Sunday is the best day of the week! Coming together as a church family is encouraging, equipping, and empowering. Kids need that, too!
Family Worship — Leading kids to worship their heavenly Father is one of the greatest privileges and responsibility of any parent. We encourage kids’ families to worship together each week during Family Worship. “My Worship Notes” are available to help kids focus and receive Pastor Greggs main points each Sunday.
Clubhouse Worship for 1st & 2nd Graders — The Clubhouse is a fun and exciting worship opportunity designed for younger kids. In The Clubhouse, kids will learn to participate in age-appropriate worship packed with Bible lessons, music, and activities that reinforce the biblical content and helps move kids toward congregational worship with their family.
For more information about The Clubhouse and to volunteer in this ministry contact Dylan Pierson.
Life Bible Study for Kids — Life Bible Study (LBS) provides one of the best times for 1st-5th graders to learn about God while interacting with children their same age. Our small group classes give kids the opportunity to study scripture through the lens of Jesus. Kids participating in LBS will chronologically walk through the Bible while focusing on Jesus the whole way.
For more information about Life Bible Study options contact Kim Shelby.
Join us for two extra hours every Wednesday night at KidLink. Our goal is to connect Sunday to Sunday through an action-packed evening of discipleship.
Uplift Kids Choir — Uplift Kids Choir is our music-based discipleship program for 1st-5th graders. Uplift Kids Choir disciples kids to worship the Lord with all their “heart, mind, soul and strength,” and have a great time doing it! Uplift Kids Choir participates several times each year in our Family Worship services at The Loop.
For more information about Uplift Kids Choir contact Brittany Reeves.
Breakout — “Breakout” is our midweek Bible study hour for 1st through 3rd graders. “Breakout” will move children forward in their spiritual maturity by teaching kids how to incorporate spiritual practices into their lives. Kids will learn about having a quiet time with God, praying, reading their Bibles, worshipping, serving, and stewardship.
For more information about Breakout contact Kim Shelby.
Friction — “Friction” is our midweek event for 4th and 5th graders that engages preteens in action-packed discipleship. It is designed to help preteens understand what they believe as Christians and how to defend their beliefs in their daily walk.
For more information about Friction contact Taylor Carper.