chilrens-ministry-1Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14


We take this verse seriously and endeavor to make sure we do all we can to lead kids to Christ. It is our desire to make kids aware of a loving and compassionate God who wants to develop a relationship with them. We feel that it is imperative that parents are assured that while they are in a Sunday Morning Worship Service or a Special Service that their child is being well cared for and led to Jesus.


Goal: To nurture children in the Word so that they will grow in their knowledge and understanding of the Lord and relationship with the Lord.


Nursery (up to age 3)

Nursery is provided during our Sunday Morning Worship Service for infants and toddlers through age two.

We have a special place in our hearts for your littlest ones. Our nursery is safe and well equipped, with caring staff to provide your baby with love and care. It is our desire that you are free to partake in the service and enter into God’s presence as we care for your precious children. For those who would like to keep their child with them in the service we provide a Mother’s room with an audio feed of the service in the event that you need to leave the sanctuary.

We believe that our nursery is more than just baby-care, it’s a teaching ministry. As Christ’s followers ministering to babies and toddlers, we have an opportunity to “be Jesus” to the little ones entrusted to our care. Just like Jesus, we can show them the love of God through our loving words and actions. Our desire is to provide a safe, warm and loving environment for babies and toddlers so their experience in church is positive.


Kingdom Kids (ages 3 – 5)

Kingdom Kids is provided each Sunday Morning for children from 3 – 5 years of age.


Children’s Church (grades 1 – 4)

Children’s Church is provided each Sunday Morning for children in grades 1st – 3rd


(The children will remain in the service until the Pastor dismisses them prior to the sermon)

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