JUNIOR CAMP (July 19-24)
Summer is here! Students entering 4th-6th grade (fall of 2021), let's have some fun while learning more about God and growing closer to Jesus. Invite a friend and make plans to be a part of summer camp at Five Mile Lake in Auburn.
Get all the details and sign up
• We practice social distancing and we all wear masks.
• We preregister each week, Tuesday at noon - Thursday at 5pm.
• We are temporarily limited to 1st-4th graders.
Please note: At the time of preregistration each week, parents will be asked to confirm that they have read and agree to abide by the Guidelines for KM2 In-Person Gatherings. For a full list of the guidelines and an FAQ about KM2 gatherings, click here.
Online Resources for Kids
Help Grow the Next Generation
We are currently praying for a few dependable people to purposely dedicate some time to minister to our 1st-4th graders during our gatherings at 9:00am and 11:00am on Sundays. If you have a heart for kids and a relationship with Christ...YOU are just what KM2 needs!
Prayer Requests and Questions
We encourage our families to practice regular times of prayer together. Ask each other "How can I pray for you today"? Take some time to consider the requests. Then share each request with God. Experiment with keeping a family log of needs and answered prayers.
Just as we encourage you to share your prayer needs with your family, we want to help you pray too. Click here to share your family's prayer requests with us.
Kids, do you have questions...about God, the Bible, or the sermon topic? Click here to submit your questions to our KM2 team, Pastor Scott, and Pastor Brandon.
- Engaging kids through fun (providing opportunities for kids to serve other kids, inside and outside the church)
- Teaching biblical truths (sharing knowledge and values that apply to everyday life)
- Physical, emotional, and relational safety (helping every child feel valued in a fun, safe, and loving environment)
- Partnering with parents (encouraging parents to develop a faith-story with their children through everyday family faith experiences and service)