The Children’s Ministry of Grace Church exists to joyfully display the Glory of God. We believe that children are highly valued gifts from The LORD (Psalm 127:3) and that we have a responsibility to make, mature, and mobilize the next generation as disciples of Christ (Deuteronomy 6:4-9 ; Psalm 78:3-7). We do this by providing and maintaining a safe, secure, and loving environment for our children, making the whole counsel of Scripture known to them through biblical, gospel-rich curriculum, and by partnering with parents as they are primarily responsible for teaching biblical truths to their children (Ephesians 6:4). 


Grace Kids offers classrooms for children from 6 months to 8 years of age. We suggest arriving 15 minutes early to allow time for check-in and settling the kids into their classrooms. At check-in, you’ll receive a customized name tag for your child and a security tag for you. Please present this security tag at pick-up. Your child will not be released to you without this tag. If your child is not yet potty-trained, we suggest bringing along an extra change of clothes. If, for any reason, we need you during the services, we will send you a text message directly. 


We take the safety of our children very seriously. Grace upholds the highest standards in the screening and training of our team. All workers with kids and students are members within the church who have completed screening, a criminal background check, and child abuse awareness training. Additionally, no adult is permitted to work alone in any setting with a minor. 

Grace Church is deeply committed to providing a safe, secure, and loving environment for children and their families. 

Grace Church holds zero tolerance for abuse in ministry programs and activities. It is the responsibility of every staff member and volunteer to act in the best interest of all children in every program. In the event a staff member or worker observes any inappropriate behaviors (i.e. policy violations, neglectful supervision, poor role-modeling, etc.) or suspected abuse or neglect (physical, emotional, or sexual) it is that individual’s responsibility to immediately report his or her observations.