Due to the ongoing COVD-19 situation, RockPoint Kids is temporaily unavailable for on-campus service. Check out our virtual RPK resources HERE.
At RockPoint our desire is to partner with parents in helping kids meet, know, and follow Jesus within a safe, age-appropriate, and fun environment.
For all of our children, you can expect:
Safe Environment - Kids are loved and free to be themselves in a secure environment.
Age-appropriate Experiences - Activities are planned with biblical truth, relevance, and kids' interests in mind.
Fun and Friendship - Kids build relationships with each other, their leaders, and with Jesus, as they engage in fun activities.
You can expect engaging and age-appropriate environments, safe and secure experiences, and friendly and relational care—all while your child learns about Jesus! Our babies (birth-35 months) are cared for by gentle and loving volunteers as they dance to music, listen to Bible stories, and play together. Juniors (3 years-Kindergarten) will experience small group time—where they listen and talk about Jesus—and a large group time where they’ll worship together and hear a Bible story…with plenty of giggles and playtime in between!
Every Sunday, our Early Childhood programming is centered around these three biblical truths:
1. God loves me.
2. God made me.
3. Jesus wants to be my friend forever.
Our curriculum is designed to insight wonder in the heart of each child we spend time with on Sunday.
Your child will participate in a fun-filled and engaging experience that is biblically grounded and relevant to his or her life. They’ll participate in worship, learn how stories from the Bible apply to their everyday lives, and build relationships with both other children and adult leaders. Our goal with elementary students is to provoke discovery each time they're here!
Each month your child will be involved in lessons that support one of three basic truths that we feel every elementary student should understand:
1. I need to make a wise choice.
2. I can trust God no matter what.
3. I should treat others the way I want to be treated.
Questions? Want more information about RPC Kids? Send an email to Christina Gerloff .