Elementary

Teaching your 1st-4th Grader about God’s love and helping their faith become their own.

Upcoming Elementary Events

What Elementary Looks Like

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Sunday Mornings

Available at 9:30 and 11 am

Our team has created special lessons that includes worship songs to sing along with, engaging & inspiring lessons, and activities for the kids.

Mid-Week

Wednesday night from 6-7:30 pm

Join us every Wednesday night from 6-7:30 pm for 1-4th grade Bible study. Come hear about Jesus, play fun games, and spend time with friends. Invite all your friends. Dinner will be provided!

Elementary FAQ

Children will enjoy a special lesson that includes worship, a message, and fun activities that reinforce our Christ Connection for the morning.

At 9:30 am, children begin in classrooms according to their grade and then shift to Alexander Hall for our large-group worship. This hour sees higher attendance than at 11 am.

At 11 am, all grades 1-4 come together in Alexander Hall for the full hour where we dance and sing, read from the Bible, and play!

Come hang out with us on Wednesday nights from 6-7:30 pm every week. We have dinner, games, fun, and fellowship. Drop off and Pick Up by Circle Drive at Wight Garden.

*If you are a first-time visitor or bringing a new friend, please walk your children inside the building and up to Alexander Loft so we can make sure we have all the necessary information in case of emergencies.

Wight Garden in the Alexander Building on the East end of campus is where all children are checked-in on Sunday mornings. If it’s your first time checking in, please visit the welcome desk by the glass doors. Once your children have their nametags, please use the staircase in Wight Garden to go upstairs to Alexander Loft. A member of our team will be there to greet you and help you find your classroom.

We offer a class called “Come to the Table” four times a year to introduce your child to the Lord’s Supper. The class is intended for kids 1st-6th grade. During this class, you will learn as a family to remember what Jesus did for us on the cross, how we receive Jesus in a special way at his table, and how we rejoice in the life that is to come!

Questions?

Email Isabelle Heard, Director of Elementary