AdventureLand Children's Ministry is a great place for kids!
We desire to partner with parents in the spiritual training of children. Our hope and prayer
Priorities & Help for Parents
For parents of newborns through first graders, we have a security process in place. At check-in, parents receive a security card that must be presented before the child can be picked up at the end of class.
We process background checks on all adult volunteers and have a "Never Alone" policy with all children on campus. You will notice we have lots of youth who serve our children. We believe the Lord wants to use young people to further His kingdom, and we see AdventureLand as a great place of training for our youth.
Newborns through five-year-olds (pre-k) have classes during both services. Our kindergarteners through sixth graders have classes starting at 9:40 am for the first service and 11:40 am for the second service. They are dismissed from the main service following the worship portion of the service. All of our classes are designed to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of that specific age group in a fun and caring way. Because it is important for children to experience Jesus for themselves, our prayer is that your child will have a hands-on time of personal discovery while in AdventureLand.
Help for Parents
One of my favorite places to go for parenting help and just great information/articles is: focusonthefamily.com/parenting
The Deeper Trenches of Momhood - A Group
for Moms with Extra Challenges
Parenthood is a blessing, but it can also be a daily challenge. And then sometimes there are even extra challenges like NICU care, loss of life, foster care situations, hard medical diagnoses, etc. This group hopes to serve as an emotional, spiritual, and even physical support for fellow moms dealing with extra challenges.
You are never alone, though perhaps it can often feel that way. Here you are invited to share your burdens, let off some steam, gain support and encouragement, and most importantly, feel the love of Jesus Christ who calls us to encourage each another.