What’s The Message?

It’s Lent, a season to think about what Jesus did for us because he loves us so much.  During Lent the children are looking at the story of Jesus heading to the Cross which is essential in understanding what Easter is all about.  It will follow the story as told in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.  No greater thing can a friend do for another, Jesus said, John 15:13.

What Happens?

Pre-K & Elementary age children will enjoy music that’s upbeat and fun along with interactive activities, wacky games, and worship time that provide an exciting way to hear from God and respond.

Preschoolers, ages two-three year, with their leaders join the elementary age for music, then have their own style of worship time with messages appropriate for their age and play time special for them. Both ages are looking at the story of the Good Shepherd appropriate for their developmental level.

It’s worship services for children ages two and up. Children can be dropped off in the Student Center at 10:40 a.m.

intergenerational worship 

Intergenerational Worship is the 1st Sunday of each month, where families worship together on Communion Sunday. Children will join adults in worship with activities to work on that help connect them to the worship service and message of the day. All other Sundays, children are worshiping in the Student Ministries Building.


Where is Worship?

Go here to see pictures of our elementary worship space for children held in the Student Ministries space on the north side of Elkhorn Village.  The preschool room is also located in this center.




Each week parents get a Fridge Note with family devotion idea that will help the whole family remember their worship experience all week long.