Brian Abney
Youth & Family Ministry

 

    Family Ministry Vision

 
The goal of our Family Ministry is to define the roles and relationships in a loving Christian family-friendly environment. With the pressures on Christian families today, through the efforts of His Church, God can and will provide the solutions for equipping Christian families to embrace the gospel in their homes and rely on His grace in practical, real world ways.
 
We believe that it is God's will for this church to make every effort in the development of that discipleship mentality through spiritual guidance that will serve to build strong, Christian family relationships.

 

Youth & Family

                   Ministry

Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for
the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." –Matthew 19:14
 

As a church, we invite children of all ages to be a part of the growing, thriving ministry of our church. With spaces for newborns and toddlers in our nursery and classes for preschoolers and elementary school every Sunday morning, we welcome your entire family to take part in learning and growing towards Christ as a part of our faith-community.
Our mission in children's ministry is to reach and teach children of all ages about the love of God that they might know Him as their Savior and be able to share His love with others in their lives. Although they may not be able to fully express it, children have souls that are yearning for God and it is our goal to help them find and follow after Him as they grow. It is our desire that every child experience God-centered programs and activities at our church that will nurture them in developing their faith.

Take a look at the children's ministry programs we have available for newborns up to fifth grade students throughout the week at our church.

      Youth Ministry Vision
 
We encourage all young people to discover God's love for themselves with all of their questions, anger and personal experiences.  Young people feel spiritually and emotionally safe when they are in an all inclusive, loving, and nonjudgmental environment and we are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to provide that environment.