Parents present their child/children for infant baptism or dedication. New parents receive support through baptism/dedication class and an individual meeting with one of our pastors.
Toddlers begin to receive more intentional discipleship. Parents attend a class and receive resources for prayer, Bible-reading, and call-and-response blessings to encourage their child's hearts.
First graders receive Bibles. First grade Sunday school curriculum focuses on preparing new readers to receive their Bibles. Parents participate in a Bible-signing event.
Third graders learn about Communion in this class as part of their growing faith. Together with their parents they will prepare for the right time to partake in this sacred ordinance.
Fifth graders move up to middle school ministry and are invited to participate more fully in church life. Sixth graders may assist in corporate worship.
Eighth graders move up into high school ministry and are encouraged to own their own faith. Rising freshmen may participate in summer service trips.
Sophomores consider lifelong commitment to the body of Christ. Sophomores participate in a class encouraging loyalty to the local and global church.
Graduating seniors are celebrated and sent out with a blessing. Graduating seniors are presented before the congregation and are celebrated as they continue the journey of faith away from the home.