Children’s church is for ages 2-4. They enjoy a weekly Bible lesson, music, crafts, and outside play time. Parents please make sure you are using the KidCheck system and are labeling all cups, bags, etc.
*Note to Parents regarding Children’s Church and Nursery: You may notice many parents go pick up their children before communion and bring them into worship for the end of the service. This is a great way to include younger children in gathered worship however, you are welcome to wait until the end as childcare is provided for the entire service.
What ages is Sunday School for?
Children in grades Pre-K through 5th grade.
Where and what time?
PreK and Kindergarten are on the Children’s Hall (KidCheck nametags required)
1st-5th are in the Classroom Building (self sign in and out)
Classes will begin no earlier then 9:45 and promptly at 10:45.
What are they learning?
Sunday School is taught from the TRU Curriculum. TRU is a spiritually forming, parent-empowering curriculum that equips children, leaders and families to know Jesus and live out a vibrant life. Children have opportunities to get to know each other and their teachers as the explore the Bible and how God’s Big Story connects to their own story.
Can I pick my child up early for communion?
Sunday School is a full hour class with dedicated teachers and a specific curriculum. We ask that you please not interrupt to allow the children to remain the full hour so they can foster relationships and learning.
Who is Small Saints for?
Small Saints is intended for Kindergarten through 3rd grade.
When and where is Small Saints?
Small Saints occurs during the sermon and allows children to have a set apart age appropriate time to worship with each other. Wiggles and giggles welcome.
Can I come with my child?
Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend if their child is timid, has concerns about going, or if they would like to come see what their children are learning!
As our church family grows our needs grow with them! We have urgent need on both the children’s hall and in the classrooms. Please consider serving. We want the children of All Saints to know and be known by The Lord and His people. Your time, no matter how small, will be so very well invested and appreciated.