Known as “Christ for Kids,” Children’s ministry at Immanuel focuses on engaging children and their families with new and creative ways to interact with God’s Word. We’d love for you to join us. Check out our FACEBOOK page for photos and videos! Or, stop by on a Sunday to experience it for yourself!
Trying to teach the faith to a PreK/K kid? Immanuel wants to help! Sunday morning at 9:30, Sept 8 -or- Sept 15, we'll be making "church bags," choosing Kids' Bibles (a gift from Immanuel), and learning from teachers and parents who have been there.
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There’s nothing more meaningful than parents talking to their children about their faith; our Sunday morning programming aims to make that easy. Running from 9:30-10:30, Christ for Kids’ lessons align with Immanuel preaching (with more games, crafts, and silly songs of course).
Click here to learn more about what to expect SUNDAY MORNINGS.
Click here to see photos and videos on FACEBOOK.
This new program reflects Immanuel’s renewed focus on partnering with parents through all the “milestones” of their child’s faith development. Our first “milestone” starts right when baby comes home from the hospital with a hand-delivered meal and gift.
If you know a couple with a new baby (or expecting one), Complete the form HERE to get them connected with this ministry!
If you’re interested in making or delivering a meal, email Abby Rohde HERE. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Immanuel has an amazing team of volunteers running Children’s Ministry. While all major teaching positions are filled, we’re always looking for people to just “hang out” with the kids on Sunday mornings on a weekly, bi-weekly, or as-needed (substitute) basis. To find out more about helping out, email Sarah Kortze HERE. (email@example.com)
"Children are a heritage from the LORD, offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them. They will not be put to shame when they contend with their opponents in court."