Children

Sharing Christ's Love, Equipping God's Children

We have a broad array of educational opportunities for our children at KGPC!

If you have a question that isn't answered by our content below, please contact our Grow Ministry Team Leaders - Betsy Leonard or Susan Kerr. You can also reach out to Amanda Pine, our Christian Faith Formation Director.

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Sunday School
9:55 AM – 10:45 AM

Nursery - Room 125

Birth through 3 years. Offered during Sunday School and both worship services.

Preschool – First Grade Class - Room 121

Preschool thru First Grade will be using "Growing in Grace and Gratitude"

Second-Third Grade Class - Room 119

Fourth-Fifth Grade - Room 118
Join the children of the church and our awesome volunteer teachers as we learn about God.

Break Through Faith - Room 102

Middle school youth gather to engage in and discuss relevant issues to their lives. They wil develop tools to connect their faith to their lives.

Youth Fellowship 9th Grade - 12th Grade - Fellowship Hall/Room 102

High school students meet the first Sunday of every month. 9th-12th graders will eat, gather, and address topics that will help them connect faith to life.

Children’s Church - Room 120
During 11:00 AM Service

Children have the unique opportunity to have their own class following the Children’s Moment.  This class is recommended for grades 2 & below and for those who are unable to sit through the church service. It is taught by a core group of volunteer teachers who share Jesus’s love with the children.

CHOW - CHurch On Wednesday
Wednesday evenings – Dinner begins at 5:45 P.M. with classes from 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM Dinner is $4 per person with a $15 family cap.

Join this fun group of children and volunteer teachers as they learn about the Bible in a relaxed setting through a very hands-on and approachable curriculum. 

Vacation Bible School
Five days during the summer.

Join the children of the church and the community as they experience God in a very relaxed and fun environment.  Children learn through stories, music, dance, science, recreation, art, and through the example of each other and adult volunteers.