Service Times: Wed: Fellowship Dinner @ 6pm, Service @ 7pm, Sun: Service @ 10:15am

Our Children & Youth Programs

Your children at any age will enjoy their interaction with our teachers.  

  • Nursery: We offer caring nursery workers, who will help them learn to play.
  • Preschool- 6th Grade: They learn scripture and take home sheets for parents to not only learn what your child is being taught but interactive information for you to reinforce throughout the week.

Sunday Curriculum: 

It’s the beginning of a new year and we’re starting something new!–Answers Bible Curriculum by AnswersInGenesis. This curriculum is chronologocal and covers Genesis to Revelation. This curriculum is designed to stem the tide of skepticism toward God’s Work that begins in grade school. That skepticism turn to disbelief, and causes over two-thirds of young people to abandon church by the time they graduate. Every Sunday your child will learn how to study, know, believe, and defend the Bible as well as learn real life bible application.

Wednesday Curriculum:

This fall we started a new curriculum. Explore the Bible: Kids uses object-based learning to help kids dig deep! Check out how the ark stacks up to other famous ships. Experience the gigantic size of Goliath compared to… your own dad. Kids explore the people, places, and objects of the Bible in historical context and compare them to modern–day life. With Explore the Bible, kids aren’t just learning the Bible; they’re experiencing it!

This month our kids are studying the books of Ezra and Nehemiah. Through coordinating stories and vivid pictures the children will learn from a few Old Testament books.

Ezra reflects God’s desire for the restoration and obedience of His people. Through Jesus’ sacrifice, He restores our relationship with God. We worship and obey in response to Jesus’ love for us.

Nehemiah tells of God’s faithfulness to complete His work among His people. Through His faithfulness, God sent Jesus to a broken world to restore His people. In His life, death, and resurrection, Jesus overcame challenges and completed His work, forever securing a place for God’s people with Him.


Children’s Church:

Our Children’s Church is up and running!!! We’ll have our reflection area completed very soon!



This week we are learning from the book of Nehemiah. We learned that the Israelties have been returning to the promised land. Nehemiah has brought the third group of Israelites to the promised land. When he gets there he has much to do and many distractions.

Satan does like to see God’s people at work. He uses people, schemes, and trickery to try to defeat us. But when we work for God, He will help us be strong and persist in spite of persecution. When we are working for God, in home, at work, in church, and in Bible study classes, we are doing important work. Through Nehemiah’s example we should see that nothing should take us from our work.

Questions to ponder:

How can you respond when someone tries to stop you from following God?

How can you encourage others to follow God?

Talk about possible tough time sand how God can help you through them.

Sunday: From 1 Timothy 3:16 we learn that all scripture is useful and all scripture is inspired by God. God’s laws are timeless. Jesus Christ himself taught from the writings of Moses, Prophets, and scribes hundreds and even thousands of years after they were written. God has protected his words for thousands of years. In Jeremiah we learned that a powerful king destroyed God’s words. But no one can destroy his message. God had Jeremiah’s scribe write His words again, and therefore preserved His message for the Israelites. Whether God’s words are from the New Testament or the Old Testament, God’s words are useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness. They are timeless.

  • Jr/Sr. High: They study and apply God’s word in a difficult world with leaders who believe in equipping them with the word and “living large” for Christ.

Upcoming Events: 

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