The Elementary Ministry exists to partner with parents in the evangelizing and discipling of their children. Our goal is to combat the world’s agenda with a radically different one that upholds the glory of God and His work in our lives and in the world. Through the children’s curriculum and loving teachers, we seek to present the whole council of God in a way they understand their ultimate need to treasure Christ above all things.
Ages: 1st – 6th Grade
Contact Doug Young, our Family Ministries Coordinator, with questions or comments.
For more information on our Family Ministries, please see our Family Ministry Brochure (PDF).
9:15 am.............Teachers receive children in classrooms
9:30 am.............Sunday School
Children study biblical truths from Children Desiring God curriculum. Studies include the history of redemption, the names of God, the attributes of God, the promises of God, and more.
10:30 am...........Children's Worship (1st & 2nd grade)
Families worship together during the first half of the morning worship service. Children in 1st and 2nd grade are then invited to Children's Worship- a time of worship through teaching, prayer, and music. This is a parental choice, and children are always welcome to stay through the entire morning service. There is no Children's Worship on the first Sunday of each month.
6:15 pm.............Kingdom Kids Wednesday (K-6th grade)
Children participate in inductive and topical Bible studies integrating hands on activities and music. Children are currently the nature of wisdom.
Special Events & Family Fellowships
We regularly often special events to help develop fellowship between families and other church members.
October 20.......Calvary Children's Home (Orphanage) Mission Trip
December 2.....Christmas Program
December 12...Christmas Party
February 16....Bridges to Recovery (Homeless Shelter) Mission Trip
April................Family Camping Trip
June 3-7..........Vacation Bible School
July 8-12.........Camp Arrowwood
In addition to the special events listed above, we encourage families to regularly plan new events, whether it be a family cookout, a mothers’ day out, play dates at the park, or any other family-oriented events.