Kids | Weekend Services
Saturday, 5P | Sunday, 9A & 11A
(KidVenture opens 20 minutes prior to each service)
Early Childhood (Infant-Kindergarten)
The first steps of a child’s journey begin here! Little ones are shown love and acceptance by trained caregivers who nurture and teach them about Jesus. Toddlers learn biblical truths using a variety of methods and can play on their very own musical-fun playground!
Note: Parent Rooms are located in the back of the Worship Center on the first floor, and allow you to view the service while caring for your infant.
Kids will experience fun activity stations, creative Bible stories, crafts games and snacks that help them understand that God loves them, God made them and Jesus is their forever friend. They even have their very own forest-themed playground with trees and animals!
Elementary (1st – 6th Grades)
The Reef* (1st-2nd Grades), and The MPR (3rd-6th Grades), are the weekend ventures for elementary. Kids participate in large group worship time then break into small groups. Small groups are where kids connect with others and grow in their relationship with Christ. Large group time includes kid-style songs and the creative teaching of God’s Word through drama, video and stories!
*The Reef has its own underwater theme playground!
Special Needs (Birth – 6th Grades)
Our desire in KidVenture is to encourage kids to become authentic Christ followers. Kids with special needs are no exception! We welcome children and families with special needs so that we may be able to minister to their spiritual needs by providing the greatest experience possible in learning about God’s love, as well as providing loving support to their families. More info
Worship Together (1st – 6th Grades)
Worship Together means that children (1st-6th grades) and students (7th-12th grades) join their parents in the Worship Center rather than have their own programming. Though the message content is still directed towards adults, there is a sensitivity to the fact that children and students are in the room. Some components that might be added to appeal to children/students are: drama, video, interactive components, children/student representation on stage, worship songs, etc. There will also be a children’s bulletin for kids every time children are included in the service.