Sat 5p, Sun 9:15 & 11:15a
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Our Pastor of CompassKids, Dan Huffman
We would be thrilled to have you part of our Children's Ministry! As a parent, you know first-hand how tough it is to raise kids - especially kids who love and follow Jesus. The good news is, you are not alone. We believe that God has called the Church to come alongside parents by equipping and supporting them. When parents and the church work together, we are much more effective in passing our faith to our kids. So, let's combine our influence and help kids Find & Follow God.
Read more in our Welcome Guide HERE.
We've designed a fun, engaging, and faith-forming environment just for kids! Here's more info about what you can expect.
We partner with parents to raise kids that love and follow Jesus. Drive Time is our tool to equip you to drive home our teaching message while you literally drive home.
Your baby's first experience with church will be safe and secure with dedicated, loving, and trained caregivers.
Children meet in a large group, just like the "big kids," hear the same Bible story, sing and dance, and have engaging activities to reinforce the lesson.
We teach the Bible in chronological order, focusing on God's big plan of redemption. Every lesson is infused with high-energy, fun, memorable activities, clear teaching, discussion, application, and even quiet reflection.
This is your child's last year in CompassKids and we want to make it their best!
Awana Community Night is a family midweek ministry that uses the Awana Bible Curriculum for kids 3 years old to 6th Grade. Awana is a non-denominational, international ministry that reaches kids and their families with the gospel.
CompassKids has a classroom for children Ages 4-12 available at our Sunday 9:15a service only. This environment is an option for those whose disability makes our regular classrooms feel overwhelming.
Our Child Dedication Celebration is the partnership between the church and your family so you have the support of a faith community as you build into the spiritual life of your child.