We Are All At Different Points In Our Journey Towards Christ.
Sunday mornings are our time to gather together and worship God as a family. In fact, family is very important to us because God created and highly values it. For this reason, we want to provide an opportunity for you to worship with your kids during the music part of the service. When the preaching starts, we release the kids age 3 up to 2nd grade to head to the children’s classrooms with our volunteers, so they can continue worshiping and learning in a fun, kid-friendly environment.
G-Kids is a fun, Christ-centered environment with strict security measures taken to ensure your children are safe. Our trained volunteers will help your kids learn the same material of what is being preached in the main room. So you can ask your kids what they learned and you can continue to the conversation. This is more than childcare. It is church for kids.
Of course, you are welcome to keep your children with you throughout the service, and we provide sermon notes for kids older than 2nd grade and for parents who choose to keep their children in service with them. Nursery is available for ages infant-2 years, and is open for drop-off prior to the beginning of service
Frontline Student Ministry
Frontline Student Ministry is dedicated to making much of Christ by developing a Biblical Worldview and using it as a filter for everything we encounter in this world. We strive to have a proper, biblical, understanding of who God is in light of who we are so that He receives the glory for anything and everything we do. By doing these things we do our best to make a lasting impact on each other, our community, and the Kingdom.
Our vision for Frontline is to partner with parents to develop a ministry centered around the gospel, which is active in our student’s homes, schools, communities, and activities in order to further the reach of the gospel.
Frontline is for students 3rd grade through 12th grade. We meet at the church building on Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm.
For more information contact Nick Lee at [email protected]