Sunday mornings at 9:15 you will find children actively engaging the stories of the Bible. Through games, crafts and other activities, children are encouraged to enter the story. In age appropriate ways, children begin to learn that the Bible is a source of guidance that is applicable to the way they choose to live each day.
As children enter Kindergarten they join their family in our service of worship. (Childcare is provided for Pre-K and younger.) There is a children's sermon most Sundays. Kindergartners are given a personal quiet bag of activities. Quiet bags are available in the narthex for guests. Our children often lead us in worship as they open the Bible and light the Christ candle at the beginning of the service, sing or play with children's music, and other ways as the children feel ready.
At KBC children are valued for who they are, not just who they will become. Intergenerational activities allow children to get to know other adults who care for them and are interested in what they are doing and thinking. While parents are the primary source of spiritual formation for their children, we seek to come alongside families and support them in their effort. From formational experiences to enrichment resources KBC wants to help children to continue to grow in their understanding of what it means to be a child of God.