The Children’s Ministry at The Church at Woodbine is committed to partnering with the home to influence and equip families towards being the center of godly influence while providing safe, secure, and engaging group environments where the whole gospel of Jesus Christ is proclaimed through strong, biblical content.
We want children to value coming to church. Each week, your children will gather in either worship or groups. Learn more about what to expect on a Sunday morning below.
Children’s LIFE Groups
Sunday | 9:30 AM
Children (Grades 1-5) attend an age-appropriate LIFE Group while parents attend an adult LIFE Group. Children will engage in Bible Study, activities and games, and music during the LIFE Group hour focused on a different Bible story each week. Teachers prepare to teach using a curriculum from the Jesus Storybook Bible.
Sunday | 10:45 AM
Children are invited to attend worship in the worship center.
Upon arrival, an usher will greet you and direct you to the correct classroom for your child. There you will fill out a registration form that will give us your basic information including name, address, and date of birth of each child, emergency contacts, allergies, etc.
Once you complete the registration form you will fill out a set of security name tags. Your child will wear one of the name tags and then you will present the second name tag when you return to pick up your child.
Keeping Your Child Safe
When your child is on the campus of our church, his or her safety is our top priority. We work very hard to have plans and procedures in place to create a safe, secure and welcoming environment for your family.
We use security name tags to help with drop-off and pick-up of all children from birth-Grade 5. Each week a new set of name tags will be available with your child’s name and class assignment on them. Place one name tag on your child and keep the other one with you to use to pick-up your child. Name tags must be worn by the child at all times and must be presented to the teacher during pick up to ensure safety.
Following the safety and security procedures is very important.