“Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.” Proverbs 22:6
Why it Matters
We believe that children’s ministry goes beyond the ways we serve, love, and teach children. Impactful children’s ministry is also about giving a voice to the children so that we can learn from their sense of wonder at all of God’s work. Through building relationships, meaningful service, biblical teaching, and fun, the Prince of Peace Children’s Ministry provides the foundations of faith for our youngest minds. Come be a part! Come participate. Come lend a helping hand.
Connecting Together In Faith
We meet each Sunday morning during the school year at 10:20 am. Join us as we worship, make fun crafts, and learn about the Bible and the great promises it has for YOU!
Come join P.O.P. Rocks ministry on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00 pm! During the school year, we gather together in fellowship, play some fun games, pray together, and dive deeper into our Bible stories. We also learn special songs and presentations that we perform at worship throughout the year.
During the modern worship service on Sundays, children are invited to come to the stage for a special message from Mrs. Meredith.
Family Vacation Bible School
In the summer, join us for Family Vacation Bible School. We encourage families to come during this week to learn, serve, create, and play. There is a combination of age-related and cross-generational activities to help us grow in faith together.
Take a look at FVBS 2022 to learn more about this fantastic week!
Sharing Jesus Through Music
The P.O.P. Rocks perform special “praise-n-tations” throughout the year for our Sunday worship services. The children learned to sign the song “Death was Arrested” by North Point Worship for Easter Sunday 2022.
"Do not neglect the gift that is in you..."
1 Timothy 4:14
What if Jesus really meant what He said when he called us to have faith like a child? It might just mean that we have a great deal to learn from those who are younger. How can we catch the wonder of a child for ourselves?