Child Protection & Safety Policy

  • All children’s and youth workers are members of this church and have been screened by the Child Protection Safety Committee, approved by the Church Board, and have completed a criminal background check, if applicable.
  • Church nursery and classrooms are staffed by highly qualified, trained, and approved workers.
  • Our "Policy for Children and Youth" is available upon request.

Sunday @ 9:30AM

Sunday School is for infants through high school students. This critical hour of teaching reinforces the Christian Education that you provide at home by allowing them to experience God's Word. Students study God’s Word through our Faith Weaver and L.I.V.E. curriculum. 

Sunday @ 10:30AM

All children are welcome to remain with their family for the entire service.  Childcare is provided during worship for infant–2 years in the nursery and 3-4 years in the toddler room.  During the sermon any child who doesn't stay with their family can join Kids Own Worship where they will begin with group music and then separate into two groups:
  • Group 1: preschool through first graders
  • Group 2: second through fifth graders. 
Once a month the kids experience an adventure as they explore a different country through B.G.M.C (Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge).  To learn more about B.G.M.C visit Missions.


Sunday @ 6:00PM

On Sunday nights your kids have an opportunity to come to “big church” where they can experience songs of worship, giving in the offering, listening to Pastor’s sermon, and praying with mom and dad. If they’re young, you might want to bring a “church bag” of small quiet toys, puzzles, coloring books, and crayons as there is no childcare provided on Sunday evening. This special service prepares us for our week ahead, is relaxed, and refreshing to kids and parents alike.

Wednesday @ 6:30PM

Your kids will experience a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ through an award-based program through Royal Rangers and National Girl’s Ministries Mpact Clubs. 

        National Girls Ministries (NGM)
The Five-Fold Purpose of National Girl’s Ministries is: 
  • To win girls to Jesus Christ through love and acceptance 
  • To teach them to obey everything Jesus commanded us—developing girls spiritually and mentally 
  • To provide encouragement, support, and accountability through lasting Christian relationships 
  • To provide an environment for girls to develop their gifts and abilities 
  • To acquaint them with the Great Commission of Jesus Christ our Lord 

Royal Rangers
Royal Rangers is a mentoring program for future men. We provide Christlike character formation and servant leadership development for boys and young men in a highly relational and fun environment. Our mission is to evangelize, equip, and empower the next generation of Christlike men and lifelong servant leaders.



Sunlight Kids is for boys and girls ages 0-2. This group requires parents to stay for the adult Bible Study so they are readily available if their little one need them. Sunlight Kids intentionally focuse on one foundational Bible Story per month and includes a story, activity, play time, snack time, and a Bible verse.


Rainbows Club is for preschool boys and girls ages 3-5 (if not in kindergarten) and involves an exciting Bible story, crafts, full-color activity pages, and games for this preschool club. Rainbows add colorful animal badges to their vests as they complete requirements for the achievement program.  


 Daisies and Prims Club is for girls in kindergarten-2nd grades. Daisies and Prims make life applications from Bible stories and principles they learn and earn colorful badges depicting their club characters as they complete requirements for the achievement program.  


 Stars Club is for girls in 3rd-5th grades. Girls make their way up the "Stairway of the Stars" achievement program as they complete units in four areas: basic Christian doctrine, missions, activities, and character development.  

 Friends Club is for girls in 6th-8th grades. This club provides discussion-oriented lessons to continue the Titus 2 principle of women mentoring young girls. Topics of study include the sanctity of life, accountability, commitment to Christ, life-controlling problems, purity, and choices.  


 Girls Only Club is for girls in 9th-12th grades.  Discussion-oriented units include women in ministry, college and career, truth, dating, pro-life vs. pro-choice, and attitude.  



 Ranger Kids is for boys kindergarten-2nd grades.  The Trail is a plan of advancement through learning—from experiences and activities—and being recognized for their learning. It is designed to offer every boy adventure and fun.  


Discovery Rangers is for boys 3rd-5th grades. Being a Discovery Ranger will give a boy many chances to learn new skills ranging from music to camping to sports while learning about God and His Word.  


Adventure Rangers  is for boys in 6th-8th grades.  We believe every great challenge a young man accepts helps to build his character, increase his determination to achieve, and improve his ability to set goals and fulfill them.  Adventure Rangers is an opportunity to accept the great challenge of leadership.


Expedition Rangers is for boys in 9th-12th grades.  We help develop young men who have the skills to make good sound decisions, strong moral character, exemplify leadership skills, and are founded in the Word of God.


Vacation Bible School (Summer)

Each summer a special week of activities is planned in the evening from 6:30-8:00p.  Bible Adventures, Snacks, Science Experiments, Games, and great Music make this an event that your child will not want to miss. Vacation Bible School includes active, hands-on learning and movement from station to station giving your kids a quick moving evening that is gone before they know it.  

Special Events

Each year our kids (kindergarten or age five through 8th grades) participate in a special event with our Christmas children’s choir. Music practices begin the first Sunday in October during the adult worship time and continue through December. A dress rehearsal is held the Saturday before the performance, and the program is held on a Sunday evening.