Christian parents have the unique privilege and responsibility of raising their kids in the discipline and instruction of the Lord (Ephesian 6:4). It’s no easy task!
That’s why at Grace4Kids we count it a joy to partner with parents on Sunday morning by helping your children:
- Enjoy fun, interactive, and educational times together
- Read and learn from the Bible (the whole thing)
- Understand how each part of the Bible points to Jesus
All children will begin the morning in the auditorium with their parents as we worship God through singing. If you have kids that are infants through 9 years old, they’ll be dismissed to classes and nurseries right after the announcements and before the sermon starts. A trained and qualified volunteer will gladly get your children signed up and issue a name tag wristband that has a unique number to help ensure your children’s safety and security. Of course, if you want to keep your kids with you for the entire meeting, please do!
All our children’s and youth ministry volunteers have completed all Pennsylvania required background checks, received training in their role, and completed Child Sexual Abuse Awareness training from MinistrySafe.
Your child will experience the love of Jesus in either our infant (0-18 months) or toddler (18-36 months) nursery. They’ll be able to be happy and noisy in a safe environment while you enjoy listening to the Word of God.
Your big kid will be introduced to the big story of the Bible using curriculum from Children Desiring God, learning stories from both the Old and New Testaments and how they point to Jesus. They’ll learn songs, hear a Bible lesson, color a page that reinforces the lesson, play games, and (best of all!) have a snack. Our teachers love getting to teach little ones about our Savior!
Your school-aged child will continue to grow in their knowledge of the Bible and the Savior revealed in it through the Gospel Story for Kids curriculum, a unique, three-year program that helps ground children in the gospel story from Genesis to Revelation. Sometimes the teachers get the kids a little too excited, and we can hear them up in the auditorium.