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Kindergarten through 5th Grade

Our elementary-age Kidtown Program is designed to assist parents in guiding children into a relationship with God and grounding them in God’s Word so that they may grow in their relationship. In this way children, no matter what their learning style or interest, will come to better understand God’s truths and be able to apply them to their own lives.

Weekly Program

Sunday Mornings

9:30 AM – Noon

  • 9:30 AM: Core Class / Sunday School (lower elementary and upper elementary)
  • 10:30 AM: Worship (in the Auditorium)
  • 11:00 AM: Children’s Church

Children may plug in at whatever time they arrive.

Midweek SouthKids Program – (AWANA)

An upper elmentary-age is running his fastest in a race at the Awana games

awana2On Wednesday evenings during the school year we offer run a program for kids called AWANA, which stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed.” It involves children — Preschool through 5th grade — in Bible memorization, Bible study, fellowship, game time competition, and much more!
Clubbers work to earn awards, which is a fun motivation. There is a minimal cost involved for materials. Awana runs from 6:30-8:00 PM, during the school year. Click here to register for this year!

Bible Studies for men and women run at the same time as Awana, and we encourage everyone to join in! Kids can join Awana at any time!

Safety & Security

For the safety and security of all children in our children’s community, all kids entering our children’s wing will be required to be registered and checked in at our Check-In Center. Your first time registering, you will be required to provide some basic information, along with any special instructions (allergies, special or medical needs) for your child(ren).

Each week thereafter, you will simply check in, using a name or phone number.  Upon checking in, a name tag will print for each child, along with a claim tag for parents, with an ID code unique for your family. Each child will put their name tag on their person, and the parent will keep the claim tag.  Upon picking up your child, you will simply need to show your claim tag, and your child will be released to you.

For the safety and security of all children in our children’s community: No child will be released to a parent without a claim tag or picture identification.

Other Annual Programs

A bus filled with exuberant Day campers and counselors, on their way to another exciting field trip

Day Camp

For five days during the summer, we offer Day Camp to kids entering Kindergarten through 6th grade. It is an action-packed week, where they learn truths from God’s Word, sing songs, do crafts, play games, and also have fun-filled afternoon field trips! This is a week in their summer they don’t want to miss!

This year’s theme was “Superhero Institute” – and boy did we ever have a blast!



Lake Ann Camp

Each summer, our kids have the opportunity to board our church bus with all of their camp “stuff”, and head to Lake Ann Camp for a week of summer camp!  If you’d like to check out Lake Ann, Click on this link:

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