We’re excited to share with you some artistic renderings from our architects of how our Children's Ministry Center might look. Please join us in praying for each child that will walk in these doors to learn to “honor God by living like Jesus.”

THE LOBBY

The drawing at left depicts the Faith Kids entrance and check-in area for birth to sixth grade.


Front view of the new Children's Ministry Center

THE FRONT VIEW 

One of the complaints we receive now is that the nursery and kids classrooms are spread all over the campus. But soon we'll have one area for all children from birth through sixth grade! What a blessing that will be for families!


 

PRESCHOOL AREA

The new ministry center, includes a secure drop-off process for younger children, as well as an area for parents to connect with each other. In addition, part of the bottom floor will be used for a weekday preschool.


New Children's Ministry Center playground view

PLAYGROUNDS / MINISTRY DECK

Children will have fun playgrounds where they can connect with friends and teachers. In addition, a large deck, accessible from the outside, will be available for all ministries to use.


 multipurpose room view 2

MULTIPURPOSE ROOMS

Both the upstairs and downstairs areas will have large multipurpose rooms, for corporate worship and teaching times for children sixth grade and under. The renderings at left and below show the larger upstairs multipurpose room for the elementary students.


 upstairs multipurpose room 1

MULTIPURPOSE ROOMS

This is the front view of the upstairs amphitheater, where elementary students will come together to learn about God's truths.


SECOND FLOOR LOBBY

On the second floor, the elementary students will be greeted with a lobby as they find their classrooms. The new Children's Ministry Center will feature color-coded classroom entrances to make it easy for students to find their room.


 

PHASE ONE OVERVIEW

The new Children's Ministry Center is part of our Phase 1 Master Facility Plan. This phase also includes renovating Parking Lot A and creating a "main entrance" to the campus.