Our children are our future.  We take responsibility of preparing them for a  full spiritual life seriously.  Teaching them about God's word and the message of salvation, equips them throughout their lives with hope.  Everyday they are forming a view of the world and their place in it.  It is critical to guide them and show them a positive example.  We endeavor to teach them about God with love and kindness and make their church experience something they remember fondly.  We make it fun and entertaining for them..  They should love coming to church and spending time with friends and their church family.


We understand how precious your babies are to you as they are to us.  Rest assured that we will provide loving care and attetnion to them while you enjoy the worship service. The nursery volunteers have a heart for the children and are very able to provide them with excellent care. The nursery is just across the foyer from the sanctuary.  It is a safe, clean environment for our children.  Visit with us as you place your 0 - 3 year old in our care.


Children pre-kindergarten through elementary may be checked in 30 minutes prior to the start of worship service.  3 and 4 year olds will be in the pre-K class, 5 and 6 year olds will be in the K - 1st grade class, 7 - 9 year olds in the 2nd to 4th grade class,  5th graders have their own class and middle school children theirs.  High schoolers have their own class.

All classes meet together for music worship at 10:30 am for 20 minutes and classes are assigned following.  Typical class activities include age appropriate bible lessons, crafts and activities. Snacks are provided.

Through energetic worship, prayer time and classroom instruction, The Worship, The Word & The Way, Bible curriculum is designed to help children discover who God is and what He has done. Children learn the stories of the Bible from Genesis through Revelations, through age appropriate activities that make the stories come alive.  They learn practical ways to apply the truths of the stories to their everyday lives.