KIDS CLASSES ARE OPEN AT THE 9AM SERVICE
Kids are a valued part of God’s Kingdom-building from generation to generation. As the church, we joyfully embrace our role in sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with our children, so that they might be reconciled to God, serve His Kingdom, and treasure Christ above all else. CTK Kids ministry’s mission is to partner with parents to love and disciple children from infancy through youth.
If your child has a congested cough or any fluid coming from nose please keep them home.
What should I expect?
Our lower parking lot is available for parents, so please make sure to utilize it. CTK Kids check in is towards the back of the great room. Upon arrival, our CTK Kids concierge member will help you check your child in.
What kind of classes do you offer?
We offer a range of classes at each Sunday gathering overseen by CTK Kids team members who have undergone screening and background checks.
Babies (ages 6 weeks to 18 months) are entertained, comforted and prayed for by team members at a high ratio to accommodate the needs of our littlest attendees.
Toddlers (ages 18 months to 3 years) are divided into two classes and have simple, Gospel-driven curriculum and crafts along with a time of sing-along worship and large-motor games. The concierge can help you decide in which class your Toddler will do best.
Preschool (ages 3 to kindergarten) and Grade School (kindergarten through 5th grade) classes follow a curriculum written by a volunteer team here at CTK. These lessons cover the entire Bible over a five year series and include worship time, activities that complement the day’s content and large-motor games. These classes are provided snacks and water. All snacks are nut-free and gluten-free options are available.
We believe that conversations in the home are essential to grow and mature our children to become life-long disciplers of Christ. This is a resource for you to ask intentional questions and spark meaningful conversations throughout the week.
Questions to ask on Sunday or Monday:
Who was the story you read about?
Who/what did you pray for?
Who showed you (insert Fruit of the Spirit) during class today?
Who were you able to show (insert Fruit of the Spirit) towards?
Questions to ask your child regularly:
What has God done for you today?
What did God help you with today?
What have you prayed for today?
What have you talked about with God?
What’s something that made you feel loved today?
What is something we can thank God for today?
What have you seen God do for someone else today?
What happened today that reminded you of God? (Parents, try to identify an attribute of God in their response like, “Yes, God is powerful enough to answer your prayers.”)