Families and children first through fourth grade have the opportunity to begin Sunday mornings worshipping together in the auditorium. Leaders will escort children to their classes after the music segment of the service. Kids will be given the chance to experience God through exciting activities, meaningful times of response and blessing, creative storytelling and more.
Kids will be given the chance to experience God through exciting activities, meaningful times of response and blessing, creative storytelling and more.
Security tags must be printed at the check-in center prior to entering the auditorium.
For more information contact Sue Beauchamp at 593-3491 or .
Resources for Parents
We believe parents are the primary spiritual developers of their children's faith in Christ, and our desire is to provide resources that will help parents in that role. Below are several resources to consider.
HomeFront, a parenting resource, provides opportunities for families to come together and experience storytelling, God’s Word, new family traditions, fun games, recipes, family blessings, prayer, and more.
HomeWord seeks to advance the work of God in the world by educating, equipping, and encouraging parents and churches to build God-honoring families from generation to generation.
In response to the overwhelming needs of parents and families, Jim Burns founded HomeWord in 1985. In 2009, HomeWord and Azusa Pacific University came together as partners to form The HomeWord Center for Youth and Family. These two strong organizations, with similar values, have bonded together to become even more effective in helping families succeed.
Based in Pasadena, California, the Fuller Youth Institute (fulleryouthinstitute.org) is part of Fuller Theological Seminary, one of the largest evangelical seminaries in the world with more than 4,000 Master’s level and Doctoral students. The mission of the Fuller Youth Institute is to leverage research into resources that elevate leaders, youth, and families.