Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."
Our children's ministry strives to create a safe place for your child to discover God's love. Every one of our children's volunteers is background checked and trained to ensure your child's safety. If you have questions about how we look after your little ones, please contact our Children's Director.
Jennifer Guidoni - Director of Children's Ministry
Jennifer and husband Joseph have 5 grown children. Lorenzo their youngest helps in Children's Ministry. Jennifer loves long-distance walking, camping, and nature hikes. Jennifer has a Bachelors in Religion, Certificate in Biblical Studies, Masters in Pastoral Ministry and is a United Methodist Pastoral Candidate. She has experience with blended families, fostering, autism, adoption, evangelism, and family ministry counseling.
9:30am - Facebook Group
Ms. Jen shares a weekly Sunday School lesson in our Closed Facebook Group for parents. This lesson is online by 9:30 every Sunday.
11:00 - 12:00pm
Children's Church meets in the Fellowship Hall of Cross Corner. Drop Off starts at 10:45. Children will have temperatures checked at the door. A pre-packaged snack and drink is provided.
Wednesday's Kids Club
(August thru May) from 4:45 - 8:00pm
Snack Dinner - $3
5:30 - 6:00pm
Items Pre-Packaged that will follow our church's COVID-19 guidelines. Kids who are a part of our After School Care are transferred to dinner.
6:00 - 6:45pm
Children will get the opportunity to participate in our wonderful children's choir. They will be in a large room to allow for social distancing.
6:45 - 7:15pm
Children will gather in the Family Life Center gym to hear God's word through songs and teaching. This will allow for proper social distancing.
The Bridge Ministry
4th and 5th Graders
The Bridge Ministry is for 4th and 5th graders. It bridges the gap for children too old for children's programs and too young for our youth group. They learn good manners, choices, and behaviors through service and discipleship.
They have fun activities and services projects throughout the year. Parents must agree to have their students attend children's church, Sunday school, or Wednesday night kids club. Mentors and adult disciple-makers walk alongside the young people to their next life stage during each of these programs.