WE LOVE KIDS!
Visiting us for the first time? No fear!
Welcome to our Evergreen Kidz Ministry! Our kidz range from Pre k – 6th grade, which is such an important age for spiritual development. We offer a place for them to grow in their relationship with God, while hanging out with kids their age. Our kidz experience fun worship, games, and the word of God relevant to their life.
Join us in the fellowship hall at 6:30 PM for dinner during the school year (free)! and @ 7 PM Kids classes. Classes are over at 8 PM.
PK to 2nd grade – Led by Christina Griffin
3rd and 6th grade – Led by Misti Stanley
10 AM Small Groups (all ages)
PK to 2nd grade
3rd to 6th grade
11 AM Worship
Children’s Church PK – 3rd grade
Events Throughout the year we hold fundraisers to fund a summer camp as well as other fun activities for class.
Summer Camp (June 25-28)
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The safety of your child’s is our utmost concern.
Volunteers at Evergreen Kidz are trained to create an atmosphere where families can confidently leave their children while they are in service. Every volunteer is screened with a background check and the kids hallway is monitored. Don’t worry parents – we’ve got this!
What We Offer
Our Sunday kids ministries are organized in three areas.
Childcare (babies and toddlers)
Kids’ Worship (K through 3rd)
WHAT WE TEACH
A parent is not the only influence your child needs.
Your kids will experience an age appropriate lesson that will teach them about God and His love for them. The teaching is interactive and utilizes multiple approaches for different learning styles. The goal at Evergreen Kidz is for kids to understand who Jesus is and how He can make a difference in their lives. They will also have a lot of fun! Simply put w have fun! We learn about Jesus. We get to know each other. And we always keep in mind that the church is here to help parents, not replace them. Your kids are going to love it at Evergreen Baptist Church!
The Ride Home
On your way home, be sure to ask your child questions like, “Did you have fun?” and “What did you learn today?” It’s our goal that every child has a positive answer to these two questions, every week!