NextGen - Kids Ministry
We want to partner with you as parents as you disciple your kids!
KIDS + PARENTS + VOLUNTEERS
Sunday mornings are fun and engaging spaces where kids learn the gospel story of Jesus on a kid-level! We use a curriculum called The Gospel Project walking through every story of the Bible (from Genesis to Revelation!) and teaching how Jesus connects and applies to each story.
Kids check-in is open at 9:45am. If it's your first time checking in your child, you'll need to fill out a quick form with their information. We use an electronic system for fast check-in and better security.
At check-in you'll receive a sticker tag for you and for your child.
- If we need to page you during service we'll use the code on your sticker tag
- In order to pick your child up at the end of service, present your sticker tag to the kid's ministry volunteer
We aim for gospel transformation, not just behavior modification.
Kids get to engage with eager and loving volunteers who are ready to play and learn about the Bible on their level.
Baby Briars | Infant - 2 years
Briar Patch | 2 years - 3 years
Orchard | Pre-K - Kindergarten
Clubhouse | 1st grade - 2nd grade
The Zone | 3rd grade - 5th grade
Leaps N Bounds | Special Needs Ministry
We see a pattern set in Deuteronomy 6 for parents to follow as they lead their families in discipleship. They are to love God with all their hearts, souls and minds, and they are to teach their children to do the same.
You are the primary voice for your kids, sharing the gospel of Jesus with them in everyday life. We want to come alongside you to reinforce the story of God as your kids begin to understand their own story.
Download FREE Songs for Saplings music! Teach your kids about the nature of God through song as you go about your day:
"Thirty Scripture verses that communicate the Gospel and thirty questions with answers that explain these verses. Composing "Vol. 2: The Fall and Salvation" was one of the biggest blessings of my life. Not only did this bring me to understand the Gospel much better, but I now had a toolbox of memorized knowledge that I could draw from to share the Gospel." - Dana Dirksen