SPARK Family

Sunday School

We offer Sunday School and Nursery care most weeks. Our Sunday School is staffed with volunteers who lovingly teach using Grow curriculum. All volunteers have completed our Safe Sanctuary background check to ensure the safety of children, youth, and vulnerable adults.

  • Babies- 2 year old children check into the nursery. Care is offered weekly at 9:15 & 10:45.
  • 3-5 year old children check into Sunday School. Preschool Sunday School is offered weekly at 9:15.
  • Kindergarten- 5th grade children check into Sunday School at 9:15. The 2nd-5th Sundays of the month their is Sunday School. The FIRST Sunday of the month is Family First Sunday. On those Sundays elementary children worship with their families.

This Winter in Sunday School

A Series from the Gospels on Christmas

SERIES OVERVIEW: Grab your sandals, sunblock, and swim gear because it’s time for a Christmas Vacation! We’ll be making sand angels and roasting chestnuts around an open bonfire on our tropical getaway. You’ve never experienced Christmas like this! In this five-week series, we’ll focus on the birth of Jesus and the way God had been planning things from the very beginning. We’ll see how God sent Jesus for a reason, learn to trust God’s timing, understand why God gives us what’s best, and see how Jesus is why we celebrate because Jesus is God’s gift to the world.

Kids in Worship

Whether we are worshiping at home or at church, or anywhere along our way, it can be challenging with young kids to keep them engaged. Elementary kids attend worship with their families the first Sunday of each month. To make children’s time in worship more meaningful check out these strategies. You may find them helpful too! Additionally, here are a few book recommendations. Parenting in the Pew by Robbie Castleman and A Children’s Guide to Worship & Come Worship with Me by Ruth Boling.

Family Resources

Tip of the Month:

We’ve all had those moments when our kids share an “unconventional” prayer request, like to get a new puppy for Christmas or that they would develop superhero powers (thanks, MCU). When you’re asked to pray that their soccer team wins their next game, it can be easy to write off prayer time as something to endure rather than something transformative. But prayer is so much more than treating God like a magic genie in a bottle. Here are some important truths to keep in mind as you teach your kids about prayer.

Parent Tip Video


The Christmas story has been told in so many different ways through the years, but you’ve never heard it told like this. Enjoy this hilarious rendition of Christmas According to Kids – Merry Christmas!!
Watch Christmas According to Kids here.

Some of our Favorite Story Books

God’s Dream and other children’s books authored by Archbishop Desmond Tutu

May God Bless You And Keep You, Maybe God is Like That Too, and other books and Bibles published by Spark House and Beaming Books

Children’s Books by Matthew Paul Turner

Who Counts? and other books by Amy Jill-Levine

The Action Bible & The Action Storybook Bible

My First Hands On Bible for Preschool

Music for Your Family

Reading the Bible with Your Kids

Each fall we gift Bibles to our third grade children. Reading the Bible with your child, develops faith bonding opportunities for the entire family. But where do you start? Read through some of these resources to help you get started building a firm foundation of scripture.

VBS: Mega Fun Camp

Check out our VBS page for more information and registration.