Children’s Ministry

“Let the little children come to Me and do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of God belongs to such as these.” – Mark 10:14

The Bible clearly teaches that God loves children and is concerned with their welfare. It is His desire that they would grow in the knowledge of Him.

Whose responsibility is it that they grow?

God has ordained the church into existence, yet He commands parents to be responsible for their children’s growth. It is the parent who will one day have to give an account of how well they handled the task.

We realize that this is a difficult job, but we are committed to coming alongside parents in training their children. This is why we have made a great effort to:

  • Locate good teaching tools;
  • Equip loving and nurturing teachers; and
  • Provide for a safe and healthy environment.

We want to provide our children with a wonderful place in which they can worship and learn about Jesus.

What about kids in the Sanctuary during service?

We feel the best way we can serve the whole family is by providing a good quality Children’s Ministry – one which teaches our kids at a level they can more easily understand.

Volunteer Opportunities

We are currently in need of volunteers for:

  • Children’s Ministry Teacher
  • Teacher’s Aide

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:

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.

Gigi Victor

Children's Ministry Director