Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need.
What to expect on Sunday mornings:
Visitors with children will be asked to complete a visitor card with basic information for each child in your family.
Children of all ages will start service in the Worship Center with their families.
Kingdom Crawlers (infant--3 years) and Kingdom Sprouts (3 years--Kindergarten) will be dismissed together.
Crawlers & Sprouts will be signed in at our check in table by a parent or guardian outside of their classrooms.
Kingdom Seekers (1st-6th grade) will be dismissed later in the service and will go directly to their classroom. Parents/guardians do not need to sign Seekers in.
To register your child for Kingdom Kids, click here.
NOTE: Registration provides valuable information related to your child's health, contact information, and anything we should know to provide the best care possible.
Our Kingdom Kids Classes
Newborn through 3 years old (and potty-trained)
Our Crawler classroom is staffed with volunteers who love God and love kids. Our focus is on providing a compassionate and nurturing environment to help kids learn the love of Jesus early on.
3 years old (and potty-trained) through completed Kindergarten
Our Sprouts classroom is staffed with volunteers who are gifted in teaching the Word of God in a way that some of our youngest learners can engage with. Their classroom time is a fun mix of music, crafts, play, and Bible stories that keeps them moving and learning.
1st grade through completed 6th grade
In Kingdom Seekers we have a fun mix of worship and learning that we keep exciting through age appropriate music, games, and fellowship. With a focus on the love of Jesus and the truths of His Word, we connect with the kids at a level that helps them have fun and learn.
We know and believe that parents are the primary disciple makers in their kid's lives. Our desire is to partner with families in leading children to a saving relationship with Christ and to help them grow in that relationship.
Our children are the church of today and the church of tomorrow.