Children's Ministries

Partnering with you in raising fearless followers

our dream

We want children to discover who Jesus is, learn to follow him, and to fearlessly make him known.

What can I Expect?

Cultivate Kids creates safe and creative environments for children of all abilities to learn biblical truths through interactive story-telling, activities and collaborative art projects. In partnership with families, we help kids follow Jesus with all their heart, mind and soul, and to fearlessly love and serve others like Jesus.

Weekend classes are available at the same time as the adult services. We respect your role as the primary spiritual leader in your child’s life so you will check your child into Cultivate Kids before the service, but Kindergarten through 4th grade will stay with their families for the first part of the service. A host from the stage with invite kids to continue in worship in Cultivate Kids.

Cultivate Kids teachings try to be similar, no matter the campus. We also support and participate in various other programs and activities throughout the year. Cultivate Kids is available for children birth – 4th grade.

Get involved

Here are a few ways to take some next steps.

Help out along with your family

Families who serve together have more fun. Serve together in the nurseries and classrooms to see first hand how we partner with you in raising fearless followers.

Child Dedication

Learn the why and how of this important milestone in the life of your child and our community.

What’s coming up

Mark your calenders and join us.

  • No upcoming events are scheduled

Our Guides

Get to know the people involved in Children Ministries.

Kari Ledebuhr

Kids Ministry Coordinator

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Jason Scoles

Family Life Pastor

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Erin Rathjen

Family Life Admin

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Matt Randle

Family Life Resident

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God has gifted you uniquely to be a part of impacting the next generation.  Find out how you can get involved.

A chance for families to celebrate taking the next step in the development of their children.