Pre-register your kids before you visit!
Our nursery environment and caring volunteers seek to enhance the church experience for both parents and their children (ages 0-2). Children are provided a safe, loving, and fun atmosphere during the worship service.
Our preschool age classes are our weekly environment designed specifically for children ages 2 through 5. We know that this is a very important stage of life and your children are learning and growing in amazing ways! We want to come alongside you, as a parent, and help your child learn about the God who loves them unconditionally. Our excellent teachers work intentionally to make God’s Word come alive in fun and creative ways. We can’t wait to meet your precious preschooler(s)!
Our elementary class is our weekly environment for Kindergarten through 4th graders. We follow the sermon series teaching your children with kid friendly language, memory verses, and activities! One of our goals is to make it easier for you to engage your children in biblical conversations. Make sure to ask your kids what they are learning in their class and share what you learned from our pastors as well!
Awana is a fully integrated evangelism and discipleship program for 2-year-olds through 8th grade. Awana reaches kids where they’re at and walks alongside them in their faith journey through lessons, activites, games, and Bible memorization.
We encourage families to stay during Awana. We have men and women Bible studies for our adults. Please check our adult ministries page for more information.
“Let’s Talk About God” is a program that encourages parents to start a conversation about God. Christian parents want their kids to know God and to understand Biblical truth, but for many parents, God is not a typical topic to talk about. “Let’s Talk About God” starts a conversation about God between parents and their children.
Here is how it works: Parents will receive an email once a week with a question and answer; one question will be geared toward younger children, and the other toward teens. Parents can decide which question they want to talk about and add their own insights and knowledge on the subject!