We are invested in making disciples of our children and teaching them to disciple others.
We are currently only offering nursery and preschool options on Sunday mornings. Children (K-5th) remain in the sanctuary with their families and receive a special message and notebook to help keep them engaged in the service.
During this pandemic, we will do our best to staff the nursery and preschool rooms at our 9AM and 11AM services. However, situations may arise in which childcare will need to be canceled. Please make sure you enroll nursery and preschoolers in the children’s wing before the start of the worship service.
Every Sunday morning, we provide a safe environment for kids from 6 months through fifth grade where they can learn about Jesus and connect with each other. Kids stay with you for the first part of the service to participate in musical worship as a family.
Each Sunday, you will need to walk your child or children to their age-specific classroom during the 5-minute break. For our youngest kids, please sign them in on the form and include your cell number. We will text you if your child needs you during the service.
Our Kids Ministry volunteers are the heartbeat of our program, and it’s an honor to serve with each and every one of them as they care for and teach our kids each week! Every volunteer who leads in the Kids Ministry is committed to making the ministry a safe, Biblically-relevant, and fun environment for your kids.
Thank you so much for helping us as we strive to make our Kids' Ministry a safe environment for your kids to learn about Jesus.
At Life Church, our program takes kids through the Gospel Project® for Kids. The Gospel Project® is a chronological, Christ-centered Bible that examines how all Scripture gives testimony to Jesus Christ. Over the course of three years, our kids journey from Genesis to Revelation and discover how God’s plan of redemption unfolds throughout scripture and still today, and they are invited to join the mission of God. Each week the kids learn a story from the Bible and how that story is connected to the large story of redemption.