Kids Ministry

Connecting Kids to Christ

We tap into the way kids are naturally wired by engaging them with awesome music, fun games, and age appropriate Bible teaching.  We help them discover who God is, how he sees them, and how much he loves them.  We explore how we are an active part of a life long adventure with Jesus.  We empower kids to trust God, experience him in their daily lives, and share him with others.

Here’s what happens…

SAFE & FUN

Fun and engaging to kids on every level with exciting activities, trained volunteers and check in/out procedures.

BIBLE TEACHING

Experience the truth of God’s Word, prayer and worship in dynamic, relevant and engaging ways.

SMALL GROUPS

Encouraging spiritual growth through relationships, activities and discussion.

This Month in ArkPark. . .

Have you noticed any heart-shaped candy boxes or giant teddy bears in stores yet? It’s that time of year when we do extra special things to show people how much we love them. One sweet way to do that has always been with candy hearts. Candy hearts are such a fun way to show someone you love them, which goes perfectly with what we are teaching preschoolers this month. After all, everything Jesus did while He was on earth was to show us how much He loves us. And if there’s one thing we really want preschoolers to know, it’s that Jesus loves them.

Memory Verse: “How wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ.” Ephesians 3:18 | NIV

Key Question: Who loves you?

Bottom Line: Jesus loves me.

This Month in K3Cove. . .

GOD VIEW: THE CONNECTION BETWEEN RESPECT AND GOD’S CHARACTER, AS SHOWN THROUGH GOD’S BIG STORY

We often think about respect in terms of vertical relationships with have with others—respect for parents, teachers, and people in authority. Those are important, but equally important are the more horizontal relationships we have with people, like siblings, friends, and even people we may not get along with. This idea of valuing others and having mutual respect is seen all throughout Scripture and is a necessary way to communicate with others and demonstrate God’s love with them.

We see throughout Scripture that all people have value because they were created in God’s image. God values us and wants a forever relationship with us. God sent Jesus to make that possible. We follow God’s example when we show others that they have value too.

Memory Verse: “Do to others as you want them to do to you.” Luke 6:31 | NIRV

Respect: Showing others they are important by what you say and do.

This Month in Club45. . .

GOD VIEW: THE CONNECTION BETWEEN RESPECT AND GOD’S CHARACTER, AS SHOWN THROUGH GOD’S BIG STORY

We often think about respect in terms of vertical relationships with have with others—respect for parents, teachers, and people in authority. Those are important, but equally important are the more horizontal relationships we have with people, like siblings, friends, and even people we may not get along with. This idea of valuing others and having mutual respect is seen all throughout Scripture and is a necessary way to communicate with others and demonstrate God’s love with them.

We see throughout Scripture that all people have value because they were created in God’s image. God values us and wants a forever relationship with us. God sent Jesus to make that possible. We follow God’s example when we show others that they have value too.

Memory Verse: “Do to others as you want them to do to you.” Luke 6:31 | NIRV

Respect: Showing others they are important by what you say and do.

SPECIAL EVENTS

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FAMILY PARTNERSHIP & RESOURCES

We know that there is no greater voice in a child’s life than that which comes from the home.  The heart of OPC|M Kids Ministry is to come alongside you to support your child’s journey with Jesus.

Volunteer in Kids Ministries!

Kids Ministries need you!  Visit the SERVE page for more information about how you can help!

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Access

We want to make everyone feel welcome as they come through our doors – including children and adults with differing abilities, and their families and caregivers.   Access is the way we at Oak Pointe Milford talk about providing accessibility support and services to individuals with disabilities, special needs, conditions, and those needing various accommodations in our church community.

Want more information?

For Birth- PreK contact Kelly! P: 248.685.3560  E: kelly.renirie@oakpointe.org

For K-3 Grade contact Debra! P: 248.685.3560  E: debra.muller@oakponte.org

For 4-5 Grade contact Shalin! P:248.685.3560 E: shalin.gunn@oakpointe.org

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