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Our mission is to come alongside parents in discipling their children with the vision to see our kids grow into lifelong followers
of Jesus Christ.


You need time to worship, and we want your children to do the same. Our Hope Kids ministry is for all children, ages birth through grade 5. It takes place during all weekend services.

Hope Kids Family Events & Resources

Hope Kids regularly organizes family events like Candypalooza, the Christmas kids choir, a festive Christmas family party, and a joyful Easter celebration. These activities create wonderful opportunities for families to bond and have fun together.

In addition, we offer a resource library for children and parents. You can peruse our catalog here.

Hope Summer Kids Camp

Hope Summer Kids Camp is a week-long summer day camp for children 5 to 11 years old. It's a week jam-packed with fun and adventure, with Jesus as our focus each day. HSK Camp 2024 will be from July 8-12, 2024. Registration opens on March 10th at 7am.
Click here to visit our camp website and to register.

Interested in serving
at Hope Kids?

Help us share the love of Jesus Christ and ensure that each child is intentionally and purposefully taught and cared for each time they come! To volunteer, please click on the link below and fill out our application form. In addition, all potential volunteers will complete a yearly background check and annual training prior to serving.

What to expect at Hope Kids?

  1. Check In – At check in parents will receive printed name tags for their children as well as a parent receipt with a matching, randomly generated code. For their child's safety and protection, parents are required to produce this receipt to pick up each of their children at the end of the service.
  2. Opening Activities – After children are checked in, they head to their classrooms. They’ll meet up with their friends and class leaders and participate in some “warm up” activities prior to Large Group Worship and Teaching.
  3. Worship – We love when children sing loud and dance during worship. We also love when they close their eyes and lift their hands and sing quietly. Both please the Lord and both forms of worship point to Jesus Christ as the King.
  4. Teaching – Each week we open our Bibles and teach with authority in a manner that children can understand. We believe strongly that children should never be bored with the Bible, and we work hard to make sure that doesn’t happen.
  5. Small Groups – The children experience a Hope-style small group in an age appropriate format. Scripture memorization, prayer and fun, intentional activities are included to promote personal application of large group teaching.