The mission of our children’s program is to encourage children to have a lasting personal relationship with God through our Savior Jesus Christ by: partnering with families, teaching biblical truths, reflecting God’s love, and recognizing individuality. We hope you take a moment to explore our children’s program at Emmanuel. If you have any questions feel free to email our Children’s Director Jenny Reed.
Sunday—Children’s programs are offered for kids 6 weeks to 5th grade at our 10am service. You can drop children off in their classrooms beginning at 9:50am (all classrooms are located in lower level of Emmanuel). Children can be picked up in their classrooms at the end of the worship service.
- KidStyle is our Sunday morning worship experience that takes place during our 10am service for our preschoolers (ages 3-5). This program has a preschool classroom where an age appropriate bible lesson and activities are done, along with coming together with the K-5th graders for large group where we worship with singing (and fun motions).
- KidStuff is our Sunday morning worship experience that takes place during our 10am service for children K-5th grade. This program has age-based small groups, along with coming together as a large group where we worship with singing and the presentation of a bible story. Each month, we will focus on a different Christ-like Life Application with different Bible lessons and clear Bottom Lines each week. Our goal is to teach kids about God’s plan and how each month’s life app. is relevant to your child’s life. Here we provide a set of application-rich tools to PARENTS for teaching kids Godly character and key Biblical principles while at home, on the road, and at church.
- Wednesday—AWANA is a fun, proven approach for early evangelism and discipleship among Children. A scripture-based program that has exciting games and involves families. Its purpose is to help children gain a better grasp of the Bible, along with developing a lifelong faith in Christ. For more information, visit our dedicated AWANA page.