Children's Ministry

Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these. 

-Matthew 19:14

The children’s ministry serves infants through fifth graders by helping them to become mature and healthy followers of Christ who worship, love, and glorify God. It’s important to us to be intentional with children in both building relationships with them and teaching them the bible on an age appropriate level. We come alongside parents by equipping and encouraging them.  

Youth and Families Pastor: Matthew Icard, (

Children's Director: Molly Snipes, (

  • Children's Midweek

    Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm, Room 1E6, resumes August 22nd

    Each week the children gather to play and learn about Jesus. They eat a meal together, have a lesson and break into small groups. It's one of the best times of the week!

  • If you're child has never been involved in children's ministry or nursery, you can go ahead and enter their information in our system, so when you get here, all you have to do is check them in instead of filling out a form. Use the link above to pre-register (note: if you fill out the form on Saturday, it's possible it won't get entered into the system for your child on Sunday. Just let the desk worker know and they'll get you squared away quickly).


    Sundays during the sermon (except 5th Sundays), Library

    Kindergarten-2nd grade children are invited to the library during the sermon for ENGAGE our Children's Gospel Engagement Time. During the offertory, children will be dismissed and they will return during the final hymn. Children's Engage will be a weekly opportunity for kids except on 5th Sundays.

  • Memorization Program (CAMP)

    CAMP is our catechism and scripture memory program. Children who complete CAMP earn a partial scholarship to a Christian camp.

    Spring 2022 CAMP

  • Read our child protection policies at the link above or fill out forms to volunteer!

Training children to worship

Children K4 and up join their families for worship on Sunday mornings. Because our congregation  is used to small children in the service, we strive to offer a gracious atmosphere for families who  are training younger children to worship. We provide several tools to help parents and children. There are tables in the foyer with books and crayons for kids who need a little more wiggle room during the service. You can still see and hear the service. There is a Family Room in the foyer of the Worship Center for parents with babies allowing parents to still be a part of the worship service and attend to their young ones.