This hour teaches the traditions of our faith including songs, prayers, doxology, worship symbols and the same Bible lesson presented in the service at an age-appropriate level with varied activities. Children may be dropped off to the class, or dismissed from the service at the announced time. Note: There is no dismissal on Communion Sundays. Youth helpers: volunteer here to assist Small Group leaders during our Sunday Morning worship hour.Tambryn Freund
Spark Sunday School focuses on one priority: Loving God using the First Look curriculum. The Children's Ministry is always looking for volunteers. No training is required, and all materials and lessons are provided for you. Volunteer at Spark Sunday School Youth helpers: volunteer here to assist Small Group leaders during our Sunday Morning worship hour.Tambryn Freund
Plugged In | K-5th Grade
Plugged In is elementary Sunday School that focuses on plugging kids into the power of God using the 252 Basics curriculum. Children participate in age-level small groups for half the hour then join a larger group setting for active, energized worship and story time. Our goal is for every child who participates in Plugged In to grow up knowing 3 basic truths: Wisdom: I need to make the wise choice, Faith: I can trust God no matter what and Friendship: I should treat others the way I want to be treated. These students follow a simplified format in the Summer months, but classes still meet. Volunteer at Plugged In Sunday SchoolTambryn Freund
CHECK IN PROCEDURE:
All children must be checked in at our KidCheck kiosk located in the Activities Building before going to their designated classrooms. Each child will be given a name tag with their location, activity, and any special needs noted. If you do not yet have a KidCheck account, please click here to set it up.
This choir for three-year-olds is an introduction to singing, moving, creating and playing with emphasis on the preparation to participate in worship. Li'l Lambs is limited to 20 children, with new members joining in January and August each year. Singers must be three years old by August 31. Performances vary.Sarah Cauthen
Open to preschoolers and kindergartners age 4 (by September 1) through age 5. Cherubs are introduced to singing in their “singing voice," playing rhythm instruments, and what it means to be a choir. The children learn that through music, even the youngest of God’s children can participate in worship.Nicole Norgaard
Carol Choir is for first and second-graders. It builds on musical knowledge learned in Cherub Choir and encourages young singers through fun with music and participation in worship. Special events include musicals, concerts and the family Christmas Eve service. Performances vary.Sarah Cauthen
The Crusader Choir develops the vocal and musical skills of children in third-fifth grade. Members begin singing in parts, expand their knowledge of musical notation and begin preparation for leadership in the worship services. Special events for the year include musicals, concerts and community outreach.Nicole Norgaard
Children’s Tone Chime Choir
This beginning choir uses tone chimes, which are similar to hand bells, and is for third through fifth-graders. Music experience is helpful, but not required. Performances are at various services throughout the year.Mark Lamback
HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS?
I would love to help! Please contact me for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!
Children's Ministry Director
(770) 394-0675 ext. 158