Come and experience the fun!
Great fun, great learning, and great teachers make Kids Ministry the place to be for babies through sixth grade on Sunday mornings and throughout the week! Our Bible lessons are age appropriate, interactive, and life applicable. These lessons are taught by our loving, caring, and background checked volunteers who are committed to nurturing a child’s growing faith in Jesus.
You are invited to visit Kids Ministry and experience our commitment to teaching your child sound Biblical principles and truths.
If you are a visiting family, make your first stop the lobby of the Kids and Youth Center. A Kids Ministry staff member will welcome your family, assist with check in and escort you to each child’s classroom. Have questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us on Sunday mornings for age appropriate learning, fun, and a Bible-based message in the Kids & Youth Center.
Friday, August 18 | 5 to 9 PM
What is Ditch the Parents? DTP is for infants-8th grade. From the games and activities, to the food, it is all about kids and fun! Kids meet in their designated classrooms then rotate from one great activity to the next during the entire event. Kids 5th-8th grade have a DTP specialized just for them! High energy games, food and snacks, hang out time, and best of all, no little kids allowed!
Dinner Menu: tba
Sound good? Pre-registration is required. Cost: $15 per child/ $40 family max. We must have the new 2017-2018 school year Medical-Liability Release on file and payment before reservation is confirmed. So we can better prepare, Registration closes at 5 PM on the Wednesday before the event – sorry, no exceptions.
For the most part, we cannot accommodate special requests. If you request that your children not be separated, please note that the older child will go into the younger sibling’s classroom. Otherwise, all children will be assigned to their age-appropriate classroom. We must have at least two weeks advance notice to accommodate special requests.
Pioneer Girls helps kids to have fun, learn new skills, build relationships, study the Bible, and ultimately learn to live for Christ in every aspect of life. Pioneer Girls’ curriculum offers a wide range of skill-building activities that include arts and crafts, camping, sports, personal development, and hobbies. All girls ages 2 years thru 6th grade are welcome.
With Pioneer Girls, you can make sure Christian friends, biblical principles, and important life skills become a part of your child’s busy schedule.
Mondays, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm (September- May)
Cost: $35 registration fee (includes handbook, badges and classroom activities). Call Carolyn at 967-0875 for more information.
Trailblazers is designed specifically for kids in first through fourth grade. Here they will learn Bible stories and truths, play games and make new friends!
Trailblazers meets in Room 8 of the Kids & Youth Center from September – May from 7:00-8:30 PM. This time coincides with multiple other adult activities on campus allowing parents and kids to both grow spiritually.
Calendar: September 2016 – January 2017
Route 56 is a youth group style ministry for preteens that incorporates fun, friendship and Bible teaching that is life applicable.
The Route 56 motto is: Love God, Live Right, and Serve Others!
Route 56 meets in Room 12 from September – May from 7:00-8:30 PM. This time coincides with multiple other adult activities on campus allowing parents and kids to both grow spiritually.
Cherub Choir is for kids three years-old through first grade and meets on Wednesdays from 4-4:45 PM (September-May).
Joy Choir is for kids in second grade through eighth grade.
The Joy Choir is looking for talented kids to participate in an incredibly fun Christmas musical “Check Out That Star!”
Rehearsals begin Sunday, September 24
Choir: 12:30 – 1:30 PM | Drama 1:30 – 2:30 PM
Contact the Worship Ministry Office at 916-967-4784 for more information.
Sprouts is a weekly gathering of kids between one and five years old. Each gathering they will explore our exciting hands-on centers, enjoy inside and outside play, have a yummy snack, and participate in developmentally appropriate arts, crafts, games, and activities.
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