The nursery is open from 8:45-11:45. Children’s choir meets during the sermon at the 9:00 worship hour.
Children’s and Youth Sunday School classes meet at 10:30. Adult Sunday School is offered at 9:00am and 10:30am. Other adult education opportunities are offered at various times during the week throughout the year. There are NO classes on the 1st Sunday of each month to encourage All-Community Worship. Families are invited to attend worship together at 9:00 and stay for Sunday School at 10:30.
Children meet in the choir room in the hallway of the sanctuary building and are escorted by teachers to classrooms on the first floor and in the nearby Wesley building behind the main building. Youth meet upstairs in the Annex across from the main church office. Adults meet upstairs in the conference room.
Join us any Sunday morning! There is no need to register in advance. Adults will be asked to leave contact information for the safety of all of our children. Call the main office if you have questions: 425.392.0123
During first Sunday of each month, we suspend Sunday school so that the whole family can worship together. Research shows that a child’s ability to develop a life-changing faith and relationship with God increases dramatically when they get to see faith modeled and lived out by older adults and especially their parents.
The third Sunday of the month, (also known as our Missions Sunday) after the children’s moment, the children go out of the sanctuary and up the stairs to the Talbert building for a special service project. Sometimes we pack lunches for the poor and homeless and sometimes we create “go-bags” full of snacks and basic necessities for the homeless we see around town. Whatever we do that particular month, we find ways to creatively help children experience what it’s like to love God by loving others.
On every other Sunday, we have “traditional Sunday school” in classrooms broken up by school grade. We are using Whirl kids curriculum on Sunday mornings in our classes. This is a new exciting curriculum that includes adventures, exciting stories, art, animated video storytelling and active games.
We are strong believers of helping to support and empower parents. This includes providing practical resources and growing opportunities on subjects like building better marriages, becoming the spiritual leaders of one’s children, and learning what it means and looks like to experience a holistically redeemed life in God’s Kingdom here on earth. Keep an eye on our calendar for opportunities like these to learn and grow as individuals and as a family!
Asst. Director of Children Youth and Family Ministries