
  • Use Developmentally Appropriate Materials
  • Create experiences where the participants will experience joy as they learn about Jesus together.

Children's Ministry on Sunday Morning

All Children, (who are potty-trained) are welcome in our children’s Sunday School classes starting at 9:15 a.m. Younger children are welcome with their parents in the adult Sunday School class. Children of all ages are encouraged to worship with their parents and family. There is an area available in the far back of the sanctuary,(with chairs, tables, and books) for families to take young children if you desire


Your Child's Safety Is a Priority

For your child's safety and your peace of mind, we run background checks on all volunteers.

What is your policy on sick children?

We request that you do not drop your children off at our children's ministry events if they have any of the following symptoms:

  • A temperature of 100 degrees or higher in the last 24 hours;
  • Diarrhea or vomiting in the last 24 hours;
  • Severe or persistent coughing;
  • Colored nasal drainage (not due to allergies);
  • Any infection of the eye, nose, or throat (pink eye, strep throat, etc);
  • Head lice;
  • Undiagnosed rash;
  • Open skin lesions;
  • Any communicable disease.

If a child is on an antibiotic, he or she must be on the medication for at least 24 hours before attending any children's ministry events. Please note that we do not administer medication to children.