Providing a safe and secure an environment in which children develop faith in Jesus Christ is our top priority. All adults serving in Children Ministry at SPC are screened and serve on teams of two or more. Parents are encouraged to participate in or occasionally observe our Children’s Ministry Teams in action. To register your children, please complete our Children’s Ministry Participation Form and submit it to Zac Collins or the church office.
Nursery | Sundays: 8:30 to Noon, Tuesdays: 9:30 to 11:45, & Wednesdays: 6:30 to 8:00 PM
Caring for infants and toddlers – from birth through 36 months – during all Sunday services, on Tuesday mornings, and on Wednesday evenings
Children’s Worship | Sundays at 8:30 and 11:00 AM
Providing Bible lessons and related activities for children – from 3 through 6 years old – during the preaching at both Worship Services on Sunday mornings.
Sunday School | Sundays at 9:45 AM
Teaching children – from 2 years old through 5th grade – Bible lessons from Children Desiring God designed to commend faith in Jesus and promote basic Biblical literacy. Our gifted teaching teams are very relationship oriented and experienced.
Cat Clubs | Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8:00 PM
Building faith in Jesus one answer at a time. CAT Clubs are one of SPC’s discipleship ministries for children. They meet on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 and serve children from four years-old through fifth grade. CAT Clubs have three big goals: Helping kids develop Christian friendships at church, laying a strong foundation for their formation of Christian world-view, and, most importantly, helping them learn to live in the light of reasoned faith in Jesus’ gospel of grace. CAT Club lessons are based on the SPC CAT Club Catechism. Parents are encouraged to help their children memorize, understand, and live by these truths.
Vacation Bible School
Welcoming our children and their friends – from 4 years old through 5th Grade Graduates – during the summer, to experience a week of joyful exposure to the Gospel. Teens and adults work together to demonstrate the power and grace of God’s redeeming love and to encourage the children to trust Jesus.