S.P.L.A.S.H. Ministry is for children from birth until they reach the sixth grade. The ministry’s mission is to transform the children of the community in order to connect children and families to their God-given purpose. Our Children’s Ministry Team is dedicated to supplementing the family in their attempt to lay a spiritual foundation that, in God’s time, will lead a child into a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. We have different options to meet the needs of your child:
Mighty Minis: This is for children from birth until two years old. In the nursery, the children will begin to develop characteristic traits of a Godly person.
Preschool: This class is intended for children aged three until they start Kindergarten. Meeting in a classroom by the KidZone, the children will further develop Biblical skills that will begin to form a firm foundation built on the solid rock.
S.P.L.A.S.H.: This class is intended for children in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Meeting in the KidZone, the children will begin to formulate their beliefs in Jesus Christ in order to prepare them for challenges that may come in life. During the Sunday Lessons, the children will learn Biblical history to discover how God is intertwined in history and in their life. During the Wednesday Night Lessons, the children will learn specific Bible stories that will help their spiritual formation.
The curriculum we use for Sunday Mornings is called The Gospel Project. The curriculum we use for Wednesday Nights is called The Ology. Click on the name to be taken to more information about these curriculums.
If you have any other inquiries, please contact the Interim Children’s Director, Sierra Mann.
Our Mission is to:
Our Vision is for:
Our Purpose is:
*To transform the children of the community in order to connect children and families to their God-given purpose.
*Each child to accept Christ as their Savior.
*Each child to know the importance to prayer.
*Each child to know the Bible is God’s Word.
*Instill in each child and their family the love of God.
*Teach children that God’s love in unconditional and that they are welcomed at church.
*Encourage children to apply Biblical lessons to their own lives.
*Meet children’s needs (Children have many different kinds of needs: spiritual, emotional, social, etc. We must be sensitive to minister to the whole child. The basic needs of children are acceptance, security, approval, guidance, growth, independence, and achievement.)