Children

At GracePoint we believe in nurturing the hearts and minds of our youngest members. Our Children's Ministry is a vibrant and loving community dedicated to providing a safe, fun, and enriching environment for children to grow in faith.

WEE-VILLE | BIRTH- 24 MONTHS

While our parents are participating in praise and growing in God’s Word, their wee-ones are in a safe, loving environment in Wee-Ville. They can nap or play with age-appropriate toys with loving volunteers while learning to interact with each other.

Wee-Ville has a warm, loving environment where a young child feels at home and parents feel at ease. Wee-Ville is supplied with safe, age-appropriate toys. We also place a strong emphasis on cleanliness, Wee-Ville is thoroughly disinfected after each service.

TINY TOWN | 2 & 3 YRS / 4 & 5 YRS

What We Teach:

First impressions are important. That’s why we use the First Look curriculum to give preschool children a first impression of their loving heavenly Father. The curriculum keeps it simple and fun, repeating one basic truth about God all month long. The activities tickle all the senses that makes mastering the concepts a blast. Crazy fun activities to crafts to large group Bible story and worship time, it’s all part of the plan to help a child believe three key things by the time they are five years old:

  1. God made me.
  2. God loves me.
  3. Jesus wants to be my friend forever.

KID CITY | K-5TH

On Sundays, our Kid City class is split into two groups. Children in K-2nd grade meet upstairs in the Student Center and children in 3rd-5th grade meet downstairs in our Student Center. On Wednesday at 7 PM, during MDWK, K-5th grade meets together upstairs in the Student Center!

What We Teach:

Every Sunday we use a curriculum called 252 Basics. The name, 252 Basics, is inspired by Luke 2:52: “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and men.” There are 3 basics truths, modeled by Jesus in Luke 2:52, that we want every child to know by the time they leave 6th grade:

  • I need to make the wise choice.
  • I can trust God no matter what.
  • I should treat others the way I want to be treated