Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."
Jesus loves kids and children have a special part to play in God’s kingdom. We want to provide our children with a safe and fun place to get to know Jesus, and recognize who they are as sons and daughters of God. We teach them how to live well together, love others, and be influenced by teachers and other adults who care about them. It is a joy to teach kids that they can have a real and personal relationship with God! We were made for realationship with Him – every single one of us – and we believe that kids can (and do) connect with God now.
We are not looking to replace parents, but instead, support parents in raising their children. Our goal is to encourage, provide resources and help the family in any way that we can to promote a healthy family environment and foster deep spiritual growth.
Grand Central Sunday
Grand Central Sunday is an exciting open session format of Sunday school for children in K-5. This engaging experience filled with kids worship songs, exciting games, prayer, offering, skits, object lessons and learning more about the bible happens twice a month.
How We Roll
“God loves me, He wants to know me, and I can know Him.” Our Children’s Program is focused on communicating and encouraging these truths. Components such as scripture memorization, Bible lessons, creative arts, and worship times are grounded in this belief. We also know that kids can hear God. They are an essential part of His family, and His children know His voice. We practice listening to God and praying together in small groups within the safe environment of a classroom.
We know how important caring adults, teens and young adults are in the lives of children. You always remember the person who took the time to talk with you, encourage you, support you, laugh with you, and pray and/or play with you as a child. What a vital role we get to play in the lives of children around us. The old adage, “it takes a village to raise a child,” is true. We would love to have you part of the volunteer team. If you are interested, please contact Greg Marrast.