Welcome to FAITH Kids, where our kids learn to plant a foundation of Trust in God, follow His word , and become Faith Builders in their community. Our main goal is to teach the children the basics of having a relationship with Jesus, while having fun.

FAITH Kids stands for: For All, I Trust Him. This is a great reminder that the Bible tells us to have childlike faith in everything; an unquestionable trust in our Savior. Building this type of relationship with our kids at such an early age will help them continue to be rooted in Christ into their teenage years and adulthood.



He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven."

                                                 Matthew 18:2-4




We are here to meet the needs of infants and toddlers. Our play area is filled with plenty of toys, coloring, and story time for the kids to enjoy. Our lovable volunteers will be there to guide you throughout the whole journey. Snacks and other resources are provided to help each parent feel at ease and enjoy the Faith Builders experience.


This class is full of excitement and exploring! We are here to help your child begin to understand the value of accepting Jesus as their Savior and how to maintain a relationship with Him. We will teach them things like learning how to pray, worship and read their Bible. We invite their curiosity of Who God is and why does He love them. We explore how the Holy spirit leads us and if we should trust Him. Our staff will walk alongside your child while they learn to be a follower of Christ.


As your child becomes strong in their faith with God, we begin to show them what it means to live out their faith. The kids will learn examples from the Bible that show Christ-like behavior, in hopes they will mimic it in their daily lives. We will show them the importance of honoring their parents and being a light at school. They will see how to be brave and stand with God to face the giants in their lives, while learning to listen to God's voice as He speaks a calling into them. 

This age group is a bit tricky, maturing hits us all at variant levels; in order for your child to feel safe and still learn at their level, this group is meant to be a transitioning stage for our 12-13 year olds. They will become a class helper and learn the importance of being a light to those younger than them, they will assist in demonstrating God’s love, forgiveness and having faith in Him. Each person has their own story and this is a great place to start developing their testimony as well as lead others to Christ.

Each of our classes are full of games, interactive bible stories, good foundational lessons, and snacks. kids are also challenged through our F.A.I.T.h. Point system each week. Here they can collect points for prizes all while growing in jesus.



Will my children be safe? 

Yes!  FAITH KIDS strives to provide a healthy and safe environment where you can bring your child with confidence.  Providing you with peace of mind and a place where your child can thrive is our priority. Rest assured, all team members have been background checked, gone through an application process, and received thorough training prior to serving in FAITH KIDS.


How do I check in my child?

Each week you can expect to find a friendly & helpful team member at our FAITH KIDS Check-In table (located directly in the lobby) who is eager to assist you with our simple computer process.  From there, your child will be given an identifying name tag to wear until you have returned to pick them up at the end of service.

What if my child has been sick during the week?

To aide in maintaining a healthy environment for our children, we ask that you please refrain from bringing a child to FAITH KIDS if they are currently, or have been recently ill.  This includes, but is not limited to, viruses, fever, diarrhea, vomiting, and rashes in particular.  If you have any doubts as to the wellness of your child, we ask that you lean on the side of caution and keep your child with you during service.