Creating environments where the next
generation will be known and experience God.

Ministry Info Events


We have safe, fun and interactive environments for children to connect with friends and learn more about God’s best for their lives. In all we do for children, our team provides consistent and caring leaders who work to partner with parents as they raise their children to be difference makers in their schools, homes and city.


When you arrive at one of our campuses, look for the Children’s Check-In area. A staff member or volunteer will answer any questions you may have, help you get checked in and find the correct room for your child.

All volunteers and staff are background-checked and trained before volunteering, so rest assured, your children are in safe hands.

Our Children's ministry takes place during weekend services.


While parents attend our worship service,
children birth through pre-K will be lovingly
cared for in a fun, safe and secure environment.

This month, we're focusing on the Basic Truth: Jesus wants to be my friend forever.
In January, we are teaching that because Jesus is God's Son, He can do anything! With God all things are possible. Throughout their lives, children will encounter things they can't do. But, in Jesus, they have a friend who can do it all. There is no better friend than Jesus.


Matthew 19:26 is the verse children will be learning this month. Below are the motions for this verse, or you can watch the video.
With God (point both hands up)

all things (spread your arms out in a moving circle in front of your body)

are possible (two thumbs up),

Matthew 19:26 (open your hands like a book).


Weekly Bible Story: Water to Wine (John 2:1-11)

Bottom Line: Jesus can do anything.
Weekly Bible Story: Catching Fish (Luke 5:1-7)

Bottom Line: Jesus can do anything.
Weekly Bible Story: Feeding 5,000 (Mark 6:31-44)

Bottom Line: Jesus can do anything.
Weekly Bible Story: Walking on Water (Matthew 14:22-33)

Bottom Line: Jesus can do anything.


In a safe and secure atmosphere, children enjoy small and large group environments where they engage in Bible stories and activities related to a monthly Life App.

By the time our Kidventure children graduate from fifth grade, we want them to understand:
1. I need to make the wise choice.
2. I can trust God no matter what.
3. I need to treat others the way I want to be treated.


Knowledge is learning something new so you can be better at whatever you do. Many of us have dreamed of being the next contestant on our favorite game show. We all want to drop some knowledge and win a fabulous prize. But if you think about it, knowledge is a prize in itself! It's important for us to learn something new so we can be better at whatever we do.
God Time Card, Week 1
God Time Card, Week 2
God Time Card, Week 3
God Time Card, Week 4
Memory Verse Challenge Card


"The Lord gives wisdom. Knowledge and understanding come from his mouth!" Proverbs 2:6, NIrV


Weekly Bible Story: The Boy Jesus at the Temple (Luke 2:41-52)

Weekly Bottom Line: 
Knowing God is the most important thing.
Weekly Bible Story: Jesus' Baptism (John 1:19-42)

Weekly Bottom Line: 
If you want to know God, start with Jesus.
Weekly Bible Story: Jesus Is Tempted in the Desert (Luke 4:1-13)

Weekly Bottom Line: 
Discovering what's in the Bible can help you make the wise choice.
Weekly Bible Story: Jesus and John the Baptist (Matthew 11:1-6)

Weekly Bottom Line: 
If you don't understand something about God, ask.


No one will have more influence on your child than YOU! We believe that what happens at home is more important than what happens at church. It is our hope that we can partner with you from the very beginning. We will encourage you and resource you to raise your child to know what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Child Dedication is an opportunity to celebrate a young child and to commit yourselves as parents to train up your child in a way that will honor God. Child Dedication is more than an event. It is an opportunity for you to take some time at the beginning of your journey as a parent to really think about what will matter the most in the life of your child, to decide what you value and what you can do today to have the greatest impact on your child's future.

If you have a child you wish to dedicate, here are your next steps:

1. Sign up for parent orientation and child dedication.

2. Download the homework, print and answer the questions. Bring completed homework to the Parent Orientation.


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