Here are some Frequently Asked Questions

What do I wear?

It really is a parental choice.  We have everything from coat and tie to shorts and t-shirts.  Bottom line - we want children to be comfortable at church and able to jump, run, skip, and move as kids do as part of their learning experience.  Clothing should allow a child freedom to engage but not prohibit involvement.

Where do I go?

Preschoolers meet in the Preschool Building.  Please check in on the bottom floor at the main information desk.
Children meet in the West Building.  Please check in on the bogttom floor at the main information desk.

How much does it cost?

That's the best part!  Sunday Bible Study, Sunday Worship, and Wednesday Night activities don't cost you at all.  That's right they are FREE!  Special events may have a small cost but that will never prohibit a family or child from joining in.

Do you offer Children's Worship?

We are currently finalizing plans to begin children's worhsip very soon.  We appreciate your patience as we are "Under Construction".

How are children placed in activities?

Preshool - Babies to Two Years are placed by age and developmental skills. 
Two Years through Five Years are placed according to birthdate.  We follow the public school guidelines.
Children - Children are placed according to their grades.

What does the weekly schedule look like?

 9:30 a.m. - Bible Study for children birth through 5th grade
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship  - 5th grade through Adults (*children 1st grade through 4th grade may attend with parents or join us for children's worship in the West Building).
  - Extended Session for children birth through Kindergarten.
 5:00 p.m. - Fellowship Dinner
 6:00 p.m. - Prayer Meeting (Childcare available for children birth - three years of age)
  - Stomp Childrens Choirs for children ages three - 5th grade (Fall/Spring Only)

Who are my child's teachers?

The men and women who work with your child, are volunteers from our church family.  Many have children of their own.  Each volunteer is asked to attend training and to consent to background checks.