Something For All Ages
One of our top priorities is that our kids and youth would hear about Jesus. We work hard to provide a safe, loving, fun-filled environment where they can connect with others and learn about God in a meaningful, relevant way.
Kids Program at Our Weekend Services
Our kid's program is a place where your children can experience the adventure of encountering Jesus. From newborn babies to 5th grade students, we have different classrooms for your children to come learn about God in a fun and exciting way with other kids their age. With trusted and trained workers who care about kids, Oaks Kids is a great place for your children to learn what it means to follow Jesus while you are attending our services.
Getting Started: Registration
When you come into Oaks Kids area, you will be greeted by one of our Kid's Program Workers at the Oaks Kid’s Welcome Desk. They will help register your family and check your kids into class. After registration, they will gladly direct you and your children to the correct classroom which are categorized by age.
Children may be dropped off 15 minutes before the service begins (10:30 a.m.) and should be picked up soon after service has ended. You can meet the Oaks Kids Workers for your child's age group at the classroom.
Here among the fun and games, your child will experience worship, engage in age appropriate Bible teaching, learn to pray for one another, and start to build great friendships. Our trusted teachers and assistants use the Bible, engaging games, and focused activities to help the children learn and apply God's truth to their lives.
Shortly after the adult service ends, you should return to the Oaks Kids’ Welcome Desk to check out your child. Our teachers and helpers will bring your children to you shortly after you complete the checkout process.
We would love to hear from you! Contact our kids director with questions.
Junior High/High School
As a parent of a Middle School or High School student you might be wondering, “Where does my child fit in at Oaks Church?”
At this time we do not have a regular meeting youth group since we are a new church plant. However, we do have people at Oaks who are passionate and experienced in leading youth and are looking forward to seeing our program grow. We would love to introduce you and your children to some of these people to begin building relationships. Ultimately, our desire for the near future for Oaks is to build our youth program into a dynamic and encouraging place for your children to grow.
We are excited about Middle School and High School students at Oaks and love both them and their families; we hope that you will check us out.
To get a sense of how the future will look for our youth group check out these pages from Oaks sending church, Clear River Church: http://www.clearriverchurch.org/connected/youth