What we do every week:
Join us as we learn God’s story using the Gospel Project curriculum with worship, activities, scripture memorization, and prayer in large and small groups with leaders who love helping kids know God’s word. Children are sent home with an Activity Page about the lesson so parents can continue discussion throughout the week.
Choose the same time each Sunday so that your child will have a consistent small group that they can connect to and establish a relationship with. If parent serves, your child will attend class during that hour than attend preaching with you the hour you are not serving.
While parents attend adult life group, their children are taught a Bible lesson using 252 Basics curriculum with a DVD lesson and engaging activities to help them apply it to daily life. Children may bring dinner or snacks from home to eat in class if they choose. They are sent home with GodTime, a four-day devotion based on the lesson that encourages them to spend time reading the Bible and talking to God at home.
Checking in & Registration
What we teach
Sunday Morning, we use The Gospel Project® for Kids that delivers engaging Bible story videos, activities and more to teach kids how God’s plan of redemption unfolds throughout Scripture and is relevant today. Kids will gain a clear understanding of the entire gospel story—how all of Scripture points to the gospel of Jesus starting with Genesis through Revelation.
Sunday Evening, we use 252 Basics. Based on Luke 2:52, the curriculum is built around:
Wisdom – I need to make the wise choice.
Faith – I can trust God no matter what.
Friendship – I should treat others the way I want to be treated.
Every week there is a key truth or bottom line based on the monthly themed virtue. Each week we send home weekly devotions about the lesson to help them establish a lifelong habit of spending time with God.
When you can drop off your child
How early can I bring my child?
Children may be checked in 15 minutes prior to the start of each service or event.
Can my child stay for both services?
No. If parent serves, your child will attend class during that hour then attend preaching with you the hour you are not serving.