The Immanuel Kids Ministry offers a wide variety of programs and on-going activities for 1st – 5th grade boys & girls on various days of the week. Immanuel believes in supporting families in the spiritual growth & training of children. Therefore, we believe in offering a full range of exciting opportunities for kids and families to choose from.
Below is a list of our upcoming programs and on-going activities for kids and families to be involved in. If you would like more specific information about any of these, simply select that ministry to the right.
Click HERE to fill out Immanuel's Family Registration form!
2016 Spring Upward Soccer - Upward Soccer is for kids in Kindergarten (or 5 years old) through 8th grade. Registration begins Sunday, November 1st! For more information, please click HERE!
Kid's Winter Camp - Send your kids to Forest Home this winter, where they will enjoy a weekend in the canyon, zip-lining through the trees, drinking hot chocolate, and connecting with friends. Winter Camp is for kids in 3rd-5th grade and takes place January 29-31. For more information and to register your child, click HERE!
HomeFront Weekly - Each Week in Sunday School and Kid's Worship, we send kids home with a copy of HomeFront Weekly. It is designed to help families intentionally spend time in God's Word together before coming to church each week. Using HomeFront weekly, parents will be the first to introduce their kids/students to the bible content they will hear at church. By providing this resource, our church is supporting parents as they spiritually nurture their children/teens.
HomeFront Magazine - HomeFront Magazine is a monthly resource that gives parents ideas on how to create fun, spiritually forming times in their homes - even in the midst of their busy lives. This Spiritual Parenting resource can be sent to your inbox each month, you can sign up for a free subscription or just to check out what HomeFront has to offer at www.homefrontmag.com.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Jaime McWhorter.