Our Children's Ministry provides faith development opportunities for Pre-K through 5th Grade students and their families.
The joy, energy, and curiosity of children affirm the goodness of God. We encourage our children to grow into their faith in an environment that is welcoming, safe, and loving. We want our children to discover and experience God’s love for them in relatable, tangible ways that foster their creativity and playfulness. Through group learning centers, imaginative play, weekly meetings, and summer camps, we offer our children sacred, fun space in which to question, explore, and wonder.
Faith Development Classes meet from 10:10-10:55am on Sunday mornings.
During weekly Faith Development Classes, our Pre-K and Elementary students are encouraged to learn fundamental teachings of the Christian faith in an loving, creative, and interactive class setting. Teachers guide students in learning about their faith in lessons that are engaging and hands-on. As children interact with one another and scripture, they are able to discover the important role that God and church play in their lives.
Join us each month for FAM Events.
Families with Pre-K and Elementary aged children are invited to join us for monthly FAM (Families Active in Ministry) Events. These events are designed to let families spend time bonding and playing together, while also getting to form relationships with other families within the congregation. Whether we are having a Gingerbread Building Competition, enjoying a picnic, or heading to the trampoline park, we find ways to connect with God and each other! You can visit our Events page for details on our next FAM Event.
Walk of Faith
For students who are discerning a call to be baptized, we have our Walk of Faith program. Walk of Faith is a mentor-based program where children are paired with a mentor of their choice to spend 10 weeks together reading through the New Testament, discussing Christian faith, and deciding if they feel ready to be baptized. Walk of Faith allows students to embark upon the journey towards baptism at their own pace while accompanied by a supportive adult with whom they can ask questions and offer reflections.