At Faith, we believe there is nothing more exciting than a vibrant and growing relationship with God. And we want to help kids experience that excitement for themselves. 

Each week, we strive to help children develop spiritually in a fun and safe environment. Music, crafts, games, and creative Bible teaching help kids learn practical truths to guide the way they live. We offer classes on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Visiting for the first time?

We ask all first-time visitors to our nursery and children’s ministries to register their children.  If all of your children are under the age of 2, you may register at our Nursery Check-In desk, which is located just inside the entrance to the nursery.  Families with older children should register at Children’s Check-In, which is located on the first floor of the education wing near the northeast entrance to our church. Just ask one of our greeters for directions.

You can save time by registering online at least two days prior to your visit.  By doing that, you can go directly to one of our electronic check-in stations when you arrive.  Read more information for first-time visitors.

Keeping Kids Safe

We understand the significant trust parents exercise when they turn their children over to our care. Our security system helps us to ensure that only authorized individuals can pick up children from our classrooms.

Whether you visit the Check-In desk or one of our electronic check-in stations, you’ll receive a series of labels.  You should place one label on your child’s clothing.  Please be sure to keep the second label with you at all times. Infants and young toddlers will receive a third label that can be placed on your child’s diaper bag.

These labels bear a unique code, which changes from week to week.  Only someone returning with a label that matches your child’s label will be allowed to pick up your child.


If you are a member of our church and have a desire to work with children, we'd love to help you find the right service opportunity

From our "Faith Kids Connection" blog

  • Faith Kids @ Home: August 31, 2014

    The following lesson was taught in our children’s Sunday School classes on Sunday, August 31. We would encourage you to use the ideas below to review Sunday’s lesson with your family. Read More
  • Sunday School Preview: August 31, 2014

    God hates sin. Therefore, we must guard our hearts and cling to Him. That understanding would have greatly benefited Lot and his family. Check out some thoughts about this week's Sunday School lesson from Genesis 18-19 in our video preview. Read More
  • Servant Training | School Year 2014–2015

    Start at a Specific Part of the Training We had a training for our School-Year Servants this past Wednesday evening. Since everyone wasn’t able to attend we have posted the training here with various starting points for your convenience. Please choose a section of... Read More
  • Sunday School Preview: August 24, 2014

    Waiting is hard, isn't it? Maybe that's why God so often uses waiting as a tool to help us grow in our faith. Sadly, however, growth isn't an automatic result of waiting. That fact is evident in this week's Sunday School lesson from Genesis 16, 17, and 18. ... Read More
  • Planning Your Class Time

    Creating a schedule is one of the most important things a class leader can to to ensure an effective lesson.  Check out some helpful suggestions in the video and sample schedules below.   Sample Sunday Pre-K Schedule 7:45/9:15/10:45 20 min. Quiet Play with Toys at Tables 8:05/9:35/11:05 5 min. Class... Read More
  • Sunday School Preview: August 17, 2014

    God calls people to follow Him. Therefore, we should trust Him and obey. Check out some thoughts on this week's Sunday School lesson from Genesis 11:27-12:9. Read More