Ministry Verse:

“Train up a child in the way they should go, And when they are old they will not depart from it…” (Proverbs 22:6)

Ministry Goal:

The Goal of the children’s ministry is to assist parents in training their children in the ways of the Lord. We will accomplish our goal by teaching them the foundational teachings of the Christian faith which includes learning about Jesus, salvation, worship, prayer and the bible. It is our hope that the children know and have a personal relationship with Jesus, will know the foundational truths of the bible and be able to share their faith with others as they continue to grow in the ways of the Lord.

Ministry Description:

We believe God has given parents the responsibility to train up their children in the ways of Lord. We realize that this is a difficult job, but we are committed to coming alongside parents in training their children. In our efforts to assist parents, we as a ministry will use the best learning tools and curriculum that will allow us to teach the children at a level they can easily understand. We also will provide a safe and healthy environment in which the children can learn.


Commitments:

  • 6 Months minimum

Availability:

Teachers are required to arrive at church 30 minutes before service begins for preparation and prayer. Attend ministry meetings (teachers, 80/20 meetings)

Application and Background Checks:

All children’s ministry volunteers will be required to fill out a ministry application and have a background check.

Training:

  • Using/understanding Curriculum

Apparel:

Each children’s ministry teacher will be given a t-shirt and will be required to wear it when scheduled to teach.

Housekeeping:

Each teacher will be responsible for keeping the classroom clean by disposing trash in trash bins and returning equipment, bibles and toys to their rightful place.

Church Attendance:

It is highly recommended that all ministry volunteers attend a regular worship service at least once a week when not scheduled to serve (Sunday or Wednesday).

Recommended Reading:

Policies:

It is important for teachers to be familiar with children’s ministry policies. A copy of the children’s ministry policies will be given to volunteers prior to serving.

 


Getting Involved:

If you would like to serve in the children’s ministry, please fill out a ministry application and contact the children’s ministry director.