Kid’s Church

Grace Point Kid's Church

Jesus told His disciples to “let the little children come to Me!” So, we obey Him and bring the little children to Him.

That’s why we exist!

Sunday Morning 10:30 AM Service

Check your child in at the entrance. Look for the giant Legos! Nursery and
preschool children go straight to class. Grade school (5-11 year old’s) join the
adults in worship then will be released to their classes during the welcome

is to equip,
encourage, and strengthen children and families -to run the race set before
them and being prepared to proclaim His name to all nations.

(Heb.12) …let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, 2 looking to Jesus, the
founder and perfecter of our faith, … (Col.1:10)so as to walk in a manner worthy of the Lord,
fully pleasing to him: bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge
of God…

(Luke 24:47) …“Thus it is written, that the Christ should suffer and on the third day rise from
the dead, 47 and that repentance for the forgiveness of sins should be proclaimed in his
name to all nations…

In all classes there is an opportunity to hear the message of the Bible
explained in a way they can understand, and time to have fun being a kid with

By using a strong biblically based curriculum as our tool to build a
foundation of Bible knowledge and truth that will lead to a true relationship
with Jesus Christ our Savior. The curriculum gives the kids tools for their
faith, and we also give them opportunities to use the tools by speaking the
truths back to each other.

We encourage people by walking with them. We desire to grow with one
another through a relationship with each other. We don’t just give the kids
facts or administrate a program; we give ourselves and also provide
opportunities for them to develop friendships with one another. This
includes having fun together, as well as serious moments of listening and
caring, seeing and valuing one another as teachers and families.

By prayer that undergirds everything so that God gives them a strong
faith and hearts for their futures.


Stephanie Powers