Children's Ministries

Our Children’s ministry, known as ‘Kids of the Kingdom’, is designed to join with families in building relationships with Jesus, guiding and leading children in spiritual growth. We offer a space for children to cultivate lifelong friendships; while learning through traditional study, mission work, movement and creativity.

Kids' Klub+

4th Wednesday of every month


The fourth Wednesday of every month Kids Klub+ offers an opportunity for families to share a pizza dinner, and then let the kids have some fun while the parent(s) run errands, or just sit and chat. This program is designed for preschool to fifth grade kids to just HAVE FUN, without the structure of "have-to-dos" that they have had all day long. A few examples of recent Kids Klub+ themes are reindeer games, an indoor snowball fight, and a glow party.

Vacation Bible School

June 19th - June 23rd, 2023


Spin the spinner, beat the clock, skip ahead, level up, and play to win! You’ll need to bring your A-game for this VBS. Twists & Turns is a fantastical celebration of games of all kinds. From classic tabletop games to video games and more, kids will play their way through VBS while learning that Jesus guides them through all the twists and turns of their lives. They’ll find that even when they mess up, it’s never “game over.”


"Kids of the Kingdom" Sunday School

Following Sermon on the Steps


This program is designed for Preschool through 5th grade.  The children begin service with their family.  Early on, children are invited to come forward for the Children's Message.  We call it "Sermon on the Steps".  The pastor will share a sermon topic at a level appropriate for the kids.  They are then dismissed upstairs for Sunday School. We use a United Methodist curriculum to involve a more traditional bible lesson, along with a craft or activity.

Kids On a Mission

KOM meets on the 2nd Sunday of the month during the school year


KOM is a part of our Children and Youth Sunday School programs.  Each month is a different HANDS ON mission project.  Our leaders rotate through the classes each month, sharing information on a different local or international mission and then they do a hands-on project that will benefit that program.  Examples of some of the mission projects we support are Operation Christmas Child, Street Outreach, animal shelters, College Ministry, NIC Units, Heifer Project International, and PET (Personal Energy Transportation vehicles).  KOM also goes beyond the walls of the church to do a park clean up for Earth Day.