Children's Ministry

The Children's ministry is centered on the Word of God and desire to see children get to know Jesus Christ.  Our desire is to connect your child with the love of God by worshipping Him.  We do this by reading the Bible, singing songs, memorizing scripture and learning how to apply God's principles to everyday life.  Children are invited to join us for Kingdom Quest Sunday School and Children's Church to discover God's love for them and how to know Him personally.

  

Sign up to attend our Vacation Bible School! June 18-22, 2018 from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM  (Light Dinner Provided), Age 4 years - 5th Grade, youth and adults, Nursery Care provided (children 3 and under), Return completed registration form before June 14, 2018 to the Church Office or email it to Kristin@enaples.org.

Click this link to go to VBS registration form 2018.pdf

 

  

Sunday Nursery:  8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

     For children 4yrs of age and younger.  Located in Elsey Hall.

 

Sunday School Large Group: 10:05 a.m. - 10:35 a.m.

     Preschool-5th Grade - Large group begins with worship and introducing the Bible lesson for the day.

 

Sunday School Small Group: 10:35 a.m. - 11:05 a.m.

     After Large Group, students are divided into age level groups (Pre-K, 2nd Grade, 3-5 Grade) where they dig deeper in the Bible lesson, work on scripture memorization and learn how to apply God's Principles in their life.

 

Sunday Children's Church:  11:10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

     Children's Church meets during the 11:15am worship service and is for children in pre-school through 5th Grade.  All children sit in the Sanctuary with their parents and come up to the front for a special Children's Sermon during the service.  Following the Children's Sermon, the children are excorted to the second floor of the Education Building.  This is a worship service that is all their own.  During Children's Church they learn stories from the Bible, sing and create craft projects.  You may pick up your child on the second floor of the Education Building at the end of worship service.