Our approach to family ministries is designed to be seamless from the cradle through college - and isn't limited to the children and students. We believe firmly that the family unit is the primary place where kids develop a relationship with Jesus. Our job is to teach and equip families for that role, and supplement for them what is happening within their homes.
YOUR FAMILY’S SAFETY comes first. Every Grace Kids and Students volunteer passes a Federal Background Check and participates in ongoing training. We issue each family security tags and name badges for check-in, pick-up and paging. Finally, our GFC Security Team monitors all activity on our campus before, during and after each worship service.
First Time Guests are special and we want to love them well! Our Check-In Team personally greets guest families guiding them from our simple Family Card for sign up to each child’s classroom for drop off, then finally back to “Big Church” for adult fellowship and worship.
If you have any questions feel free to reach out to our Kids Minister, Ashley Masten.
Each Sunday in, Grace Littles we humbly acknowledge the blessing and opportunity to give preschoolers an “away from home” first impression of a loving God. More than great stories from the Bible and exciting songs, we are serious about helping parents develop a spiritual foundation in their children.
In Grace Littles, we have designed four unique rooms to meet cognitive, spiritual, emotional and social needs of infants and preschoolers.
Moms and infants can find the dimly lit Shalom Room to relax and share restful moments together. While feeding, diapering, napping or cuddling, moms listen to/watch volume controlled “Big Church” adult worship.
Next to the Shalom Room, parents will find the Nursery. This small, soft comforting space is filled with sensory toys, books, glider-rockers and developmental play. Our volunteers love to play, pray, and interact with your little one.
Energy and enthusiasm kicks up as toddlers begin playing and socializing. For this reason we’ve created an area where 2-3 year olds learn community skills like listening to a story, singing songs, playing, and hearing about how much God loves them!
Preschoolers and Kindergartners: (Ages 4-6) will participate in a class where they will learn about Jesus, the Bible, and how God loves them and wants a relationship with them. We teach through music, story, videos, crafts, and games!
Grace Kids is a place where we teach kids (1st-5th Grade) about Jesus and what it means to be in an active, growing relationship with Him.
Currently, the kids are learning about Jesus and the story of the Bible through a curriculum called, The Gospel Project for Kids." This is a three year journey that helps kids dive deep into the big story of the Bible-God's plan to rescue his people through His Son-Jesus Christ.
We teach the kids through large and small group time. Large group is full of energy, games, worship, stories, and surprises! We then break off into different age groups for small groups to help kids go deeper in their understanding of the story, and connecting it to their lives.
We want kids to walk away from a Sunday morning gathering learning about God, loving God, and how to live for God!
The Student Ministry of Grace Fellowship is designed to help Students understand more fully how to know, love and follow God in every aspect of life. Our Student Ministry meets on Wedneday evenings at 6:30pm for the purpose of building deep relationships, enjoying fun games, hearing solid Biblical teaching and engaging in Small Groups led by loving adults.
Moses commanded, teach your kids to love God while they walk, sit, sleep and wake [ Deut. 6:1-9 ]. Yes, loving God must be at the core of it all, yet … always the questions … How? When? Grace Family Ministries supports parents to accomplish this biblical responsibility. Grace Kids and Students leaders are praying, planning and acting on ways to help. From personal mentoring and parenting discussion groups to we will do everything possible to equip parents to win as disciple makers in their homes.