At Capstone Kids, our desire is to partner with families in teaching kids about who God is, how he made them (Ps.139:14), loves them (Rom. 5:8), and wants to be their very best friend (Matt. 28:20).
Our hope is that kids will leave Capstone Kids ministry equipped to GO into their community (Matt. 28:19-20), LOVE others like Jesus (Jn. 15:11-13), and SHARE the hope that we have if we choose to follow him (Is. 52:7).
In our BaseCamp class, babies are introduced to foundational truths from God’s word, hear a story from the Bible, and have the opportunity to complete a craft, coloring page, or corresponding activity with the help of a nursery volunteer. Your baby has access to age-appropriate, interactive toys, swings, and books along with snacks, puzzles, and activities as they develop their gross and fine motor skills.
Quest Kids learn stories from the Bible, build on truths about God that they already know, and grow in their knowledge of the Lord. They learn a monthly verse and take home a weekly activity sheet to complete with their family in order to practice what they are learning at church and apply it throughout the week. Kids enjoy playtime, snack, worship, Bible stories, and activities in a preschool-like setting in order to develop listening and relational skills.
During Expedition, students learn what it means and how to make the most important decision of their life… following Jesus. They have weekly Bible lessons and real-life application activities that encourage kids to choose to live for Jesus, hide his Word in their hearts, and tell others about him in their homes, schools, and community.
At Capstone Kids, safety is our TOP priority. ALL of our Capstone Kids volunteers and staff have been background checked and trained to work with our children’s ministry.
To ensure the safety of your child, we invite you to check your child into their classroom (beginning 15 minutes prior to the service) using our secure check-in system and pick BaseCamp (0-2) and Quest (3-PreK) kids up after the service you’re attending using your unique parent tag.