Kids Gospel Project Groups
On Sunday mornings at 11:00 AM, Central Kids in Kindergarten through 5th grade participate in Bible study through Kids Gospel Project Groups. The Gospel Project examines the grand narrative of Scripture and how the gospel transforms the lives of those it touches. Over a three-year plan of study, the beauty of the Gospel Project is seen when kids go through the full story of the Bible twice during their kids' ministry experience. As younger kids experience the Gospel Project they recall the Bible stories and are able to delve deeper into what they mean in their lives. As older kids study the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, their ability to think more abstractly enables them to apply biblical truths in new ways. They are able to understand God's grand plan of redemption. The continual telling of God's big story is the heartbeat behind the Gospel Project for kids. Over the course of three years, the gospel story - from Genesis to Revelation - is unpacked and kids see how every story points to Jesus. It is a story that we are compelled to tell not just once, but continually. It is the one story that changes everything.
Gospel Project Groups are divided by grade. Each room is staffed with trained volunteer teachers and assistants. If you would like to teach or assist, contact the Central Kids Team.
Looking for information about Kids Worship for Kinder-3rd Grade from 9:30 AM-10:45 AM? Click HERE.
If you're a first-time guest bringing your child to the Gospel Project Groups, stop at our Central Town Square Check-In Desk.
To create a secure environment for your child, we use the KidCheck security system. To make your family's first visit a little smoother, please create an account by clicking here. If you need additional assistance, we will be happy to assist you when you arrive.
Parents must keep their cell phones accessible on Sunday mornings. If a child is injured, sick, or having behavioral issues, a staff member will contact the parent via cell phone during the service.
Upon check-in on Sunday mornings, parents receive a physical copy of the guardian receipt. Parents must show a physical or electronic copy of the guardian receipt when picking up their children. For more information on our KidCheck security system, click here.