Where kids in grades 1-5 want to have fun and find a place to belong!
9:30 am – Kidz in the Word – Our elementary children in 1st – 5th grade all report to the Children’s Ministry Center (CMC – M229) to start off their Sunday mornings. CMC doors open 20 minutes prior to our 9:30 start time. We begin with a few minutes of free time for kids to play games and interact with other students and their teachers. At 9:30, the kids and teachers all meet together for corporate worship and the introduction of the morning lesson. At 9:45, the kids are dismissed from the CMC to go to class with their teachers for the bulk of their lesson time. They return at 10:30 to be picked up by parents or they stay for our second hour of teaching.
11:00 am – KidzWorship – Grades 1-5 all come together in M229 (CMC) to continue the lesson theme for the day. Our time includes a large group teaching session, activities for the kids to participate in and small group time where kids are asked to discuss the theme for the day and how they can apply it to their lives. Kids are picked up by a parent at 12:00 pm.
Wednesday Nights: KidzConnect
September – April, 7:00-8:30 pm: Through interactive activities and small group sessions, kids get the chance to connect with each other and with our volunteers. We focus on how to live out our faith in tangible ways. Everyone starts out in the Children’s Ministry Center (CMC – M229) and returns to this room for dismissal.
Although children in grades 1-5 may be dropped off for Wednesday night activities, they should be registered in advance of each session, using a provided form or the online registration.
- Elementary children must be checked in at one of our check in areas before going to class.
- All children grades 1-5 must be picked up by a parent. No child is allowed to leave without a parent/ guardian.
- We are a Peanut-Free Zone in the Elementary Area.
Kids’ Choir (grades 1-5):
Wednesdays at 6:15 pm in the Choir Room (M7)
The Kids’ Choir (grades 1-5) is a great way for children to learn to express themselves and worship God through music.