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Children’s Ministry at Northpark

 
Childcare on Sunday Mornings
Nursery and cry rooms are available during the service. Parents are asked to register at the Information Booth if nursery care is desired.
 
Children’s Church is available at the conclusion of our family worship time. Your kids will be prayed for and dismissed following the announcements and just prior to the sermon. Parents are invited to go with their kids and help them get comfortable if this is their first time.
 
 
Our Children’s Ministry 
Children are a valuable asset to our church family and make many contributions to the life of the church. At Northpark, we offer numerous Children’s ministry activities for all ages throughout the year. It is our hope this information will help answer questions you might have about our programs.
 
 
 

 

Vision for our Children’s Ministry

– A Christ-centered, safe, and fun environment
– All children’s workers have completed background checks
– We want all our children to love coming to church.
 
Scriptures that guide us
Proverbs 22:6  –  NLT  –  Direct your children onto the right path… and they will not leave it
 
Matt 19:14  –  NLT  –  But Jesus said, “Let the children come to me.  Don’t stop them!  For the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to those who are like these children.” 
 
This week’s kids’ devotional is centered on what to do when we encounter problem’s that are beyond our ability to fix or to manage. The devotion explains how Joshua was able with God’s help to accomplish the task God had assigned him. The  story is a familiar one about the walls of Jericho. The key idea being expressed in this week’s devotion is that through Joshua’s strength, courage, and obedience to the Lord, he won victory over the city. As you talk about the story with your kids help them discover the ways that Joshua showed strength, and acted in courage, and what happens when we obey God.
 
 
Join us in our Back to School Prayer
 
Lord, we pray for the protection of our children. Thank you for protecting them from the evil one. We ask that you will surround them with your favor and protection as with a shield (Psalm 5:12). As they enter this school year and conduct their studies in the classroom, protect them from all harm and danger. May you watch over their coming and going– now, and forevermore (Psalm 121:7-8).
 
 
Are you looking for a Bible App for kids? Check out this Bible App developed by You Version.  You can download the app to any phone or tablet device. It is safe and engaging for your kids and for you as well. Visit the site and research it for yourself.  Let us know what you think.
 
 
Contact us to tell us the kinds of resources you would find helpful in teaching your kids or grandkids about God. We will do our best to connect you to the resources that will help you to develop your kids’ faith.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Each Monday this page features devotional ideas, crafts, and videos that you can use to talk with your kids at your faith. Check back often.