Beautiful Savior Kids, for children
from birth to fifth grade, will share
God's greatest gift through the Simply Loved curriculum during the
2022-2023 program year.
Every activity, song, character, and visual helps kids remember that God loves them. The lessons include Old and New Testament Bible stories, including the command to "Love each other. Just as I have loved
you, you should love each other.”
Children are welcome to join in at 9:45 a.m. or 10:45 a.m. Sunday mornings
during the program year from September through May.
Children are welcome to join Elementary Fun! Games, crafts and devotions
for grades K-5 from 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesdays during the program
year from September through May.
Little Lambs, for children ages 0-4 and their parents, will be 6-6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, September 14, and the first Wednesday of the month, in the church nursery.
This craft and play time is a way for parents to connect with each other
while growing the faith of their little ones.
Every child needs to know they are created and loved unconditionally by a great God!
At Beautiful Savior, we value kids and their relationship with Jesus. We recognize
the challenges parents face every day, and are here to partner with you
in the adventure of raising children in today’s world.
For kids from birth to fifth grade, the Beautiful Savior Kids program uses intentional,
age-appropriate teaching so each child can experience the love of God, engage
in real conversations about faith, and learn what it means to live for Jesus at home,
school, the sports field, dance studio, playground – or wherever life takes them!
We use a classroom check-in and check-out system to ensure each family has peace
of mind while their kids are in our programs. All of our volunteers and staff members working with kids are required to complete background checks before working in our programs.
Contact Tricia Mayhew at email@example.com or 763-235-7647
to learn more about Children's Ministry and Beautiful Savior Kids.
Click the link above to register for Children's Ministry!