Connect with the Kids
Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.
New Life Kids
The Children's Ministry at New Life Community Church grows kids that know they have hope and purpose by showing them who God is, how much He loves them, and what it means to follow Him.
Using the ThinkOrange curriculum, we provide age appropriate classes on both Sundays and Wednesdays. Our Nursery, 2s and 3s, and Preschool classrooms are open for the entire Sunday morning service. The rest of the students attend the worship portion of the main service with their families and are dismissed before the sermon. All classes meet for the entire Wednesday night service.
Our Nursery Ministry provides loving arms to rock, cuddle, and play with our children birth through 2 years. Children move up to TTM when they turn 2 years old.
Our Twos and Threes Ministry shows children aged two and three how much God loves them and that they can count on Him through play and stories. Children move to PSM when they turn 4 years old.
Our Preschool Ministry uses the ThinkOrange First Look curriculum to teach our four and five year olds that God loves them through play, stories, and activities. Children move up to KFM on the promotion Sunday leading up to them beginning kindergarten.
Our Kindergarten and First Grade Ministry uses the ThinkOrange 252 Basics curriculum to show our kindergarten and first graders who God is.
Our Elementary Ministry uses the ThinkOrange 252 Basicscurriculum to show our 1st through 4th graders that God wants the best for them.
Our Preteen Ministry uses the ThinkOrange Preteencurriculum to provide a space for 5th and 6th graders to ask hard questions, get to know God better, and understand that He has a plan and purpose for their lives.
The experience that students 7th - 12th grade have at church can have an incredible impact on the rest of their lives. It can determine whether they continue to follow God or turn away. Our Wednesday night Student Ministry shares a time of large group worship and learning before they break out into age and gender specific small groups.