What We Have For Families
A church community is not just for adults. People of all ages need to understand the message of Jesus in a way that is both relevant and understandable.

Our youth programming at Faith is tailored to meet the individual needs of all members of a family, from the very young, to those preparing for adulthood.

Infants and Toddlers - (Birth to 2 years)

We are happy to provide a safe, clean, and loving environment for your little one in our nursery during our community hour and our morning worship service.

The safety and care of your child is our main concern. All of our workers have undergone a criminal background check, and we provide a sign-in/sign-out service to add to our security.

Preschoolers - (2 1/2 to 5 years)

Little ones of this age are full of energy, our preschool age program is geared toward their unique needs and attention spans. Featuring simple stories, songs, memory verse and learning activities, we offer program for Pre-K kids during both our adult community hour and our morning worship service. While we have no programming for Pre-K kids on Sunday nights, they are welcome to come to a supervised play time.

Elementary - (Kindergarten to 5th Grade)

We strive to make our elementary age programming, Faith Kids, a place parents are excited to send their children and a place their children are excited to go. Each week is an opportunity for children to listen to exciting Bible lessons, sing songs, play games, and make friends. During the adult community hour, the children participate in various activities designed to reinforce the big idea of the lesson or memorize Scripture.

From 6:00 to 7:30 on Sunday Nights, we meet for Bible Studies. During this time, we have a fun, active time of learning a Bible Story, scripture memory, songs, and, perhaps most importantly in the eyes of a kid, games.

Teens - (Junior and Senior High)

Teens face a variety of challenges as they grow up. Through our teen ministry, we provide them with sound Biblical teaching to help them navigate through this ever changing time in their lives. Each week gives teens an opportunity to make friends, study the Bible, pray and maybe get in a game of air hockey