What does a Sunday look like for children at Quest?
Based on our vision, mission, and values we can assure you that your child will be warmly welcomed by trained leaders. Relationships- between children and adults- are a huge priority for us. Whether it is through story time, games, or play, children will be invited into friendship with their peers and leaders.
Doors open 15 minutes before each service. Children are brought to the foyer by their leaders for closing worship (communion and benediction), where they should be picked up by parents. Leaders stay with children until parents arrive. Gradeschoolers are allowed to find their parents in the sanctuary on their own.
***If your child is sick, please do not bring them to the Children’s Ministry.
What will my children be learning in their classes?
Nursery- Two’s: Play N’ Worship
They’ll toss bouncy balls in the air to make rain for Noah’s Ark. They’ll clang building blocks together to make thunder–and learn how God calms a storm. They’ll hug & hold baby dolls–and hear about God’s great care for them! Each Play-n-Worship lesson uses objects from toddlers and twos’ everyday world–plus play, fun, stories, and songs.
Preschool- Gradeschool: Tru
Tru is a sunday school curriculum that follows a large group small group model, exploring God’s word as the Big God Story. We study stories for the Bible, listen and respond to God through acts of worship and creativity, and explore where children fit in the Big God Story too! It is a fun, hands-on learning experience with great small group leaders and a firm foundation in biblical truth and the importance of the Gospel to each and everyone of us.
Want to know how to be involved in what your kids are learning? Watch this! About Tru Homefront
We believe that through this curriculum, we have the unique opportunity to equip church leaders and parents to invest in the lives of children and youth during their most formative years. This opportunity is also an enormous responsibility. We desire to shape both their minds and souls in a posture that will result in a life of worship (Romans 12:1–2). Such a life sees all aspects of existence as “spiritual” and begins to eliminate the line between sacred and secular. Every act, thought, and desire can manifest itself in worship to God. God’s desire is that we would not merely have moments or encounters of worship but that our entire life would be a living worship response to Him who is at work in and among us. – Michelle Anthony, creator of Tru