CHILDREN’S MINISTRY

CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES

We strive to make the children’s ministry as fun as possible to make learning the Gospel easier to achieve.  We have a wide variety of activities to involve all your children’s interests and needs. Also for your security we use a Check-in System for our children that is located in the Children’s Hallway.
 
Small Groups (Sunday School) is from 9:00 am to 10 am. We have 3 classes:     Pre-School – ages 3 (by Sept 1st) thru Kindergarten, 1st thru 3rd Grade & 4th thru 6th Grade.
 
Children’s Church is at 10 am on Sunday and is sectioned off between the preschoolers and older children through 6th grade. We have ‘styled’ our Children’s Church like a year round VBS. Dynamic Worship, Exciting Themed Skits and Small Group Bible Studies.
 
Wednesday Nights (During the school year) 6:15 pm to 7:30 pm     We are involved in the Olympians Program thru Word of Life ministries.  The children have a Devotional Book, large group and game times.  The Olympians Bible Study is a module-style curriculum designed to help children establish a biblical foundation that will encourage obedience to God’s Word out of a love for Jesus Christ. Each module consists of creatively developed lessons that enable a teacher to present biblical truth in a practical way with a variety of styles. Wednesday Nights (During the Summer) 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm     We have different series to involve the children with.  We will have a Worship time, exciting Bible Time and Game Time. Our Bible Time is a Summer Series, the last 2 years we did a Series on “Bible Science” and “Board Games”. During the Summer we do continue in our School Year Devotional Books. With these and more, your children will definitely find something that will interest them. 
 
Please come and join and grow with us at Grace Point Kids!  We look forward to seeing you.
Children’s Church
Teams are God’s idea, and He wants us all on His team! Throughout this series kids will see that playing on God’s team makes life better, and they’ll learn several things they can do to be great teammates. “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do. Suppose either of them falls down. Then the one can help the other one up.”‑ Ecclesiastes 4:9‑10a (NIrV)
Wednesday Night
If you’re a grown-up and you’ve been following Jesus for a while, you’ve probably figured out a few ways to
grow spiritually. The kids you’re parenting or leading, on the other hand, aren’t grown-ups, so they might needa little help from you to figure out how, exactly, to grow spiritually. So what should spiritual growth look likefor a kid? We like to think about it in terms of four spiritual habits. To help a kid grow spiritually, teach themto spend time with God, spend time with others, use their gifts, and share their story. These are the four
keys to discipleship that will help kids launch a lifelong, growing faith.

Children’s Calendar