Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we do not have children’s ministries
during the a.m. and p.m. services or Friday night King's Kids.
However, we do plan to restart those ministries as soon as that is possible.
Our mission for VBS each year is to clearly present the Gospel and get excited about God’s Word. Our Vacation Bible School program this year will be in the evening from 6:00 – 8:20 p.m. for 5 days during the summer months. We usually have 40 – 50 workers for this action packed week of ministry. Games and activities, crafts and snack time, are all a part of the adventure. A daily Bible lessons and song time accent the theme of the week. VBS is a very exciting and fruitful week as we reach out to boys and girls age 4 – 14.
We have a Children's Church ministry that takes place during the Sunday morning worship service at 11 AM. Children's Church is for any child from age 2 - 2nd grade. Ages 2 – 4 begin with opening exercises directly after Sunday School at 10:45 a.m. K-2nd grades meet in the Main Auditorium and are dismissed for Children's Church at the hymn before the message. The children enjoy a Bible lesson and activity each week. They often work on scripture memorization and play games to help reinforce their lesson.
The church Nursery is available for all the services and is staffed with faithful ones who attend our church. Our nursery policy is posted and there are specific guidelines that are followed. Parents are given a number and assigned a cubby hole for their child’s personal items as well as a pager in case a parent is needed during the service. The Nursery supervisor oversees this ministry and checks that the workers are there for each service.
King’s Kids is a weekly ministry for children age 4 - 6th grade that meets on Friday nights from 7 – 9 p.m. throughout the regular school year. Each night, children participate in games, learn songs filled with Biblical truth, engage in a Bible lesson, and memorize God's Word, all in a safe and fun environment. At the heart of the ministry are the King's Kids Handbooks, which clubbers work through as they learn Scripture verses, doctrine, and apply it to their lives. The King's Kids year typically ends with an award ceremony, celebrating the clubber's achievements. In addition to regular meetings, there are other monthly activities and special, fun themed nights!