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Kidz at Kamp / June 14-18 / Riverbend Retreat Center

Kids Camp will be for children who have completed 3-5 grade. The cost is $300 per child, but there are discounts for reaching silver or gold level in Olympians, or bringing a friend! $50 deposit due by May 5th. Grab a Kidz Kamp envelope in the lobby or Fellowship Hall, or register below!

Contact Pastor Drew for questions at drew@connect2fellowship.com. 



For every regularly scheduled service, exceptional care is provided by qualified and caring adults for infants and toddlers.



Kids Bible Fellowship

Sundays 9:30am

Bible Teaching for Kids provides a balanced approach to central Bible concepts, essential Bible skills, and foundational Bible stories for preschoolers through 5th Grade - helping kids hear, know, and obey God's Word.


Preschool Worship, Sundays 10:30am:

A time designed for Preschoolers (3s-Kindergarten) to praise God though worship songs, hear captivating Bible stories and lessons, and participate in lesson-centered activities, all tailored to make a lasting impression of God’s truth upon their hearts. This will be an interactive time of learning and playing games with friends and caring adults.

Kid’s Worship, Sundays 10:30am:

Sunday morning worship starts with elementary kids (grades 1-5) joining with their parents in the Worship center and are then dismissed prior to the message for their own exciting time of learning how the great stories of the Bible apply to their lives. 

Family Worship Days:

Every fifth Sunday of the month elementary kids, teens, and adults worship together for the entirety of the service.



Gopher buddies

Wednesdays 7pm:

The Gopher Buddies Club (3s-Kindergarten) takes learning God’s truths to the next level through action-filled Bible lessons, puppets, small group activities, games, quiet times, and Scripture memorization.



Wednesdays 6:45 pm:

The Olympians Club (grades 1-5) is a fun-filled evening where kids not only learn the great truths of the Bible through lessons, Scripture memorization, and games, but they also learn to apply God’s Word to their lives through daily quiet times, prayer, and acts of service to God and others.