Children are a treasure from God and Grace helps them grow
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 19:14
Children are precious to God and they are precious to Grace Church. We are passionate to provide a secure and affirming environment for every child, investing our very best into the lives of each child, teaching and imparting God’s truth and guiding each heart toward a life of loving and serving God.
Quality childcare is available every Sunday morning. We offer four different nurseries depending upon their age They are staffed by people ready to care for your little ones and shower God’s love on them while you worship and learn. All child-care workers are carefully screened to provide a safe environment for our children.
Sunday mornings at 9:00am (April 8 – May 13, 2018)
Kids ages kindergarten through fifth grade, explore Old Testament stories during the Fall and New Testament stories during the Spring. Each week, kids and their leaders gather together to explore their Bibles, enjoy fun activities, pray, and grow in faith.
Sunday mornings during the worship hour.
Luke 2:52 – ” . . . and Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men.”
We want to partner with you on the weekends to help you develop virtues into your children aged kindergarten through fifth grade. The curriculum includes 150 Bible stories and is based on core virtues and memory verses each month.
This is our annual summer program for children entering kindergarten to entering fifth grade in the Fall. It involves sports, music, athlete’s stories and a lot of fun. This year’s camp will be July 9-13 and registration will open on May 1 at noon. The theme is “Team Spirit,” and includes stories from Morgan William, Leicester City, Armando Galarraga, JJ Robertson and the Green Bay/Seattle football teams.
Child Care Workers
If you are excited about watching children grow and would like to be involved in this ministry of storytellers, hosts, and small group leaders, contact Meghan for more information.