GROWING THE NEXT GENERATION
And now, just as you accepted Christ Jesus as your Lord, you must continue to follow him. Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught. Colossians 2:6-7
 
Trinity believes that children are a vital part of the church. We seek to create a safe and nurturing environment where children can grow in their knowledge of God and His word. Our goal is to cultivate a deeply rooted faith and a growing love for Christ in our children.
 
The number one priority of our children’s ministry is to work alongside parents to guide children to develop a biblical worldview and understand God’s plan for salvation and Christian service.We aim to provide a safe and loving environment where children learn by example how to show Christ-like love to others, how to grow in their own relationship with Christ, and how to live a life of Christian service. To ensure safety, all pre-school and children’s department volunteers submit a volunteer application that is screened by the pastor and children’s ministry director and undergo a criminal background check. Further, every child must be checked in and checked out at one of our Children’s Department Welcome Centers. 
 
 
TRINITY KIDS WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Sunday’s:
SUNDAY SCHOOL
9:15am – Age appropriate classes
Explore the Bible Curriculum
 
CHILDREN’S CHURCH
10:30am – K-2nd Grade
 
CHILDREN’S GROWTH GROUPS
6:00PM – K-6th Grade
 
Wednesday’s:
6:00-7:30pm – 3yrs through 6th grade
*during the school year
6pm- TeamKid
 
SPECIAL EVENTS
•Vacation Bible School
•Children’s camp
•Fall Pumpkin Patch Family Day

 

 

FUN LINKS FOR KIDS!
Questions about creation? Find answers here: www.answersingenesis.org/kids
Questions about dinosaurs? Find answers here: christiananswers.net/dinosaurs/home.html
Questions about science, the Bible or animals? Find answers, games and activities here: christiananswers.net/kids/home.html
Kids On Mission! Want to get involved in Missions or learn how you can pray for kid Missionaries all over the world? Check out: kidsonmission.org