• 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 11, 2018) focus:  This week in Sunday school our journey took us to The Last Supper in John 13–17. Although this is the same event as we focused on last week, this week we are emphasizing Jesus washing the disciples’ feet. Our story starts when Judas Iscariot, one of the Twelve, had approached the religious leaders. (Matt. 26:14-16) For 30 pieces of silver, Judas agreed to betray Jesus. Hundreds of years before Jesus’ birth, David prophesied the Messiah would be betrayed by a close friend—one who broke bread with Him. (Ps. 41:9) Jesus knew Judas Iscariot’s true motivations from the moment Jesus called him to be a disciple. (John 6:70-71; 13:18-19; 17:12.) Jesus’ death and resurrection was God’s plan from the very beginning. (Acts 2:23)

During the Passover meal on the night He was betrayed, Jesus did something very unusual. Knowing that His death was near, Jesus washed His disciples’ feet—even the feet of Judas. (See John 13:2-11.) Jesus set forth an example of love and humility for His disciples to mirror in their own actions towards each other. (John 13:14-16)

After Judas left to betray Jesus, Jesus said, “Now the Son of Man is glorified, and God is glorified in Him” (John 13:31). He told His disciples He would prepare a place for them (John 14:1-4), promised that the Holy Spirit would come to them (John 14:26; 15:26; 16:7-14), warned them about the trials they would face as His followers (John 16:1-4,33), and encouraged them through prayer (John 17:9-19). Jesus also prayed for all who would believe the gospel from their testimony. (John 17:20-26) Then Jesus led them to the garden where He was betrayed and arrested.

In the Old Testament, God made a covenant—or promise—with His people. He gave them commandments to follow so they could live in right relationship with Him. God’s people broke the covenant. They didn’t obey God, and they didn’t love Him. Jesus made a new covenant by dying on the cross. He brought forgiveness and made the way for people to know and love God again.

When believers participate in the Lord’s Supper, they remember the last night of Jesus’ life, when He prepared to take God’s wrath upon His sinless shoulders. Believers also proclaim His death and resurrection until He returns for His church, like He promised. (John 17:24; 1 Cor. 11:26)

Family Activity:  Begin your time with prayer. Review John 13–17. Using a pitcher of water, a bucket, and a towel, wash your family members’ feet. Remind kids that Jesus washed His disciples’ feet at the last supper. There were no paved roads in Jerusalem, and everyone walked everywhere they went. Feet were probably stinky! Normally, the least powerful person in a household would wash feet, but in this story, Jesus, who has the power of God, humbly washed His disciples’ feet. 


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:

The K-2 kids will look at the 10 commandments and how we are God’s treasured people who choose to obey.  Now if you obey me fully and keep my covenant, then out of all nations you will be my treasured possession.  Although the whole earth is mine, you will be for me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.  Exodus 19:5-6 

3-5 Lighthouse Kids:

The 3-5 kids will study will study Jehovah Sabaoth  the Lord of Hosts.  We will discuss how God is ruler over every other power and that the battle belongs to the Lord.  


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

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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.