All children age 4 through the 5th grade are invited to join us for a unique Worship Experience planned just for them.
Children’s Worship takes place during our Sunday Morning Worship Service. Competent and loving teachers present practical, Biblical truths at a level the children can understand. A capable helper team supports the teacher and insures that each child is welcomed and included during the program. We are committed to providing a Christ-centered, safe, loving environment for children, where parents feel comfortable leaving their children while they worship in the morning service.
Children age 4 - 1st grade meet in the Early Childhood Center.
In Zoo Crew, we are thrilled to be using THE GOSPEL PROJECT FOR KIDS! Through this curriculum kids will understand the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but one unified story—God’s story of redemption. The curriculum is a three year chronological timeline through the Bible, starting in the beginning and ending in Revelation. Each week, your child will learn through videos, music, and activities.
Our program runs just like a traditional church service: singing, praising, and learning all together in a large group.
Children in grades 2 to 5 meet upstairs in the north building.
Their service, in every way possible, mirrors the format of the regular service while remaining on the level of a 2nd to 5th grader. They have three objectives for every service:
- To provide an atmosphere that will teach and encourage the children to worship Jesus Christ on their own level.
- To allow each child to serve by participating in their church service.
- To teach children to grow in the Word of God as they learn to connect to God on a personal level and to live under His grace. The gospel is presented every week.
2nd - 5th graders are in the regular service for all holiday and special services and during the summer months.
Each and every worker has been through our Safe Kids training program and has had a thorough background check to assure the safety of your children. Our workers wear a nametag so you can see that they have been approved to work with your children.