The Children’s Network strives to help each child associate with God, Jesus, and the Bible. Our goal is to teach children how to solve problems, share, and express themselves. We also gear them towards thinking of their home as a place of love and security.
Our Children’s Ministry is designed to teach children ages six months through high school how to understand the Bible and worship God at their level. Our services parallel with the adult worship service in the following ways: recognition of first time visitors, testimonies, offerings, prayer requests, Ministry of the Word and Altar calls coupled with loads of fun activities.
Sunday School Schedule
10:15am – 11:15am
10:30am – 11:15am
Ministry (lesson, discussion, Q&A, related activities)
11:15am – 11:30am
Rap-up of lesson & pickup
11:30am – 11:45am
Pick Up Time or transition to Children’s Church
Nursery and Children’s Church meets every Sunday in the small building from 11:30am – 2:30pm EXCEPT for 3rd Sunday.
On 3rd Sundays which is youth Sunday all children worship in the adult service.
Being apart of the children ministry enables our children to overcome shyness even to the point where they are able to perform in church concerts, events, and even competing statewide.
Older teens are able to perform in various ministries such as dance, mime, human video and teen talent.
CHILDREN’S MINISTRY GOALS
Our goals are that each child be proficient in the following areas:
Memorize and recite assigned scripture verses and Bible ABC’s
Know doctrinal explanations of scripture reference for salvation, healing, prayer, prosperity, faith, communication and sin
Know details about Bible Stories
Know some pertinent facts about how God used people in the Bible
Lead another person to the Lord (salvation)
It is our responsibility to create an environment for our children to hear God’s voice. Our children will know God’s purpose for their lives, the power He has in their lives and the praise that they are to offer the Lord for all that He is doing in and through them.
Our children are a priority to us. Thus, it is our responsibility to instill in them godly principles and a biblical foundation for their future. We must teach our children the things of God and train them to share Jesus with others.
We have been commissioned to develop the whole child within biblical constraints, to instill Christian and godly values in an environment that is conductive to their spiritual growth and development.