Our Sunday morning programming is strategically planned for children and students—designed to work in partnership with you as parents—to help your sons and daughters grow in their faith as followers of Christ and to see the world from a biblical perspective.
From July 9 through September 3, all kids who have completed Kindergarten through 5th grade will enjoy a special Summer Sundays in Children's Ministry. Meeting during the 9:45 am hour only, children will participate in dynamic worship and engaging teaching, combined with fun outdoor games and activities. Childcare for ages birth through entering Kindergarten will be available during all services.
Check out our upcoming events on the right to see what is happening this Sunday!
Our classes use The Gospel Project curriculum, a biblically based, age-appropriate, and God-centered Sunday school curriculum designed to look at God’s plan of redemption throughout the entire Bible over the course of three years.
Our Take It Home Guides are designed to parallel the lessons taught and to help parents teach these same truths at home in a fun, easy way.
Base Camp (six weeks through Pre-K)
In Base Camp, we provide a safe, loving place where we believe even our littlest ones can learn! Regular learning experiences are planned and lessons are reinforced with songs, play and supervised activities designed with the ability of the children in mind, to help them discover who God is, His love for them, and how to love God with all their hearts.
Adventures (kindergarten through fourth grade)
Whether in a rain forest or on a coral reef, children in kindergarten through fourth grade explore what it means to know God, love God and live for Him each day. Adventurers participate in large groups for worship and Bible lessons, then move to small groups led by dedicated volunteers who help personalize the lesson through games, crafts and prayer.
Quest 56 (fifth and sixth grade)
For students in fifth and sixth grade, we build on lessons learned in K through 4th grade to continue the quest of living their lives according to God's plan. Times together include large-group, in-depth Bible lessons and grade/gender-specific small groups designed to help students build stronger relationships with Jesus and with others. Quest 56 also meets on Wednesday evenings. Click on the Quest 56 link on the right to learn more.
Families are encouraged to worship together. However, some younger children have a hard time sitting quietly through the service. Our Family Room, located next to the East Worship Center, is there for you to enjoy the service with your child—offering a comfortable setting to watch the service via video monitors.