Sovereign Grace Kids

Christian parents have the unique privilege and responsibility of raising their kids in the discipline and instruction of the Lord (Eph. 6:4). It's no easy task! 

That's why at Sovereign Grace Kids we count it a joy to assist parents on Sunday morning by helping your children:

  1. Enjoy fun, interactive, and educational times together
  2. Read and learn from the Bible (the whole thing)
  3. Understand how each part of the Bible points to Jesus

Where Your Kids Should Go
If you have kids that are walking, 5 years old and under, you can bring them a few minutes before the meeting starts to the Sovereign Grace Kids Kiosk, directly across from the main auditorium. A trained and qualified volunteer will gladly get your children signed up, issue nametags, and give you a unique pick-up slip to help ensure your children's safety and security. Of course, if you want to keep your kids with you for the entire meeting, please do!

Children in the 1st-5th grades will begin the morning in the main meeting with their parents. They'll be dismissed to classes right before the sermon starts. Again, if you'd rather your kids stay with you for the whole meeting, that's great.

Moms can take noisy or hungry infants to the Mom and Baby room, located through the doors to the right of the stage. Various accessories and a live video stream are there to serve you.

What They'll Do
Sovereign Grace Kids is built around The Gospel Story for Kids Curriculum, a unique, three-year program that helps ground children in the gospel story from Genesis to Revelation. The curriculum includes age-appropriate illustrations, activities, coloring pages, object lessons, memorization, The Gospel Story Bible, and two family-friendly devotionals, Long Story Short: Ten-Minute Devotions to Draw Your Family to God (OT) and Old Story New: Ten-Minute Devotions to Draw Your Family to God (NT).

What You Can Do
We see Sovereign Grace Kids as a means to help parents introduce their children to God and the gospel and increase their love for both. Their time in the classroom is meant to be a supplement to what you're doing in the home. (Deut. 6:7-8, Prov. 22:6) To this end, we encourage you to use the devotional material and Scripture memory work we provide for family worship times in the home.