CP Kids

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CP Kids


We believe children our a gift from God and while the primary responsibility for spiritual upbringing is for parents (Deut. 4:96:711:19Psalm 78:1-8Ephesians 6:1-4), we believe the church community is to equip and assist parents in raising kids to love Jesus. For the same reason that Jesus gave his attention to kids, we believe kids grow best when nurtured by loving parents, mentors and teachers.


We will not only teach Bible stories, but we will teach the kids how Jesus is the hero of every Bible story. It’s all about Jesus. In fact, what we hope for the adults, is the same for our kids – we want them to be pointed to Jesus. We are not interested in simply modifying a kids’ behavior, we’re after a transformation of their hearts. A changed heart will result in Godly character and choices.

Our Mission

Pointing our children to Jesus so that they would know God, find freedom, experience belonging, and seek renewal.

Our Strategy


We believe that children benefit from the regular gathering of the church body, just as their parents do. We will do this through expository lessons, worship through song, and sacraments for children who are professing believers.


We believe that children need to develop their own personal relationship with the Lord through Bible reading, Bible memorization, prayer, and more. We aim to equip parents with the tools to disciple their children and to inspire children to take ownership of their faith as they grow.


We believe that children need Gospel-centered relationships. We will do this by encouraging community on Sunday morning as well as offering opportunities for connection throughout the week through CP Kids Connects, story times, play dates, and attending Community Group with their parents.


We believe that children are not excluded in the call to serve their church and community. We will do this by providing age-appropriate service activities for children on Sundays and at CP Kids Connects. We will also encourage parents to involve their children in family service projects both through the church and in their communities.

What's Happening in CP Kids

Just a reminder about germs...

While we value the presence of all children in CP Kids there are times when it is best to not check your child in. For the safety of your child and the other children and volunteers we kindly ask that you refrain from checking your child into CP Kids if they exhibit any of the following symptoms:

  • Illness that prevents the child from participating comfortably in program activities, such as going outdoors.
  • Fever or vomiting in the past 24 hours
  • More than one bout of diarrhea within a 24-hour period
  • Runny nose (anything but clear discharge)
  • Excessive coughing
  • Discharge in or around the eyes or conjunctivitis (pink eye)
  • Untreated infectious skin infections, patches or questionable rashes
  • Head lice
  • Any other unusual sign or symptom of illness
  • If being treated with antibiotics, please allow 24 hours of treatment before checking a child in.

What are we learning?

WINTER 2019/2020


1-The Fiery Furnace

Daniel 3

Story Point: God delivered Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego from the king.

8-Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream

Daniel 4

Story Point: God humbled King Nebuchadnezzar to show that He is in control.

15-Daniel in the Lions’ Den

Daniel 6

Story Point: God shut the mouths of the lions to save Daniel.

22-Jesus Was Born

Matthew 1; Luke 2

Story Point: God came to earth as a human baby to be with us.

29-Family Style Service-Elementary Kids join the service.


5-Obadiah the Prophet


Story Point: God promised to restore Israel and rule the earth as King.

12-The Captives Came Home

Ezra 1–3

Story Point: God kept His promise to bring His people home.

19-The Temple Was Rebuilt

Ezra 4–6; Haggai

Story Point: God’s people rebuilt the temple to glorify God.

26-Zechariah the Prophet


Story Point: Zechariah said the Messiah is coming.


2-Esther Saved Her People


Story Point: God made Esther a queen to protect His people.

9-The Walls Rebuilt

Nehemiah 1–6

Story Point: God used Nehemiah to rebuild Jerusalem’s walls.

16-God’s People Repented

Nehemiah 8–13

Story Point: God’s people repented and promised to be faithful.

23-Malachi the Prophet


Story Point: Malachi called God’s people to repent to prepare for the Messiah.

Resources for Training Your Child

Volunteer Needs

We are currently in need of 12 people to say yes to sharing the Gospel with the children in our church. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit our Serve page. Please fill out the form and choose CP Kids as the area of interest. The CP Kids director will contact you to provide more information.