As parents, nothing can substitute the love, attention and care that you shower on your children during their earliest years. Which is why at Grace Point, we believe that our role is to come alongside you and help you build a biblical foundation for your children. We are not here to take your place, but to be your cheerleaders!
Our teachers have a heart and desire to introduce children to Jesus Christ and to help our children live in God’s Kingdom (not their own).
We offer several ministries for children during our worship service on Sundays:
Nursery through Pre-K (First and second services)
GP Kids for grades K-5 (First service)
Newborns to age 2 years are invited to play in our nursery while their parents attend worship.
Our wonderful volunteers love holding babies and toddlers!
In our Pre-K classroom, kids enjoy a short Bible lesson with our amazing leaders followed by a time of play/fellowship. We believe in helping kids to connect with their Creator and each other through play and interaction.
During our 9:30 am service, our GP Kids elementary (Grades K-5) kids will experience worship and a large group message. After the message kids will be broken into small groups according to their grade levels to dive deeper into the topic and scripture. The morning also contains a variety of games and activities to enhance the morning’s message.
Our 11 am service is a special family worship service. We invite your children in grades K-5 to join us in the sanctuary for service.
For children with different abilities/special needs, contact Scott Bridges about how we can
serve you and your family.
We would love to have you join our team!
If you are interested in serving one or more weeks per month, please contact Pam Cherubino. We provide full training, ensuring a positive and safe experience for you and the children. All those who work with our children are fully screened.
In order to insure the safety and health of all children and our staff, please refrain from bringing your child if he or she has had any of the following symptoms within the past 24 hours.
Fever/temperature greater than 100°
Cold symptoms (cough, runny nose, etc.)
Any contagious disease
If your child is being treated with antibiotics he or she should be on the drug at least 24 hours before coming to class. No drugs will be administered by our staff.