Join us for rKids where children are rooted in love and grounded in truth.

Sunday Mornings: Classes 8:10-8:9:30am & 9:30-10:30am with Children's Church from 10:45-12pm

And if you have a child K-6th grade, join us for BIBLE BLAST on Wednesday evenings from 6:45-8pm

 

Our vision is that children would grow to know God more fully, love him more deeply, and serve him more freely.

 

  • Children grow when God’s word is taught. We believe kids are capable of learning deep truths about God, his word, and his church. You can expect in-depth Bible study, memory verse challenges, prayer, and discussion.
  • Children grow in an atmosphere of joy. We laugh often, craft, play, dance, and sing.
  •  Children grow when they feel secure. We seek to surround our children with many caring workers, and we especially welcome parents to serve. We screen our volunteers and offer a secure check-in system.
  • Children grow when the family unit is strong. We seek to minister to the whole family.  We want to be an ally to you as you lead, teach, and inspire your child. Look for rKids family events throughout the year, and ask about how you can be involved in the children’s ministry.
This October in rKids we will be looking at what the Bible has to say about stewardship! Jesus put stewardship into action. He used the time He had on earth wisely, never wasting a moment, but always working towards God’s plan. He used what He had from bread and fish to dirt and spit—to perform miracles, helping people see and eat. Everything Jesus did showed us how we can take care of God’s stuff by using it the way that points people to God and fulfills the mission God has for our lives.   STEWARDSHIP: Taking care of what you have because it all belongs to God. The Memory Verse for this month: Luke 16:10a “Suppose you can be trusted with something very little. Then you can also be trusted with something very large.”

This October in rKids we will be looking at what the Bible has to say about stewardship! Jesus put stewardship into action. He used the time He had on earth wisely, never wasting a moment, but always working towards God’s plan. He used what He had from bread and fish to dirt and spit—to perform miracles, helping people see and eat. Everything Jesus did showed us how we can take care of God’s stuff by using it the way that points people to God and fulfills the mission God has for our lives.

 

STEWARDSHIP: Taking care of what you have because it all belongs to God.

The Memory Verse for this month: Luke 16:10a “Suppose you can be trusted with something very little. Then you can also be trusted with something very large.”