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building a community to reach a community


Welcome to GFC's Children's Ministry! We want to partner with families to build a community of children who will reach the world for Christ as they grow. We seek to create meaningful experiences, empower families, and cultivate spiritual growth in the lives of families and children in the nursery through 6th grade. 

Come to the Grace Kids Welcome Center at the main entrance, and we will guide you to the unique environment designed with your child's age group in mind. 

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Kids Blog

  • The Most Challenging Thing I Have Ever Done

    Parenting is definitely the most challenging thing I have ever done.  I feel like I have failed in it more than I have succeeded.  And now that our son is 14, these feelings are only exacerbated!

  • Generosity - A Story From Grace Kids

    This week I was reading the introduction to a book and the following quote jumped off the page at me... "What captures the wonder of our hearts will control the way we live." 

  • Our Parent/Child Dedication Experience: Growing Together

    Finding out that we were pregnant with number 3 was a complete shock. We had two kids, Emma (8) and Eli (7), and we had settled into a comfortable way of life being a family of four, in fact, we thought we couldn’t have anymore kids. Baby number 3 wasn't even on the radar.

  • Walk with Jesus During His Last Week

    When my wife Robin and I heard the Grace Kids team was looking for folks to help with the Walk with Jesus family experience, it wasn’t too difficult for us to say we wanted to help. Both Robin and I are involved in a few different ways of serving at GFC...

  • Something Was Missing

    Jesus said, “…as you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me” (Matthew 25:40). “When you serve others, you serve Me…” Those were the words that went through my mind one Sunday morning after hearing Tim Bowers talk about the need for volunteers in the children’s ministry. 

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