Welcome! Our goal is to help our children become true disciples of Jesus Christ through building relationships with them, being examples for them and teaching them God’s Word so that they may come to a saving knowledge of the gospel.
Littlest mission kids
At Littlest Mission Kids, your 0-2 year olds will be cared for by two loving volunteers. They will play and interact with other children their age. They will also hear a Bible story each Sunday, learn songs and be introduced to simple Bible verses for them to learn. They will have color or craft time as well. For this age group, we ask the parents to provide a snack for their child, and if your little one needs a diaper change, you will be notified via pager.
little mission kids
At Little Mission Kids, your 2-5 year olds will learn about Jesus in a fun and loving environment. We use the Truth:78 (formerly “Children Desiring God”) curriculum. The children will learn to pray, learn new songs, be a taught a Bible lesson, and craft or color. We also aim to memorize a new Bible verse each rotation of teachers. They will also have free time to interact with their peers. Snack is provided for this age group, and if your little one needs a change/bathroom break, you will be notified via pager.
At Mission Kids, your 6-10-year olds will be taught and will learn about Jesus in a fun and loving environment. We use the Truth:78 (formerly “Children Desiring God”) curriculum. They will learn new songs and Bible verses each rotation of teachers. They will be taught a Bible lesson and have a craft or coloring page that corresponds to that lesson. They will have free time to interact with their peers and be provided a snack. If your child needs a bathroom break, you will be notified via pager.
Background checks are conducted for all child teachers and we use a computerized check-in system for child safety. All our teachers are trained to teach your child in a Christlike way, always respecting the fact that parents are the primary caregivers in their children’s lives. Our job is to support, but never to supplant, you the parent. Accordingly, we defer to parents for any discipline that a child may need.