Kids are special at Sunset Hills and we desire for them to know how big God is and how much He loves them. As they grow, we want to help them know Jesus more.
After singing ends during our 10:00 AM Sunday worship service, kids are dismissed to Children's Church. Students in preschool through 5th grade get to investigate more about the Creator. Through prayer, snacks, games, challenges, and storytelling, we dig into what a relationship with God is and how we can be rescued by Jesus Christ. Come have fun with us this Sunday!
Sundays at 9:00 AM
During the 9 AM hour, we search the Bible for stories pointing to Jesus Christ! Through games, crafts, discussion, and scavenger hunts, we learn the Lord's commands, words, and love for people. While the Bible calls parents to be the main disciplers of their children, we come alongside the family to equip them to follow Christ. Age-appropriate groups are available for nursery, preschool, and elementary kids.
On Wednesday nights, kids have a great opportunity for kids to glorify God and build up the church through the Kids Drama Club.
Theater is not just an artistic venue, but has benefits of team building, problem solving, and creative exploration. Drama can also foster growth through increasing confidence and public speaking skills, and being more expressive. Through acting, some children can also start to key in on their spiritual gifts.
Contact Children's Pastor Mike Harrelson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to sign up.
Few people know the many hours a teacher spends preparing to invest in kids, let along teaching them. One new initiative this year for the Sunset Hills children's ministry is to provide a teacher breakfast for the elementary schools in our area.
On October 9, 2018, we served a bagel breakfast to teachers and staff at Mill Creek Elementary. On February 5, 2019, we did the same for the teachers at Sunset Elementary, and we'll serve our other schools later on.
If you'd like to join us in serving and celebrating our local teachers, contact Children's Pastor Mike Harrelson.