We are committed to helping you raise up the next generation to know who God is and who they are in Jesus Christ. And of course, to have fun along the way!
While you're enjoying a worship service designed just for you, we've created a safe, high-energy environment for them to engage with God through worship, Bible stories, and small groups, all facilitated under trusted adult leadership. You'll find worship services and activities for your kids during regular weekend services and on Wednesday night!
The doors to all of our Children's areas open 30 minutes before service begins. You may check in your child at an available station or at the check-in counter! You and your child will be given badges with matching numbers - your child will wear the name badge portion, and you'll keep the parent tag! After service, you'll return to your child's room and show your tag in order for your child to be released to you. In the event that we need to contact you during service, your child's badge number will show on the screen in the auditorium. Please step away from service and come to the check-in counter.
The Bible is brought to life through fun, creative, and interactive story telling. Children will learn to apply biblical principles to their own life through drama, object lessons, and games.
We want your children to love to come to church, which is why we always plan tons of fun for them while they're here. Each age group will experience a high-energy, dynamic atmosphere with plenty of time to laugh and play games.
The care and safety of your children is one of our top priorities. Our staff and volunteers are highly-trained, and our secure check-in/check-out process is designed to help you rest assured that while you are enjoying your worship service, your children are safe and well cared-for.
Our highly-trained staff and volunteers are intentional about building healthy relationships with the children in our care and encouraging them to build relationships with one another. Our staff and volunteers seek to minister to them on their level through age-appropriate small-group activities and discussion.
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