Children’s Ministry at Northpark

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Life at Northpark:

The Children’s Ministry
by shari anderson

(Editor’s Note) Northpark Christian is not a megachurch. We are not a large church. But Life at Northpark demonstrates that we are committed to do the best we can with the resources we have available. We are committed to letting God love us and letting God love others through us. This means we are committed to letting God love kids through our children’s ministry. Shari Anderson leads our children’s ministry. Below she shares her love for kids and what she desires Life at Northpark be like for our kids.


Kid’s Ministry at Northpark has three main focuses:

1 – We want kids to love coming to church!  At Northpark we work hard to help children feel welcomed, loved, and safe.  Church is a place you are always welcome, no matter if you have been to church all your life or if it is your first time in our church building.  We work on creating an atmosphere where all children feel loved and important!  

2 – We want kids to know that the Bible is true, and it has lifelong benefits and principles that apply to them and their families!  We have Bible lessons, games and activities that bring the Bible to a level that children can understand.  Teaching is presented in a multi-sensory format with multiple ages learning together.  We want to help kids to grow in their faith and learn to love God’s word.  If your child needs a Bible, please let us know and we will make sure they receive one!     

3 – We want children to know who Jesus is and that He is crazy about them!  Our ultimate goal is to be part of their journey that leads them to a lifelong Relationship with Jesus Christ. 

What to do when you come to church:  Please sign your child up for Children’s church at our Welcome Kiosk, either by scanning our QR code or manually on our sign-in sheet.  Children will sit with their parents for the first part of worship and be prayed over and dismissed to class right before the sermon. 

You can be confident that your kids are being cared for by caring, experienced, and vetted volunteers. Our children’s volunteers have passed a rigorous background check.  Our volunteers have many years of teaching experience in both the church and in the public schools.

We are looking forward to seeing you on Sunday!