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First Look

Everything we teach our preschoolers is based on one of three simple, but powerful, truths.

  1. God Made Me.
  2. God Loves Me.
  3. Jesus Wants to be My Friend Forever.

Designed for babies through 5 year-olds, the entire curriculum is constructed to incite wonder in a preschooler and meet them where they are cognitively, spiritually, physically, emotionally and socially. Through age appropriate activities, preschoolers are building their spiritual  foundation so that by the time they graduate to Kindergarten they know the three basic truths.

252 for K-6th Grade

What’s 252 represent? It’s not our street address or the number of questions a 2nd-grader can ask in 20 minutes. Instead, everything we teach in 252 Kids is based on one of three basic, but powerful, truths modeled by Jesus in Luke 2:52.

I need to make the wise choice.
I can trust God no matter what.
I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

Our curriculum is designed to provoke discovery and invite kids into a new understanding of how to grow in relationship with Jesus.

Because we believe that parents are crucial to the spiritual growth of a family, 252 includes a Parent Cue with each series that can prepare parents for conversations they may have with their student and challenges them to make the most of their influence in their kid’s life.

Junior High & High School

Whether a student is walking in a growing relationship with Jesus or has no idea who Jesus is, we believe teenagers learn about Jesus best by hands on experiences. To make that happen, teenagers serve alongside our young adult and adult teams in every part of our church life. From serving coffee, leading tiny tots, stage setup or worship planning and production, our teens spend time seeing the love and ways of Jesus being modeled by the generations above them.

The Huddle – a monthly worship and teaching experience on Sunday mornings aimed at the Junior High and High School crowd specifically. It’s real. It’s current. It’s TRUTH.

Community Groups – for both the guys and the girls exist to help students grow in a relationship with Jesus Christ in a way that’s real and authentic. We hang out and have a lot of fun together, but we also spend time in the Bible each week. Then we have time to process everything we’re learning and see how we can apply it to our lives.

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