A CHURCH FAMILY FOR YOUR KIDS BIRTH THROUGH 7th Grade
PVKids prayerfully seeks to inspire, encourage and support families in developing a lifestyle that connects our children to the heart of Jesus. The goal is to go simple and go deep – simple on scheduling and deep on relationships – living out faith together. This program focuses on teaching kids that they are capable of worshiping and serving in the body of Christ while empowering and encouraging parents to raise kids who are strong in the Lord.
Birth through two years – We adore babies and toddlers because they bring such sweet tenderness and unbounded energy to our church family. You can find an inviting and safe environment for your children in our nursery. We offer child care and Bible class during all Sunday morning and Wednesday night programs. If you would like to volunteer in the nursery, contact
Preschoolers are the perfect age to absorb God’s love and splash it out all over us! We just can’t wait for them to get to know their amazing creator, redeemer and friend. All our preschoolers are invited to children’s worship (PEAK) during first worship service on Sunday morning at 8:15 and Bible Class on Sunday mornings at 9:45 am and Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm. Visit the
PEAK page for information on PEAK and PEAK2.
First Through Fourth – Bright, curious minds and tender hearts give elementary kids a true desire to hear God’s message. We want to set their eyes on Jesus and plant their feet firmly on the path to heaven. Elementary students can enjoy Bible class on Sunday mornings at 9:45 am and a “Faith in Action” class on Wednesday nights at 6:30 am. Contact Tina Brown if you would like to volunteer with our first through fourth graders.
Living a lifestyle where God takes center stage can sometimes be tough - especially in middle school! City Life Tweens exists to provide this age group a place that they are known, accepted, taught about Jesus and challenged to grow. We take this opportunity to build authentic and lasting friendships. We empower this group to take this relational foundation and become the ‘city on a hill,’ drawing others in, while growing themselves in Jesus Christ.