Children's Ministry at Village West Family
Children are important to Village West Family Church
Jesus said "Let the children come to me. Don't keep them away. The Kingdom of heaven belongs to people like them." Matthew 19:14
At our church, children learn about Jesus and what it means to serve Him. Loving and qualified adults serve our children each week in all areas of our children's ministry. We provide a safe and caring environment that allows the children to grow in their faith.
We provide a nursery ministry each Sunday morning for babies ages 0 to 2. Staffed by qualified volunteers and overseen by staff pastors we strive to provide excellence in care and ministry to your child.
Tiny Town is the Preschool Ministry at Villagewest. Children ages 3-5 learn about God and experience Him through age appropriate bible lessons, crafts songs and games. Trained Volunteers are eager to work with our kids Sundays at 10 am.
Kidscity Worship Service
Led by Pastor Brooke Kendall four fully trained ministry teams rotate monthly to minister to our children from grades K-5th. At 10 am on Sundays, they meet in a ministry spaced designed specifically for them. Through vibrant worship, games, puppet ministry, and bible lessons children learn about God and experience His presence in a service designed for them. Kids have the ability to be involved in children's musicals seasonally.
Dangerous Road Jan 7th-21st 3 week Lesson Series
The children will learn all throughout this series the need for them to pray, give, and go! PRAY for missionaries and for lost souls to be saved! GIVE so that missionaries can travel across the world, live in a foreign country, and share Jesus with others. And GO - because they are missionaries right now in their schools and around their neighborhoods. One day, God may even call them to be missionaries to another country.
OUCH! Jan 28th – March 4th 6 week Lesson Series
Welcome to our series called “Ouch!” It’s all about some really powerful truths Jesus taught when he preached the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus said some things that made his followers say, “Ouch!” because they knew what Jesus said was so true, and when they thought about how they were living compared to how Jesus said they should be, it stung a little. It hurt them to see how far off they were from how Jesus said they should be living.
Proverbs 22:6 says, "Train up a child in the way he should go and even when he is old he will not depart from it"
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