• On Palm Sunday (March 25, 2018) the kids will be helping to lead worship through singing.  The kids will be separated into three groups covering the 8:30/9:50/11:10 services.  Please fill out survey HERE to let us know which service you would like your child(ren) to sing at.
  • There will be no Sunday School on March 25 or April 1, due to kids singing for Palm Sunday and it being Easter Sunday.
  • There will be Children and Worship on Palm Sunday at all three services.
  • There is no Children and Worship on Easter Sunday.


Kindergarten-2nd Grade- The Gospel Project (SUNDAY SCHOOL)

Examining the grand narrative of Scripture and how the gospel transforms the lives of those it touches.

Time: 9:50-10:50 a.m. (during the school year)

Location: South side of the Kids Area

Ages:  Kindergarten through Grade 2

3rd-5th Grade- The Gospel Project (SUNDAY SCHOOL)

Examining the grand narrative of Scripture and how the gospel transforms the lives of those it touches.

Time: 9:50 -10:50 a.m. (during the school year)

Location: North side of the Kids Area

Ages: Grades 3-5 



This week's (March 18, 2018) focus:  This past Sunday the kids looked at the story of Jesus’ Crucifixion and Resurrection, is found in Matthew 26:36–28:10. We look forward to hearing about the conversations you get to have with kids as you continue learning about the end of Jesus’ life and His glorious resurrection three days later!

Why did Jesus have to die? Why couldn’t He just say, “You are forgiven”? God is just and requires due payment for sin. To simply forgive sin without requiring a payment would be unjust. According to God’s Word, the payment of sin is death. (Rom. 6:23) But not only is God just, He is also loving. That is why Jesus was willing to die in our place. He loves us.

Jesus’ purpose for coming to earth was to save us from our sin. (Matt. 1:21) Jesus came to die to show God’s love to us (Rom. 5:7-8) so that whoever believes in Him might not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16) Jesus came to die so that we would be forgiven. (Eph. 1:7) Jesus came to die to bring us to God. (1 Pet. 3:18)

Jesus died on the cross to satisfy the wrath of God toward sin. Jesus’ resurrection proved that God was satisfied with Jesus’ sacrifice. If Jesus had died but not been raised up, He would have been like military leaders who died without a throne. (Acts 5:33-37) But Jesus conquered death, just as He said He would. (John 2:19-21)

Jesus’ resurrection gives us hope for our resurrection. (Rom. 6:5) And Romans 8:11 says that the same Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead will raise our bodies to life.

Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection are not the end of the story, but the center. Everything that was written about Jesus in the Old Testament and spoken by the prophets was coming true. As you teach kids this Bible story, emphasize the gospel: the good news of who Jesus is and what He has done.

Family Activity:  Look at a cross on a necklace or other item found in your home. Ask kids to tell you in their own words why the cross is used as a decoration today. Remind kids that the cross is a reminder of what Jesus did for us by dying on the cross and rising again three days later. Review Matthew 26:36–28:10. We deserve to die for our sin, but Jesus died in our place so that our sins might be forgiven and we may have new life through His power to conquer sin and death.


Age 4-5th Grade Memory Verse for Sunday school:

And taking the twelve, he said to them, “See, we are going up to Jerusalem, and everything that is written about the Son of Man by the prophets will be accomplished -Luke 18:31

We know that Christ, being raised from the dead, will never die again; death no longer has dominion over him. -Romans 6:9


Lighthouse Kids is Trinity's midweek program for kids in Kindergarten through fifth grade.  Wednesday night’s Trinity is filled with kids singing, having fun, and learning Biblical values and stories.  Kids can also participate in the Hide 'em in the Heart Club where students memorize Bible verses.

Time: 6:30-7:30p.m. (during the school year)


  • K-2 in the South side of the Kids area
  • Grades 3-5 in the North side of the Kids area


K-2 Lighthouse Kids:

03-21-18 Practice in the sanctuary for Palm Sunday from 6:30-7:30. 

3-5 Lighthouse Kids:

03-21-18 Practice in the sanctuary for Palm Sunday from 6:30-7:30. 


Time: Nursery care is provided for all Sunday morning worship services, the Christian Education hour and regularly scheduled worship services that do not fall on a Sunday morning. The nursery will be open 15 minutes before the service begins.


  • Ages 0-2 Little Lambs Nursery
  • Ages 2-3 Kingdom Kids Nursery

Each Sunday morning there will be a Bible theme for the day.  Your child will be able to explore this theme through a variety of play centers, singing, and listening to a Bible story.  A snack and glass of water are provided for your child.  Staffing:  one adult for every four children

Nursery Policies

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Time: Children are dismissed during the 8:30 and 11:10  worship services.

Ages: 4 years old – grade one

Location: Children's K-2 Area

Children and Worship is an opportunity for children to enjoy worshiping God through a unique storytelling format and multi-sensory materials that are age appropriate.

Children and Worship runs during the school year.