Sunday Mornings



Nursery: Infants & Toddlers

Birth up to age 3

KidsPlace provides infants and toddlers with a safe, secure, loving environment where they can experience the love of God while parents worship or participate in other activities or events.

From birth, children are taught that God loves them, God made them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever. Children are taught through the loving care of our nursery workers as well as through playtime activities that reinforce these three basic truths.

Pagers are available in the nursery to alert you in case you are needed during the service time.


Sonshine Island: Preschool

Ages 3, 4, and 5

We want every preschool child to know and understand three basic truths: God loves me, God made me, and Jesus wants to be my friend forever. Each month a new Bible theme is introduced that centers around one of those three basic truths. Children learn about God through Bible stories, hands-on activities, and worship. In addition, they also have times of free play and a snack.

Children begin their morning in the preschool worship room, participating in a large group time that includes interactive worship and the Bible Story. Following the large group time, preschoolers are split into small groups based on their age where they engage in activities designed to help them understand and remember the Bible story, the memory verse, and the bottom line for the day. They also begin to process how they can apply the lesson to their own lives.


AdventureLand: Elementary Children

Kindergarten – Grade 5

This Children’s worship service is a place for kids to grow in Faith, Wisdom, and Friendship.

Adventureland truths2AdventureLand includes a large group time which is designed to engage children in worship. Music, prayer, and an innovative approach to the Bible story are always a part of this interactive time.

Children are then part of a small group based on their grades designed to help kids understand how the day’s topic applies to them. They will discuss real-life experiences, interact with a close-knit group of peers, and participate in a variety of activities that appeal to different learning styles.