Sunday Mornings

Sunday morning programming is available during both services for all children, from newborn through fifth grade. All classes branch their teaching and activities from The Gospel Project curriculum, keeping all of our families on the same page in terms of at home conversations. Location and additional information for Grace Kids is listed below:


Early Childhood Experience

Nursery |Main Building: Room 101 

Our trained nursery workers' goal is to allow parents to engage in a worship service knowing their child is in a safe, secure, and caring environment. 

Ones | Main Building: Room 104

Our trained workers (teachers and assistants) will not only care for your child(ren), but begin to share the basics of Bible stories, songs, and games, setting the stage for those early memories of discovering a relationship with Christ.

Twos | Main Building: Room 102

Our trained teachers will provide further structure in the care of your child(ren), including a sit-down time of teaching and musical worship. Each week, your child(ren) will head home with a lesson card, with prompting questions to continue the conversation at home. 

Young Student Experience

Preschool | West Building: Rm 315

(Ages 3-5)

The Preschool Program is the big focal transition from childcare (with weekly lessons) to an age-appropriate church experience, with times for worship, Bible lesson, crafts/activities, and prayer. Each week, your child will be sent home with an activity sheet, driving home the main point, along with a card with discussion topics for you to use around your meal table during the week.

KidChurch | West Building: Rm 321

(Grades K-5)

Children's ministry is done in vain if it doesn't teach children how their unique gifts and personalities can fit within the overall body of the Church. Each week, we hold a KidChurch service, with everything from prayer, offering, worship, and a Bible lesson, so that children can learn how we can worship God in so many ways. Then, we provide several opportunities throughout the year to unite our families for a Family Worship Sunday, that our attenders of all ages might learn from one another.