Your Children are a High Priority to Us!
We're committed to providing a fun and safe environment for your children to learn about Jesus! On Sunday, we have children's church (during the sermon) which provides an opportunity for your kids to learn about God on their level. We also offer an array of age based Sunday School classes. Every Wednesday, we have an AWANA club that focuses on helping kids learn Bible verses!
Have a young one? Feel free to drop them off in the nursery. We have a state of the art check in system that helps keep our children safe and accounted for!
AWANA is an international ministry aimed at helping to teach your children the truth of God's Word. We're thrilled to be a part of this ministry! AWANA meets every Wednesday at 6:30 beginning September 16th.
Please fill out a registration form for each child. A week prior to the start of this year's AWANA we will be sending each family orientation material that will help familiarize you with this wonderful ministry. There is a $30 registration fee, but we have scholarships available! Fees include uniform, bag and workbook. Registration is not complete until payment has been made or we have received a scholarship form. Registration is open all year.
If a scholarship is needed, please contact the church office at 913-682-3790 to register your child and receive a scholarship form.
Puggles (2 & 3 Year Olds)
Cubbies (3 to 5 Year Olds)
Sparks (Kindergarten through 2nd Grade)
Truth and Training (3 through 6th Grade)
We know that many parents are concerned about their children due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety of your little ones is very important to us! Therefore, we are taking to following precautions this year to help create as safe as an environment as possible:
Limited classroom capacity (register soon!)
Sanitize the facility before and after each AWANA Club along with high touch areas during club
Manage movement throughout our facility to limit cross-club exposure
Require face-masks for all volunteers and clubbers
Asking all parents and volunteers to inform us of any illness so we can pray and care for them
Those who exhibit fever or symptoms are asked to stay home