Kids

OUR MISSION:
To invite all generations to follow Jesus on the bold, reckless adventure of grace!


DIRECTOR OF FAMILY MINISTRIES
BRITA HAMMIT

BRITA@BoldRecklessGrace.org

 
 
Got Love? 
Contact Brita for details about summer nursery/PreK volunteer opportunities:  brita@boldrecklessgrace.org

For more information on K – 5th events or Family Events, please email Brita@boldrecklessgrace.org

 
Parents of Preschoolers
    • You can check your child into the Nursery at the beginning of worship  OR continue to bring them in after the noisy offering (parent’s choice)
    • Staff & volunteers will have a short Bible story and lesson for preschoolers in the Nursery during both services (but they’ll have time to play, too!)
If you have any questions or would like to volunteer in our new combined Nursery/PreK room, contact: brita@boldrecklessgrace.org
 
 
K-5 Discovery Club (summer break begins May 29)
Discovery Club is for school-age kids (K-5th grade), meeting for 30 minutes each Sunday between services (9:50-10:20 am) in Classroom 3/4. Be sure to email Brita for more information!  Brita@boldrecklessgrace.org
 
 
 

BRG Middle School Youth Group (summer break begins May 29)
BRG (Bold Reckless Grace) Middle School Youth Group will meet weekly on Sundays beginning in the Fall! Your family is invited to enjoy a light lunch with us each Sunday, right after the second service (around 11:20 am). Youth Group will begin at 11:45 am, wrapping up at 1:15 pm. For more information on summer events/schedules or to volunteer with Grace youth, contact Liz & Tina: middleschool@boldrecklessgrace.org

BRG High School Youth Group (summer break begins May 29)
BRG (Bold Reckless Grace) High School Youth Group will also meet weekly on Sundays beginning in the Fall! Your family is invited to enjoy a light lunch with us each Sunday, right after the second service (around 11:20 am). Youth Group will begin at 11:45 am, wrapping up at 1:15 pm. For more information or to volunteer with Grace youth, contact Brita: Brita@boldrecklessgrace.org
 

Now is the Time to Make a Difference at Grace

Youth and adult volunteers are needed to staff these exciting new programs! Parents are encouraged to volunteer once a month (or more!) in any of these ministry areas.
Click the links below to begin the application process, or contact Brita for details: brita@boldrecklessgrace.org 
 

Hey Parents,

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 worksheet to help them interact with the message, and mom and dad can help!

Again, our mission is to follow Jesus on the bold, reckless adventure of grace starting in the home, in partnership with the church, and out into the world!

Pastor Tim

 

PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS:

Wouldn’t it be great if your child came with an owner’s manual?  A how-to book on how to raise him or her? In their podcasts, Michael Gurian and Tim Wright serve as your guides through what they believe is the owner’s manual for your child: Your child’s brain. 

Michael and Tim each have over 30 years of experience using brain science research, best practices, and their own wisdom as dads to help parents.  Join them in a deep (and often quite humorous!) dive into that built-in how-to manual.

Check it out:  https://gurianinstitute.com/wonder-of-parenting/