We want to help every kid trust Jesus in a way that transforms how they love God, themselves, and the world around them. We want to help every parent become more intentional at home and help the whole family be connected to a community of faith. To do that we…
- Create Sunday morning experiences that are age appropriate so kids are active participants in the church right now.
- Connect kids in small groups with a consistent leader so that church is a safe community they don’t want to miss because they are known and loved
- Provide resources to families to help them take a next step in leading their children to develop everyday faith
- Move kids to serve through service projects and giving projects
Sunday Morning Environments
Sonshine Station builds trust as children learn about God through the loving care of consistent leaders. Each week they are introduced to the story of God through Bible story presentations that are safe creative, interactive, and age-specific.
(3-5 years, pre-K)
Clubhouse introduces the story of God by providing highly creative, interactive, and age-specific Bible story presentations. They will also learn about the Small Group experience.
Kids learn to worship together as the body of Christ in Zone 252. We also continue to build on a community by creating opportunities for life-change through Small Groups, learning to trust God’s character, and living out God’s story.
(kids with special needs, birth-5th grade)
The purpose of Access special needs ministry is to facilitate inclusion inside the life of the church for the child with additional needs and for their family. Together with parents, we develop an accommodation plan for each child. We used trained volunteer "buddies" and also have a sensory room and use a combination of these strategies to meet the needs of each individual child.
In order to serve each child well and appropriately,
parents/caregivers must fill out an intake questionnaire prior to participating.
Safety is our core value.
With our secure check-in system you’ll receive matching identification stickers. Your child will need to wear the name tag portion and you will need to keep the matching tag. After the service, you’ll show the LC Kids greeter your matching tag in order for your child to be released from his/her room. In the event that we need to contact you during the service, we will share your child’s identification code on the screen in the sanctuary. We ask that you immediately find an LC Kids leader who will direct you to your child’s room.