Children’s Ministries

Ministries geared toward the youngest believers.

See below for specific ministries that are available to the children of our congregation.

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Sunday School

Sunday school classes provide age appropriate Bible stories, lessons and activities for children age 2 through Grade 5. These classes meet every Sunday morning from 9:15-10:10am downstairs. The children’s time together begins with group singing and snack before dismissal to an age-based class.

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Children’s Church

Twice per month, children’s church takes place during the sermon time. It is for children age 4 through Grade 5. Children are dismissed from the Sunday morning service prior to the sermon time. During this time, children are taught biblical truth through Scripture and story.

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Kids’ Club

Kids’ Club is for children grades K-5. Kids’ club meets twice per month, Sunday afternoons from 4-5:30pm at the church. Pastor Bill leads children through Scripture memory, Bible lessons and games.

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Vacation Bible School (VBS)

Each summer, for one week, children grades Preschool through Grade 5 participate in Mega Sports Camp. This unique VBS program combines sports training with Biblical training to reach kids in a new and exciting way. To learn more, visit our Special Events page for dates and registration information.

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Child Prayer Partners

When children are born or start attending our church, they are paired up with an adult in the congregation who prays for the child on a regular basis. Adults are encouraged to celebrate the child on their birthday or holidays with cards or a small gift. Some adults form mentor-type relationships with their prayer partners in addition to covering the child in prayer.


My children have been part of the children’s ministry here for a few years. The teachers are wonderful and my kids are always asking to come back!

Annie Miller


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