Our team is committed to helping your child pursue what God has for them in a fun, creative, and relevant way.
What We Do
Partnering with parents to develop kid's faith.
Your First Visit
You’ll see our Kids Check-In Station where a friendly volunteer will greet your family and take a few moments getting to know you (names, contact info, etc) in order to make sure we’re serving your family in the best way possible.
What to Expect
Our Kids environments are filled with worship, fun activities, interactive lessons, and small groups. We encourage participation and application.
We’ll gather your contact info and provide your child with a sticker containing a unique code. You will receive a tag as well with a matching code that will be used to pick up your child. Children will only be released to parents and family.
Child dedications are a joint expression of a parent’s desire to raise godly children and our
church’s commitment as a church to support you. We invite families with children ages
0 – 4 years to participate in a ceremony
An active place for kids from nursery to 5th grade.
We use lessons, activities, and small groups to help kids grow up in a relationship with God, in service to each other, and to bring Jesus to others everywhere.
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Lesson With Miss Brooke
Videos to Watch
- What did the shepherd do when he lost one of his 100 sheep?
- What did the woman who lost one of her ten coins do?
- What did the father who lost one of his two sons do? Re-read Psalm 23.
- What part in this Bible verse shows us God will never ever stop loving us? (Let the kids explain their answers, but verse 6 is the most obvious choice!)
- What are some ways you can see God’s love for you in your life?
- What kinds of things could you do that might make God stop loving you?
- How does knowing that God will never stop loving you make you feel towards God?
INSTRUCTIONS: Ask the kids to trace one of their hands onto black cardstock paper. After they cut it out, hold the hand upside down (with fingers pointing down) and punch a hole near the top (where the wrist would be) and loop a piece of yarn or string to it. Then, kids can glue cotton balls to both sides of the “palm” and “back” of the hand, leaving the fingers uncovered (these are the sheep’s legs). You can glue on googly eyes to the thumb, too.
SAY THIS: How awesome that Jesus is the kind of shepherd that doesn’t give up on any of His sheep! Hang up your sheep craft somewhere you can see it every day to remind you God will never stop loving you!