We love to teach children about Jesus. We’ve created a ministry where children from first through fifth grade have a place at church on Sundays and Wednesdays that is designed just for them. They’ll experience an exciting environment where they’ll get to play, sing, hear God’s Word and learn how to apply it to their lives in a way they can understand. We take our children through a structured curriculum that teaches them the main stories and themes of the Bible. Each week contains a simple, practical point that children can remember and apply to their lives in a way that’s fun and will make them want to come back each week.
Pinelake Staff and Servant Leaders have made a promise to shepherd your children and students well while they're in our care by providing a secure environment. We call this Our House Promise to you as a parent. This includes background checks, secure check-in measures, and much more.
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Our Commitment to Shepherding Your Child
Shepherds take responsibility to protect.
While your child or student is with us, we’ll treat them like our own.
Shepherds play it safe.
We only allow authorized parents or guardians to pick up kids; we have security personnel onsite at all times; and we provide plenty of ongoing safety training for our servant leaders and staff.
Shepherds build trust.
The servant leaders and staff who work with your children have all been thoroughly screened through background checks and relationship. We know them and trust them.
Shepherds keep everything in the open.
Every room has a window and/or a camera so you can check in and have peace of mind. Just tell us your child’s name, show us your sticker and we’ll be glad to help.
Shepherds work together.
Every children or student space will have at least two adults present. No one goes it alone— whether in big groups or small. In most cases, in fact, three or more adults are present.
Shepherds take immediate action.
If anything seems amiss, we will jump in to protect children and students. We take every accusation seriously and investigate it thoroughly.
Shepherds establish partnerships.
Don’t hesitate to speak with a staff member or servant leader about any concern or question you have. We’re glad to help.
New Beginnings is an environment for parents and their elementary aged children who are asking questions about salvation or baptism. It’s a fun and informative step that helps guide children and parents in this moment in their lives. If you are interested in signing your family up to attend New Beginnings, please contact Pinelake Kids at your campus.
Locations & Times
First – Fifth Grade
Sundays: 8:30, 10 & 11:30 a.m.
First – Fourth Grade
Sundays: 8, 9:15 & 11 a.m.
Wednesdays: 6:30 p.m.