kids ministry

Birth - 3rd grade discipleship

GracePoint K!DS Ministry exists to equip future disciples of Jesus Christ with the Biblical knowledge and skills needed to serve God.

Sunday School

We offer safe, secure, and fun childcare to newborns through third graders. Our kids classes are designed for kids to grow closer to Jesus by learning more about who He is through Scripture.
9:30 AM  |  Birth - 3rd Grade
 10:45 AM  |  Birth - Preschool

Kids Guidelines & Safety Protocols/Procedures

Family discipleship

So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.
1 Corinthians 10:31
Family discipleship can be as organic as a flyby conversation in the car about Christ or setting a godly example in your speech or acts of service. All it takes is a little intentionality to have conversations periodically throughout the day with your children about Christ and His will for us. What better environment to designate for discipleship than the dinner table? With the new year, we wanted to provide you with some resources to help you disciple your kids.

"What's for Dinner Challenge"

Challenge Dates: January 11 - February 28
Recommended for Ages 3 - 12

What is the "What's for Dinner Challenge"?

This challenge is an awesome resource that encourages families to gather around the dinner table to eat, laugh, play, talk, connect, study scripture, and ultimately discover the beauty of the unhurried life rooted in Christ.
Each family that joins the challenge will receive a workbook, scripture reading guide, and a score sheet. Earn points as a family by completing activities and keep up with your score for a chance to win a $50 dinner gift card of your choice! The winner will be announced March 1.

expecting and new parents

If you are an expecting parent with questions, please check out this questionnaire.  If you are a new parent with some questions about what GracePoint offers for newborns and their parents, please check out this FAQS form.


GracePoint believes that child dedication is a commitment to raise your child in the ways of the Lord. Dedication is not a statement of salvation for your child, but rather a statement of how you will raise your child. While not a command of scripture, child dedication can be a symbol – similar to a wedding band – of your desire to obediently raise your child in the knowledge and instruction of the Lord. It should be done with a community of believers who know you personally and can commit to walking with you in this commitment.