Programs are offered for Saturday, 5:30 p.m.; Sunday, 9:30 and 11:11 a.m. worship services. Children sit with their families during the 8:00 a.m. service. Check in at the Children’s table in the plaza. After checking in, all families begin worship together until children are excused to room 216. Your child's classroom for pick up will be given to you at check-in.
We believe that following Jesus Christ to lead lives that reveal God’s goodness begins with Biblical teachings in a fun and creative way for elementary children. Please join us each week as we discover God’s goodness and build community where life change happens.
Lent begins on 3/5. Come to Worship and receive your Lenten calendar and bank.
This year’s dedicated offering from Children’s Ministries will be going to St. Andrew's Serve partnerships in Tecate, Mexico. For more information on Tecate, click here.
Every weekend, 3rd-6th graders have the opportunity to participate in our Sanctuary worship by symbolically "bringing in the light" at the beginning of worship and "carrying the light out into the world" at the end of worship. This is a centuries-old tradition in the Christian Church called Acolyte. Children who have signed up and gone through Acolyte training are placed on teams throughout the year.
The children's choirs meet on a weekly basis on Wednesday evenings. The Carol Choir, Kindergarten - Third Grade, is at 5:00 - 5:45 p.m. and the Chorister Choir, Fourth - Sixth Grade, is at 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Sign up today! For more info, click here.
January 8 - May 21 (no Shelter on 4/16)
Wednesday nights, 6:30 - 7:45 p.m., drop off and pick up in the Chapel. Shelter is a place where elementary children build community and learn to follow Jesus in an innovative and creative way. A typical night consists of worship through music, games, a Bible lesson and small group discussions.
1/15 - 3/12, 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. (No class on 2/19)
This milestone will teach each third grader how to use their Bibles, memorize scriptures, and equip them to live biblically. Bibles will be given in services the weekend of 3/15-16.
WATCH ministers to the needs of working parents and their families. Parents need quality after-school care for their elementary-age children. The goal is not to duplicate the clubs and athletic activities already available to children but to be a welcoming, homelike place where children will not only be safe, but where they can relax and be assured of their special place in God's world. WATCH provides bus transportation for children from the following elementary schools: Newport Heights, Woodland, Kaiser and Mariners.
For further information contact Pam Gargan, 949.574.2281 or .