Children’s Ministry

Apostles Children’s Ministry Vision | Fall 2021
Lauren Mann, Director of Next Generation Ministries

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June 26-30: Vacation Bible School: Make Waves | Register

Children from Pre-K to 5th grade begin in the sanctuary with their families for the start of our worship service. After singing a few songs together, they will be dismissed for age appropriate teaching and fun while adults stay in the sanctuary for the sermon. Our desire for Kid’s Club is for children to connect with God and each other through engaging activities, games and teaching. Join us!


We love children here at Church of the Apostles, and we look forward to meeting you and your children! It is our desire for children of all ages to feel safe and loved while they are with us. Our check in process is simple for parents so you can easily drop off your child(ren) and enjoy the worship service.

We provide a nursery during our 8:30 & 11:00am worship services, as well as during our Formation Hour from 10:00-10:45am during the school year (taking a break in December & the summer months). Our caregivers are all trained volunteers who love children and desire to share the love of Jesus.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

While adults attend the Formation Forum {adult education} from 10:00-10:45am {between worship services} for their enrichment, we have offerings for children as well! Children ages 0-4 are welcome in the nursery to play with their friends and loving caregivers. For elementary-age children, we have two classes (PreK – 2nd grade & 3rd-5th grade) where they experience the Bible in a new and fun way while building connections with other children their age! The 10:00 Hour is offered during the school year taking a break in December and for the summer.

Winter/Spring 2022 {Resumes January 23rd!}
The K-2nd class will be looking up close at Jesus’ miracles, and how they reveal that He is God and can do anything.

The 3rd-5th class will be getting to know Paul and his missionary journeys. They’ll start with the story of his travels in the book of Acts on one week, and the next week, they’ll dive into an excerpt from Paul’s letter to the church they read about in Acts the week before. So, it’ll be a mix of history and inductive Bible study.