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To instill hope, joy, and peace within children through belief and faith in the gospel.

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.

Romans 15:13



Hope Kids seeks to provide a safe and engaging environment that continually preaches the gospel and reaffirms a parent’s command to spiritually train their children. Our goal is to partner with parents to provide spiritual support and leadership within their child’s life.

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  • Babies: 0- walking

  • Toddlers: 1-2 year olds

  • Red Room: 3 & 4 year olds

  • Blue Room: 5 year olds

  • Pink Room: 1st-3rd grade

  • Green Room: 4th-5th grade



All of our Hope Kids volunteers have prayed about serving in our classrooms. They have completed the Hope volunteer application, attended a Hope Kids orientation, have agreed to adhere to Hope's policies and procedure, and have undergone a thorough background check.  


  • Welcome! For your first visit, you will be guided to the children's check-in station in the fellowship hall.

  • A volunteer will meet with you to help you with the check-in process and communicate any important information needed for your family. 

  • Your child will receive a name tag for security and you will be directed to the classroom that your child will be in.

  • We recommend coming 15 minutes before service begins as the first check-in process takes a few minutes. You can also click the link below to pre-register your family!



Child Dedication is a great opportunity for parents to dedicate their children to the Lord in the manner Hannah dedicated her son Samuel to the Lord in 1 Samuel 1:27-28 “For this child I prayed, and the LORD has granted my petition that I made to him. Therefore I have lent him to the LORD. As long as he lives, he is lent to the LORD.” 


Child Dedication is a reminder that children are a gift from the Lord, Psalm 127. Parents are entrusted with their children and as a result, they are raising them to know the Lord, serve him, and worship him.  

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