Children's Ministry

The heart of children's ministry at our church is to teach kids about who God is and how His word applies to their lives in creative and memorable ways. Through engaging teaching, supportive environments, and close knit small group classes, we guide kids towards a better understanding of what it means to have a real relationship with God. We want kids to know that the Bible is full of interesting stories that matter in their lives today, that fun and games are definitely allowed at church, that worship can be full of loud music and silly dancing, and that there are adults in the church who truly want to love and lead them closer to Jesus. In other words, we want them to know that where God is, life is a lot more fun!

The goal of our Children's Ministry is to provide a safe, exciting environment for kids to learn about God (and themselves!), grow in loving Him, and grow in loving others both in our backyard and to the ends of the earth. 

We accomplish this through great curriculum, terrific volunteers involved with the kids, and through interactive projects. Children can connect each Sunday during the regular school year during the Sunday School hour from 11:00am-Noon. 

They meet in different locations in the education wing. Come and check us out! 

Children's Ministries include: Nursery: Infant to age 3. Available on Sunday mornings during the worship service and Sunday School hour. Click here for more nursery details. 

Children's Sunday School: Sunday mornings from 11:00am-Noon for ages 3 through 5th grade, during the school year. 

Children's Church for preschoolers: Sunday mornings during the worship service. Ages 3-5 are dismissed right before the sermon. 

Summer VBS : One week each summer for ages 4 through 5th grade. 

If you would like more information on our Children's Ministries please email the church office at 

If you would like to register your children for Sunday school at any time during the year, please print and complete THIS FORM and give it to one of our Sunday school teachers.