SHARING THE LOVE OF CHRIST EVERY DAY


Sunday School, Children's Church, & Staffed Nursery are paused during the summer


SUNDAY SCHOOL

 

Sunday School kicks off Sunday, September 8th, 2019 @ 9:35am!

 

Sunday School is open for students 3 years old through High School. It is between services on Sunday from 9:35-10:35 am.

 

Your child's heart and imagination will be captivated with Sunday School. With age-appropriate Bible lessons for kids - complete with kids Bible stories, kids Bible videos, Bible activities for kids and Sunday School color pages. Kids at Love of Christ are being taught the Bible through videos, skits, props, and games. 

 

Our strategy and goal is to develop our children through their relationship with Christ. We do this by instilling wonder, sparking discovery, and fueling passions as they grow.

 

We enjoy developing relationships and creating a positive environment for the kids and parents to dig a little deeper into God's Word and also connect with each other.

 

We utilize volunteers in many ways, mentoring, helping, technology, art and behind the scenes. If you are interested in helping, contact the office.

 

We have a great year planned for Sunday School and your child(ren) are invited to join in on the fun!

 


NURSERY

 

Loving Care is provided for children up to three years old from 9:30 am - 11:45am on Sundays in the nursery. The Nursery is located in the Education Wing.

 

The nursery is designed to provide a nurturing, safe and spiritually educational environment to support and enhance children's love for Jesus. And of course, it's there if you just need a place to take your kids during worship.

Starting Fall 2019

Special Needs Inclusion Ministry


EACH- Every Ability In Christ

1 Corinthians 7:7 reminds us that EACH of us are gifted. 


There is a gaping hole in ministry in our church and community. We have a unique opportunity to come alongside families that are often shunned from worshiping with their children that have unique needs. Please let Teri Bierman, Aimee Klemp or Shannon Marklowitz know if you’d like more information as we move forward. It will take our village to be His hands and feet in some often long dark roads that families are walking in, right in our backyard!