Children's Ministries

Our children's ministries blend worship and discipleship together to help children form their faith. These age-appropriate experiences help children to grow in their relationship with God and deepen their understanding of God's story. 

We also believe that the entire church has a part to play in a child's faith formation. Our intergenerational ministries are just as important for children's spiritual development as they are for older church members.

  • Church School (grades k-5)

    Children gather on Sunday morning at 9:00-9:45 a.m. to learn about God. The curriculum is designed to deepen their relationship with God, each other, and their neighbors. For example, children learn about worship by creating and leading a worship time for residents of a senior living center.

  • Catechism (Grades 6-8)

    The Heidelberg Catechism takes center stage with grades six through eight. This important and church-shaping document is taught in an engaging way that connects the questions found in the catechism with the issues of today. Catechism meets Sunday mornings before church from 9:00-9:45 a.m.

  • Children's Worship

    Children ages four through second grade have their own time of worship during the worship service. They gather with their families for the first part of our worship service before heading off to sing, hear a Bible story, reflect through art, and pray. This time of worship is based on the Children and Worship approach to spiritual formation.

  • Little Lambs

    Two- and three-year-olds meet together during our normal worship time. They gather for the whole service to sing, listen to Bible stories, and enjoy a snack.