We embrace the premise that faith is “caught” not “taught.” And, what better way for children to understand faith than to be a part of the worshiping community?
We believe every person is a beloved child of God. We believe every person is on a journey to God, with God. We freely admit that we do not have all the answers, but we believe that Jesus points the way. When we practice genuine hospitality, engage in heartfelt acts of service, and embrace the gifts of people from different backgrounds and experiences, the church becomes the authentic expression of God’s unconditional love for us all.
Preparing Your Child for Worship by Lara Greene
Children’s Worship & Corinthians by Elaine Ward
Children in Worship: Soaking in It and Soaking It In by Lara Greene
Parenting in the Pew: Guiding Your Children into the Joy of Worship by Robbie Castleman
“. . because children do not understand, but feel, the worship service is just where children belong: tasting, touching, hearing, seeing and especially feeling.”