KidsLife Sunday School, also known as LIFE Groups, is for grades 1-5 meeting in separate classes at 8 am, 9:30 am or 11 am. We average four adults per classroom for maximum supervision and instruction.
AWANA Meets at 5:50-7:30 pm on Sunday evenings during the school year starting after local schools begin. Kids can work at their own pace while gaining recognition and incentives as they progress. Parents can join in our adult evening worship during this program.
Sundays at 4:45 pm.
Children’s choirs are designed to train children in Biblical truths primarily using the medium of music. Other creative and performing arts are employed as well, including drama, movement, and visual art. Each child is placed in a graded choir which offers trained teachers, large and small group time, hands-on experience with musical instruments, and opportunities to perform in church services.
• Angel Choir: Kindergarten
• Music Makers I: 1st Grade
• Music Makers II: 2nd Grade
• Young Musicians Boys: 3rd – 5th Grade
• Young Musicians Girls: 3rd – 5th Grade
This free and exciting weekly event during the school year provides both structured and unstructured activities along with a study room. There is a special spiritual lesson time each day. Limited shuttle transportation is available for selected local elementary schools.
We have three different Upward Sports programs throughout the year: basketball+cheerleading, football+cheerleading, and soccer. Kids will learn a sport and develop important life skills along the way. For more information about Upward Sports click here.
This day camp is for Grades 1 thru 6 (completed), Monday – Thursday 7:45 am – 5:00 pm, and on Friday (Parent’s Day) from 7:45 am – 12:45 pm. This awesome full week of excitement and fun is brought to our church through the Chick-fil-a organization. Learn more.
Join us every summer for an awesome week packed full of fun and adventure for children ages 4 through 5th grade (completed). Every year is a different theme. And it’s FREE!
Girls In Action
Each week girls in grades 1 – 5 and their leaders take a trip to different parts of the world as they learn about missions and missionaries. The goal of GA’s is to instill a lifelong burden for praying, giving and doing missions. As girls complete “WorldVentures,” they are recognized at an annual Recognition Service. They meet each Wednesday, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Main Campus – rooms 203, 206, 210.
Young men study about various missionaries around the world. Beginning with their own life, they see how missions begin with them and then expand to the church, the state and on to the world. There is a mix of mission stories, Bible verses, and activities geared to help them understand the culture and needs of people around the world. At the conclusion of each year there is a Recognition Service to reward them for the work they have completed. RA’s meet on the Peace Hall at the Main Campus in rooms 248, 250 and 252, from 6:30–7:30 pm on Wednesdays.
Running from January-April, Bible Drill helps kids learn lifetime Bible skills and master several scripture passages. This program is for grades 4-12. Local, regional and state competitions are provided. This group meets on Sunday afternoons from 4:15-5 pm.
Are your children angry, hurt, and confused about your separation or divorce? A DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) group is a safe, fun place where your children can learn skills that will help them heal. DC4K groups blend, games, music, stories, videos and discussion to help kids process the divorce and move forward.
DivorceCare for Kids meets on Thursdays from 6-8 pm at the South Campus in Room 403.
Minister to Children