If you're planning a visit with us for the first time, or simply just checking us out we are so glad and excited to serve you and your kids! We've worked really hard to provide you and your child with a safe, fun and engaging place for worship. We have an excellent team of trained, background & reference-checked volunteers ready and willing to serve you and your family. We also have several first aid certified volunteers as well. As we grow together as a church, we hope to see tons of kids running around wherever our church is gathered, smiles on their faces and the gospel in their heart. Your child’s health and safety is of paramount importance to us!
What to expect.
- If you are a family with an infant younger than six months, they can be brought into the service with you. We have private space available for nursing mothers and any noises made from an infant during our worship service is totally expected. We provide excellent nursery care for families with infants aged 6 months to Pre-K. Our nursery is offered from 9:45am until after the adult service ends.
- Liberti Kids is for grades K through 5. During our greeting time (approximately 10:20am) our kids are dismissed to meet their leaders just outside the auditorium. Parents can then pick up their child in the recreation area right after the service.
- When visiting Liberti Church, each family will need to register their children upon arrival. You will be issued a ticket with a code specifically connected to your child so that you and only you will be able to pick them up.
- Any allergies or notable medical conditions must be registered when you check your child in and ask that you verbally let one of our Liberti Kid's Leaders know when you drop off your child.
- Because we know many of our Liberti kids might be affected by various allergies, we do not allow food to be brought to nursery or the Liberti Kids Area! Your child may certainly bring a drink but mark their name clearly on their bottle so we know which one is theirs.
What are liberti kids learning?
The Gospel Project® for Kids immerses kids and preschoolers in the gospel through every story, theological concept, and call to mission from Genesis to Revelation. Ultimately, the gospel message changes everything; heart transformation can only take place when a child experiences the gospel. Through The Gospel Project® for Kids, kids and preschoolers will understand the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but one unified story—God’s story of redemption.
After our time together, we greatly encourage you to talk with your kids about what they're learning and experiencing together! Here are some helpful talking points to talk about with your kids:
- What do they think exile means? Do they know that thousands of Christians around the world are persecuted for their faith and are in exile to protect their lives and their families?
- What is their favorite thing about Christmas? What do they think it means that God’s greatest gift to us is Jesus? Have they accepted that gift personally?
- Do they ever struggle to obey their parents or teachers? What makes it hard to obey? What does God say about obeying our parents? Obedience is an act of worship and pleases God, our heavenly Father.
Coming January 2017 \\ The Parenting Children Course
Join us for an exciting new program to improve your parenting skills! Over five weeks, this DVD lead course prepares parents to help their children aged 0 - 11 grow into the young men and women God designed them to be! We will offer the Parenting Teenagers Course (ages 12-18), starting March 2017.
Parenting Children Topics include:
- How can we develop Family Identity?
- How can we meet our children's deepest needs?
- How and where do we set the boundaries?
- How can we pass on our values to our children?
Cost: $5 for the work book. Please sign up by emailing: email@example.com
Baby & Bean
Coffee and conversations for Moms for every Thursday, from 2-4pm in the church cafe. Get out of the house with your pre-K kids and join other moms in the same boat! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Prayer for parents
Let's face it, parenting is challenging. That is why God places us not only in our immediate family, but also within a church family as well. If you have a need for prayer and support in your parenting, for your child or any aspect of family life, it would be an honor to partner with you. Please email Caroline at email@example.com. Please let us know if this can be shared with the pastoral team and church family or whether you would prefer privacy.