Teaching Children to follow Jesus by learning God’s Word.
Our goals in children’s ministry are to:
- – Encourage children to grow in the knowledge of Christ and help them recognize God’s love for them.
- – Actively engage children in God’s word.
- – See and acknowledge each child by name.
- – Create positive church experience through a fun and engaging environment.
Nursery | Birth thru Age 2 – Sundays, 10:30p
The Nursery is available for ages birth to age 2 (and 3yr olds who are not yet potty-trained). During nursery care, children will engage with interactive play, listen to music, and hear a Bible Story.
Little Lambs | 3yrs thru Kindergarten – Sundays, 10:30
Little Lambs is available for potty-trained preschoolers and kindergarteners. During Little
Lambs children engage with a Bible Lesson, free play, and lesson-related activities.
Sunday Kids Camp | 1st- 4th Grade – Sundays, 10:30a
Sunday Kids Camp (SKC), for elementary students, meets weekly, except the 1st Sunday of the month when the students join their parents in the sanctuary for worship and communion. During SKC students engage with age-appropriate Bible Lessons, and related activities (games, music, crafts).
CLUB 56 | 5th- 6th Grade – Wednesdays, 7-8:30pm
Club 56 classes are for 5th and 6th graders to “dig deeper” into scripture and explore biblical topics to grow their faith. Join Club 56 on Wednesdays from 7-8:30pm for a night of games, worship and outreach. Invite your friends! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Safety Practices, Your First Visit, and Frequently Asked Questions
We care deeply about the safety of every child in our church. Our Safe Church Policy requires that all staff and volunteers have a background check and are trained in safe practices. Click here to review our Safe Child Policy.
On your first visit we ask that you complete an online Registration form, which includes our “Child Protection consent form.” You will only need one form per family. In addition, you will be asked to complete a new form and update information each year (available in mid-August). Please have these new forms completed prior to Step-Up day, which typically falls on the 2nd Sunday of September. Please Click here for the 2023-2024 Registration form.
Have additional questions? For answers to a list of our frequently asked questions, contact our Children’s Ministry Director, Pastor Tammy Roach: email@example.com.
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In the Evangelical Covenant Church, we practice both historic modes of Christian baptism: believer baptism and infant baptism. Each family usually chooses how they will participate in the sacrament based on their own faith background and theological convictions. Families are invited to pray and discern with a pastor to determine which mode of baptism they will emphasize in their household.
First Sunday of every month
We practice open communion and believe any follower of Jesus is welcome to the table of our Lord. Children who have made a declaration of faith in Jesus are invited to participate, though we encourage parents and guardians to decide when their children are ready. Children who will not receive the bread and cup are invited to cross their arms over their chests to receive a blessing.
The cup is grape juice. Communion wafers ingredients: rice, maze, potato starch, olive oil, and water. When bread is used for communion, the bread is peanut/treenut/egg/dairy free. A gluten free station will be available.