KidVenture is offered as an alternative to the adult service for kids ages 4-12. It gives them a chance to learn about the Bible through songs, crafts, stories, and games.

It is held downstairs in the 4th -6th grade classroom during Morning Worship.

What We’re Learning
KidVenture is following the road map that God gave us to travel through life, the Bible. Each week we stop in at another book of the Bible and learn about the key people, when it was written and by whom, then learn a memory verse that follows the key theme of that book.

We’re now in the New Testament.


Vacation Bible School

This year’s Vacations Bible School is SonWest Round Up. We are so excited to be bringing it to our community.

July 8th — 12th 5:30 – 8:30pm

Each year we try to provide you and your neighbors with great Bible teaching, fun experiences, and lasting friendships for your kids. We want to teach kids that learning about the Bible is a fun experience and that Christianity is not about being bored and glum but about living life to the fullest.

This year we are excited to announce that we will be offering a free t-shirt to every child who is registered by June 23rd.

Our VBS is for kids Preschool- 6th Grade.

We serve dinner each night along with a themed treat. When you turn in your registration form please list any and all allergies your child has.

Also, we will be running the bus each night. If we can help you out by bringing your child to VBS and taking them home after we would be more than happy to do so. You will need to let Emylie know on or before July 6th She can be reached by any of the following venues

Phone: 660-584-6218

There are some dates you will want to mark on your calendars:

July 6th – Wrangler Roundup Family KickOff
July 8-12th – Son West Round Up VBS
July 14th – VBS closing Sunday – Hosting the Alan Sibley and the Magnolia Ramblers Blue Grass Group

Invite Everyone child you know! Let’s pack out the church this year.

Below you will find an application to register your child through the site. All applications go directly to the youth minister’s e-mail.