Our Sunday Gathering provides classes for children ages birth through 5th grade, and each room is led by a dedicated volunteer who has been through a background check and orientation process.
Leaving your children in our care is a huge responsibility that we take very seriously.
Here are a few of our policies that help ensure your child’s safety and security, which is our highest priority:
If you have any questions about our policies and procedures, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For kids 3 years – 5th grade, we teach a simple curriculum based on the New City Catechism (hyperlink www.newcitycatechism.com), and the main goal is to give children a biblical foundation and knowledge of who God is, and how much he loves them.
Each Sunday, your children will learn that week’s catechism in their class, and we encourage parents to continue to teach and discuss the catechism with your kids through your week.
In your Sunday morning packet, you’ll find Family Devotion Guide that corresponds with the weekly catechism and is designed to help you continue the catechism lesson.
Our annual Family Summit is designed to provide teaching and resources on topics such as discipline, how to talk with your children about salvation and baptism, how to have a fruitful family devotion, and many more topics. This is one of our favorite annual events, and if you would like to listen to our most recent Family Summit, just click this link. (hyperlink)
Our goal for our students is to equip them to believe and understand the gospel, defend the faith and to live missional lives. We accomplish this through our weekly meeting every Sunday morning at 9:30, and our monthly fellowship events.
Our hope is to be a second voice to what parents are already teaching in their homes; to provide resources, support, and additional spiritual leadership for our families. We are excited about the programs and events we provide as a family ministry, but we firmly believe that the most important thing that a baby, a toddler, a child, and a teenager need to flourish spiritually is parents who are committed to leading them spiritually.