Children's Bible Fellowships (CBFs)
Every Sunday morning from 9:50-11:00 AM, we gather in age specific groups for a time of learning and fun. Each of our classes is taught by two teams of two people who share the teaching responsibility. All of our volunteers love kids and have submitted to a background check and attended training on child safety in an effort to provide your child with a safe and friendly environment to learn more about God. To read more about the process that all of our volunteers have gone through, please download the Student Ministry Policy Handbook 2019 to the right (or below on mobile devices).
Nursery (newborn - age three)
Sonbeams / Pre-K (toilet trained 3 - age 5)
Pioneers / Kindergarten & First Grade
Explorers / Second & Third Grade
Skyriders / Fourth & Fifth Grade
Our Nursery class provides a fun place for babies and toddlers to play and learn each Sunday so that you may attend a Bible Fellowship of your own. Beginning in our Pre-K class, our teachers use "The Gospel Project for Kids" curriculum which is a Christ-centered chronological study of the Bible. For more information on "The Gospel Project," click here. Want to know where our classes are in the Gospel Project curriculum? Click on the CBF Calendar to the right (or below for mobile devices) to learn more.
Each child, beginning in Pre-K, receives their own handbook binder for the year. For each lesson, there is an overview page which includes the memory verse as well as the Essential Truth for that lesson. Children earn points for being in attendance, bringing a Bible, and participating in the discussion. We encourage you as parents and primary disciplers of your children to review Sunday's lesson, memory verse, and essential truth the following week. You may give your child points for their memory verse and talking with you about the lesson they heard from their CBF teachers the previous Sunday. You may also give bonus points at your discretion.
The points from church and home are added together and may be cashed in 3 times a year at our CBF Store. At our November store, the children buy items using their earned points to pack shoeboxes forOperation Christmas Child, a ministry of Samaritan's Purse. The winter and spring stores includes items that the children can purchase for themselves or family members.
Following the overview page in the student handbook is an activity page that corresponds with the weekly lesson. Each class works on that page during the course of their lesson.