To invite all generations to follow Jesus on the bold, reckless adventure of grace!
Nursery/Pre-K Registration Form
(The first page will ask you to create a profile – name and password – then you will see the registration form. There is no registration fee.)
SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE
For grades K – 5th! This is a VBS inspired monthly event for kids to come and build friendships, build their faith, and have lots of fun! We would love to have your kids join us for our fall events on Sunday Oct 14, Nov 11, and Dec 9 at 4:00pm. For more info email Melissa at children@BoldRecklessGrace.org.
Because our call is to forge followers of Jesus, we offer inter-generational worship (ages kindergarten on up):
- Research shows that next to faith formation in the home, the best way to build dynamic
faith is for generations to worship together.
- When our kids don’t worship with us, they are highly likely to walk away from Christ
and his Church once they reach college age (estimates run from 50-90%!).
- If they are included as important members of the Body of Christ from childhood on,
they are more likely to follow Jesus as adults.
- When kids aren’t in worship with us, we miss out on the unique perspective of child-like
faith that Jesus calls us to.
At Grace, we intentionally offer creative ways to include our kids and youth in the worship experience and help them engage with the worship service. Most weekends, the kids will be handed a worship sheet that will help them interact with the message, and mom and dad call help!
We do offer nursery and Pre-K for our youngest children and a cry room for families who may find their child needs a break from worship.
Again, our mission is to follow Jesus on the bold, reckless adventure of grace starting in the home, in partnership with the church, out into the world!
PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS:
My friend Michael Gurian has created a new support tool for parents and grandparents. Michael and his team are among the best in partnering with families and educators to help us raise good, strong, noble boys and girls.
Check it out: www.michaelgurian.com/parenting