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For children

Sunday Morning

Children’s Ministry seeks to support families by leading children to personally encounter our loving God and realize spiritual truths. With younger children, we desire to lay a foundation of who God is and how much He loves us. For our older kids, we offer strong, focused teaching that God is real, His Word is relevant, and both He and His Word can be trusted. We also desire to expose children of all ages to missions and how God is moving throughout the world. 

We offer Sunday school classes at 9:30am and during the 10:45am worship service for children from birth through grade 5. A private lounge broadcasting the worship service is available for nursing mothers.

Wednesday evening

K’motion: Kicking off the first Wednesday after Labor Day, kids ages 3 through grade 5 meet from 6:30-8:00 p.m. each week during the school year to participate in K’motion. K’motion is a Bible-centered program which aims to reach kids and their families with the Gospel of Christ. We start each night worshipping God through music, followed by an in-depth Scripture teaching and ending with games and scripture memorization.

Special Events

Camp Motion: Each summer, Camp Motion is an affordable full-day camp from 9am–5pm for kids entering grades 1-5. Children choose one track for the morning hours (Sports or Art) and the afternoons are filled with Bible teaching, crafts, games, snacks, group assemblies, songs and loads of fun.

King’s Kids Camp: Each summer, kids entering grades 4-8 head off for an exciting week-long camp. Woven among the fun, laughter and new friends, are Christian values and Gospel lessons. With God’s help many seeds are planted at camp as kids are encouraged to grow in their faith and become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Camp activities include swimming, canoeing, archery, crafts, singing, and a high ropes course for the older campers.

If you have any questions or if we can help you in any way, please contact Kim Sparks, Ministry Team Leader for Children and Youth.