Five Things Every Kid (and Grandkid) Needs to Know

August 4-5 – Really Big God

Helping our kids understand the power of God is important. Our job as parents and grandparents is to help our kids learn that God can handle whatever challenge they might face.

August 11-12 – You’re Not the Only One

In an environment where fewer people go to church and where an increasing number of people have no religious affiliation, it’s important we help our kids see that they are not the only people who believe in Jesus.

August 18-19 – Another Voice

As children grow older, it’s necessary for their spiritual development to have adults serve as mentors and leaders. Often it takes someone other than a parent to get through to them.

August 25-26 – Nosey Parents

This message will give parents and grandparents permission to be nosey! It is the responsibility of the parents to know the spiritual progress of their kids.

September 1-2 – Uncommon Sense

God’s point of view and his truth should become the filter for how kids view life and make decisions. What our kids need is uncommon sense because the common sense of this world is often opposed to God.

Quick FAQ’s

How Long Will I Have to be There?

This depends on how long-winded the preacher gets! Normally, the worship service will last between 65-70 minutes.

What Should I Wear?

We dress casual (you’ll see jeans and shorts – even during winter). You’ll also see people in business casual attire. Dress in a way that makes you feel comfortable.

Where Do My Kids Go?

Your kids are a top priority at Mountainview. Nursery through fifth grade stay on the first floor. You’ll see our children’s check-in desk when you enter the front door. Our children’s programming features a large group time with acting, singing, and more. Then they break-off into age-appropriate groups where they dig deeper into the lessons taught in the large group experience. It’s an integrated approach similar to what you would find at churches like North Point in Atlanta.

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Got Questions?

Email Phil Christian, our director of children and family ministry.

What If I Need Someone to Pray with Me?

Our prayer team is available at the close of every service for those who need someone to pray with.

What Do I Call Your Pastor?

Though he has been called reverend, pastor, father, and even most holy reverend, he prefers to be called Ken. Look for him before and after each worship service in the lobby.

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