When we understand how God created us uniquely and on purpose, it makes an awesome difference! How we interact in friendships, at school and in family relationships can be transformed. Children & Family Ministries is focusing on inviting children and their families into these truths as they learn to live out their identity in Jesus. Learn more.
Children focus on Bible stories, worship and crafts. Learn more.
SUNDAYs & midweek
All children must be registered each new school year for Sunday and midweek programs.
Sundays, September–May, 9:30 & 11am, Main Campus
This large group/small group experience encourages children to discover who Jesus is and shows them how to put their faith into practical action.
Sundays, September–May, 11am, Room 11
Students in grades 4 & 5 are encouraged to see how God is available at any given moment. Children learn through group prayer, journaling, praying scripture and discovering to hear God’s voice.
Sundays, September–April, 5–6:30pm, Kids Center
The Awana program (ages 3–grade 6) is offered as a fun approach for early evangelism and discipleship. Scripture-based programs and games promote Bible study and help children develop faith in Christ. Childcare for infants is available for volunteers.
Wednesdays, September–April, 6:30–8pm, Kids Center
This is an additional opportunity for children (preschool–grade 5) to form healthy friendships, learn to apply biblical principles to everyday situations, memorize verses and develop life skills in a safe and fun environment.
1st Sundays, March–May, 9:30am, Family Center C1
Parents gather for prayer and to be equipped with scripture related to parenting. Learn more.
2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 9am–12pm, Main Campus
This parent-driven resource to homeschooling families provides opportunities for classes and activities to enrich the learning experience. Email the homeschool group to learn more.
For boys and girls in grades 3 & 4. Contact Joe Trimble at 612-385-7042. League information.
God works through ordinary people to lead and transform the lives of children. Check out some ways you can make a difference in the next generation. Learn more.