Summer Camps at Camp Cotubic!

We have 3 amazing over-night kids camps this summer, hosted by our South Central Ohio District. During the week of camp we will be fishing, swimming, climbing the rock wall, going on the blob, the 100 foot water slide, playing games and much much more. Please send your completed application form and $50 deposit to Pastor Ashley no later than May 22nd. Camp fills up fast, so please do not delay! 

July 17-21 


Campers completing 5th & 6th grade


$225.00

July 24-26


Campers completing 3rd & 4th grade 


$160.00

July 27-29


Camper’s completing 1st & 2nd grade


$130.00

To apply for a scholarship, please fill out the following financial aid request form and turn it in to Pastor Ashley no later than May 22nd. Kids summer camps are a very formative week in a child’s spiritual walk. We understand the investment of the registration fee may be out of reach for some, that is why we at GROW kids offer scholarships. Our scholarships are available because of generous donations from members in our congregation and our basketball concessions profits. Scholarships will be considered and distributed based on need and timely submission.


Questions?  Ask Pastor Ashley~

  





PASTOR ASHLEY

Pastor Ashley or a member of our friendly Children's staff will meet you at the Children's Welcome Center before Worship on Sunday mornings or on Wednesday nights at 6:45!

MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers. 

By preschoolers, we mean birth through Kindergarten. 

MOPS groups all around the world are rallying women to be more honest,

feel more equipped, and to find our identity by journeying alongside one another. 

We believe better moms make a better world! 


MOPS will meet on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month from 4:00pm -5:30pm.


Childcare is provided.


Click here to register! Scholarships are available and your 1st week is always free

every week

Children’s Worship

Children’s Worship is for K-5th graders on Sunday mornings during the 9:30 am, and 11:00 am services.  Often there are opportunities for our 5th graders to engage as leaders within Children’s Worship. Check out our special Parent's Cue to see what we are learning about this month as well as ideas for fun activities to do with your kids during the week! 

 


Preschool Worship

Preschool Worship is for our 3-Kindergarten age students on Sunday mornings during the 9:30 am and 11:00 am services.  Our kid’s divide into age groups and have a shepherd who guides them through a rotation of fun, hands-on learning.  Children experience music, Bible stories, crafts and games.


Nursery and Toddlers

The nursery is for newborns-18 months and the toddler room is for 18 months-3 years old.  We provide a loving and safe environment.  In the toddler room, children experience songs, Bible stories and crafts as they play together and with their teachers.  These areas are open for Sunday services and on Wednesday evenings.


Christian Education Classes on Wednesday Nights, 6:45-8:00pm

Nursery – 5th grade meet for “CE” classes on Wednesday nights during the school year.  Children Preschool aged and younger meet in designated rooms from 6:45-8 pm.  Our K-5th grade students meet in the Central Complex from 6:45-7 pm for games and prayer before being dismissed to their age group classes from 7-8 pm.

Our Kids Ministry welcomes all, ranging from birth to 5th grade. We are the GROW kids. It is our mission to come alongside families as their children GROW mentally, physically, socially, spiritually and in Christ-likeness. We base this mission on Luke 2:52 "Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and mankind." 


We desire to come alongside families in their mission to be the spiritual heads of their household, because time is short!

See this video to learn about our strategy for partnering with parents. 


We also join our church in our mission to "Connect our communities in a meaningful relationship with Christ" as we G.R.O.W. "Go Reach Our World". 


Connect with us at our Facebook group page to see what we are up to! GROW kids Facebook

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"All in all, growing up in the Nazarene Church was a good thing. They got me memorizing Scripture as soon as I could read, and I have certificates and a framed picture hammered out of copper to prove it. The Nazarenes are really into Bible quizzing--they even hold international competitions--so it's hard for those of us who grew up in its ranks not to emerge as amateur Bible scholars...

Foutunately, the strong biblical training I received while growing up served me well when, as an adult, I reexamined my faith.  Mostly Nazarenes are  friendly bunch... and you'll find a spiritual home that can nurture you in a personal, passionate relationship with God." 


-Carmen Renee Berry,

Third Generation Nazarene and author of The Unauthorized Guide to Choosing a Church.