Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."
God calls the family to play a vital role in discipling children. How this is accomplished varies from family to family and is as unique as the DNA of each home. Family discipleship isn’t one-size-fits-all, and it isn’t easy—even the most intentional of Christian parents may find themselves at a loss as to how to begin. We want to come alongside parents to help them craft their own approach to family discipleship.
We encourage families to worship together during our weekend services. This is especially true for middle school and high school students, as we hope to integrate them into the life of the church where they can live out our mission with their parents and other adults. We believe that vibrant family discipleship can take shape through family worship.
In our Children's ministry, we work to continue building up a strong, gospel-centered foundation for our children. We do this by teaching our kids about the nature and character of God—that He is wise, generous, loving and good. Our hope is to partner with parents in the discipleship of their children by creating environments, curriculum and resources that center on the gospel of Jesus Christ. Parents have the option of allowing their children to go to children's church during our main worship service. In Children's church, we worship through song, tell stories from the Bible and gather in small groups by age to talk about Scripture together.
Children's Sunday school; 9 AM-10 AM
Sign your child in for Sunday School at our welcome center desk or download our KidMin smartphone app to do it before you arrive.
Children's Church; 10:45 AM
If you choose for your child to participate in Children's church, they will be led out of the sanctuary right before the sermon begins.