Build Their Foundation
We believe that welcoming children in the name of Jesus is a lofty privilege and a high calling (Matthew 18:5, Mark 9:36–37, Luke 9:27–48). God places a high value on children and on caring for their needs (Deut. 6:4-9; Mark 10:13-14; Psalm 127:3). Furthermore, ministry to children has profound implications for this life and for eternity (Matthew 18:6, Ephesians 6:12).
With this in mind, Heart of the Springs Church is committed to maintaining high standards for those who care for our children, for the programs we offer and for the environment we provide for participants. We look forward to the honor of partnering with parents in the spiritual training of their children and are excited to welcome you and your children!
Nursery (Birth – 2 years old)
Nursery Director Janet Hallock has been leading our nursery ministry for almost 20 years. Janet and her team would be happy to welcome you and your nursery-aged children at the nursery check-in desk in the church lobby. The nursery is available in all Sunday morning services.
Sunday Morning Children’s Programs
The children’s ministry at Heart of the Springs is a fun and safe environment for your children. It is a place for them to experience the love of God and learn to know and follow Jesus. Children’s programs are offered in all Sunday morning services. Check-in is on the upper level, at the top of the north stairwell.
“We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, His power, and the wonders He has done.” Psalm 78:4
If you’re looking for a place for your children to learn God’s Word and how to apply those truths in their lives—all in a fun, loving and positive environment—check out the Awana program at Heart of the Springs!
Our Awana program (3 years – 5th grade) meets from 6:25 – 8:00 pm on Wednesday evenings. Our 2:1 child to leader ratio allows us to provide your child with the attention they need to succeed in the program!
VBS (Vacation Bible School)
Each June, the church building is transformed with amazing decorations and the sounds of singing, playing and laughing kids fill the building for an exciting week of VBS.
Whether it’s a movie and lunch on a winter afternoon, an Easter Egg hunt in the spring, a sports camp or pool party in the summer, or trunk-or-treat event in the fall — there’s always another special event we are looking forward to as we work to build God-honoring relationships with peers, leaders and with the Lord Jesus Christ.