Children’s Church Sunday Morning 10am
Who’s it for? Grades K-5 during the regular church service hour
Following the music worship time, the children will head out of the sanctuary for a dynamic program designed specifically for them. This high-energy environment will combine engaging Bible stories with games and activities. Children will be taught how to apply the truths of the Bible to their daily lives in real, practical ways. Children’s church is run on a 4-week cycle where children go to class during the sermon time for 3 weeks and then stay in the church the entire time the 4th week.
Royal Ambassadors (RAs)
Who’s it for? Boys in grades 1 through 5
RAs is a dynamic program specifically designed to appeal to boys in elementary school and encourage them to grow into strong young men of God. This active group cannot be contained within 4 walls and is often found camping in the woods or racing cars (on a smaller scale, no driver’s license required!) Each week Bible stories and real-life accounts of the adventures of missionaries around the globe are presented through lively discussion, games, and activities. In RAs, boys learn to see the world in a whole new way, through God’s eyes, and understand how they can be a part of what God is doing in their schools and neighborhoods. Hands-on mission opportunities such as packing boxes for Operation Christmas Child, cleaning yards, and helping prepare materials for our mission teams to take to El Salvador gives the boys a chance to be missionaries in their own community.
Girls in Action (GAs)
Who’s it for? Girls in grades 1 through 5
GAs is a unique program focused on God’s work around the world and how we can all be a part of that work. Engaging bible stories and activities point girls to the value God places on His people and how desperately He wants to reach them. Scripture memorization is also emphasized to help girls hide His word in their own hearts. Girls gain a biblical worldview by experiencing other cultures through food, music, games, and fun. We highlight ways the GAs can demonstrate Christ’s love to others in their schools and community, giving them opportunities to do hands-on mission work (packing boxes for Operation Christmas child, delivering homemade cards and candy to people living in our neighborhood, preparing materials for our mission teams headed to Guatemala, making gifts for college students headed back to school, etc.) Our goal is to lay a foundation for solid faith in Christ as their Savior and make missions an important part of the girls’ daily lives.