Sunday mornings are full of life on our campus! Below is some helpful information for your family's first visit with us:

  • Pre-register your child with KidCheck to help at check-in
  • Find your child's classroom on our campus map
  • Sign up for our ASK newsletters. Sent out Sunday afternoons these emails let parents know what children learned each Sunday.

Nursery (0-2 years old) & Children's Church (3 & 4 years old)

  • Nursery is for ages 0-2. The babies & toddlers in these rooms enjoy age appropriate toys, books, bible stories, music, and lots of hugs and cuddles. We also have a nap and nursing room on this wing.
  • Children’s church is for ages 3 and 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.

Sunday School (Grades K through 5th) - ON BREAK, Resumes 1/21/2018

What ages is Sunday School for?

Children in grades Kinder through 5th grade.

Where and what time?

Kinder-5th are in the Classroom Building

Classes will begin no earlier then 9:30 and end promptly at 10:30. KidCheck nametags required, please check in on the Children's Hall before coming to class.

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.