Matthew 19:14 Jesus said,”Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these.”
Here at Ridgeline, we believe that children are a gift from God!
Jesus loves children and told His disciples to “let them come to me.” We want to love children in the same way that Jesus loves them.
Join us December 9th at 9:00am and 10:45am for our annual children’s musical The Christmas Shoe Tree.
Sunday morning classes are designed to teach children Biblical truths through a variety of avenues. Our goal is to help children develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and come to an understanding of how to live their lives for Him.
We offer age-appropriate, Biblically based curriculum for children birth- 6th grade during the 9:00 service and birth-4th grade during the 10:45 service. 5th and 6th-grade children attend church with their parents during the 10:45 service.
Elementary classes are different each hour so if parents choose to be in an adult class, children are not duplicating what they learn. We take our call to partner with families in the training of your children in the Lord very seriously. We believe that by working together we can help your children grow and develop in their faith.
Kindergarten -4th grade – 1st hour are going through books of the Bible using Explore the Bible curriculum by Lifeway.
Kindergarten-4th grade – 2nd hour are learning about the Names of God with a curriculum that was written by one of our Staff Members.
5th and 6th Grade, are also using the Explore the Bible Curriculum and meet only during the 9:00 hour and attend Church with their parents during the 10:45 service.
Awana registration will open August 29th. Awana club will meet Wednesday nights from 6:00-7:30 pm starting in September 5th.
All of our adult volunteers have received background screening and reference checks.
We have ongoing training for our teachers, many are CPR and First Aid certified.
Ridgekids Children are provided with a name tag with a unique code for your family.
Parents are asked to present their security number to the teacher when picking up your child.