Sunday School- 9:30 am
Sunday Children's Worship- 10:45 am
(dismissed from the regular worship service)
Wednesday Night Launch- 6:45 pm
Pastor Bradley has worked in children's ministry since 2007. He is passionate about communicating the truths of God's Word to children in engaging and memorable ways. He hopes to equip families to live out the command of Deuteronomy 6:4-9, to instruct their children in the Scriptures by both word and example.
We approach children's ministry with the mindset that the family is the best context for Christian instruction. This is modeled in Deuteronomy 6:4-9, 2 Timothy 3:14, and many other Scripture passages. The purpose of our ministry is not only to train children, but to equip parents to train their children. This approach helps children understand that the Christian life is all-encompassing. It doesn't start and stop at the doors of the church building.
We utilize Desiring God for our Sunday School classes. We have found this curriculum to be rich in theology, driven by Scripture, and centered on Christ.
We have a unique approach in our Sunday Children's Worship. Pastor Eddie (Senior Pastor) and Pastor Bradley (Children's Pastor) work together in preaching through books of the Bible. With age-appropriate delivery, your children will hear the same message in their preaching time as parents hear in their preaching time. This allows families to discuss the message together through the week.
Each week "Family Worship Guides" are distributed for parents and children to interact.
Our Wednesday evening curriculum is awesome! We use "The Praise Factory." This curriculum provides a comprehensive survey of systematic theology in a way that kids can understand. It is designed to take six years to complete (K-5th grade) and answers 104 questions about God. The kids will learn these truths about God through stories from the Bible, church history, Scripture verses put to music, hymns, and many other activities. Through this curriculum your child will have the opportunity to learn how to see God, each other, and the rest of the worldthe way that Scripture presents them.