During our worship service, children ages 5 through 2nd grade are dismissed during the sermon and for “Berry Blast Theme Park” where they’ll learn about the fruit of the Spirit.
3 Year Olds - 6th Grade
We are working our way through "The Gospel Project" which points kids to the Gospel of Jesus Christ through looking at the Bible chronologically.
3-4 Year Olds
They meet in the Annex which is connected to the Sanctuary. They watch a short Bible lesson video, talk about the teaching of the day, and engage in activities that further emphasize the day's teaching point.
gather in the Kid's Court area of the Commons.
- 4th grade begin as a large group and watch the Bible story video of the
morning, work on Scripture memory and pray together. After their large group
they meet in smaller groups for Bible application and activities.
grade meet together for in depth and age appropriate teaching
that brings the
Bible to life.
5-24-20 kids' bulletin
Our 7-8th grade students are going through the book of Genesis in order to develop
a higher view of God as they see his plan, purpose, and promises unfold.
We meet in the Orange Room of the Commons.
Our 9-12th grade students are looking at characteristics of God that uniquely define who He is so that they might better be able to enjoy God and worship (live for, serve, share, etc.) God.
We meet in the Conference Room of the Annex.
ADULTS - OPTION 1:
The Book of Revelation
led by Gerry Barker
"The book of Revelation is the scariest book of the Bible, yet it is also one of the most comforting,
reassuring and exhilarating books in the Bible. Revelation gathers all the threads of theme and historic
events contained in the rest of the Bible, weaving them into a seamless whole. The entire scope of human history - and of eternity itself - comes into brilliant focus in the book of Revelation. This book is not just a musty piece of parchment from a bygone age...it is vibrant, alive, and profoundly applicable to the times
in which you and I live."
ADULTS - OPTION 2
The Gospel of John
led by Dale Krohse
Where do you turn when the world around you grows dark?
In this study of the Gospel of John, you will be encouraged to turn to Christ by remembering the two
purposes for the beloved disciple's book - that we would believe in Jesus and find life in His name.
Despite what our culture may argue, there is only one hope that is truly trustworthy and that
is our savior, Jesus Christ.
ADULTS - OPTION 3 (Women Only)
What's Love Got To Do With It?" - 1st John
led by Beth Telecky
Commons-Inner Prayer Room
We will learn Bible-study and
life-application skills as we work through this love-filled letter together.