Ages: Birth-4th Grade
Sunday AM Service Times: 9AM and 10:45AM
THE GOSPEL PROJECT CURRICULUM
Our goal is to lay a firm and consistent foundation for our children ages birth through 4th grade. One of the ways we do this is by using The Gospel Project curriculum which focuses on the chronological study of the scriptures. Each lesson has a Biblically based bottom line, memory verse, memory verse song and Bible story.
SAFETY & SECURITY
We know that safety and security are a big concern, so we take that very seriously. With our check-in system, each child is given a security number. Parents are required to present their corresponding tag to the classroom volunteer when picking up their children. If you have misplaced your tag, you will need to present your driver’s license for inspection. If your child has food allergies, please, let the volunteers know at the time of check-in, and a notation will be made on your child’s nametag.
We encourage and equip parents to apply the gospel as a part of their everyday life. We work to resource parents to leave a legacy of faith by sending Partnering with Parents sheets and family journals each Sunday providing parents with practical ways they can reinforce the Gospel Project lesson in their home. We also offer equipping classes for parents to teach practical ways to develop a daily walk with Jesus in their homes and offer new relational opportunities for our families such as the mother/daughter tea and father/son bonfire.
MEDIA RELEASE FORM
We love to share what God is doing in the lives of our children by taking pictures or capturing video at events or on Sunday morning for use in Social Media, print material, videos, etc. Please fill out the media release form to ensure your son/daughter can be part.
- Partnering with Parents Blog
- Audio of Danny Hinton, Director of Downline Ministries, speaking to Fellowship parents on what discipleship in the home can look like.
- Audio of Donna Seal, a licensed Christian Counselor, discusses crucial conversations that parents can have with their kids to decrease anxiety and increase coping skills.