Children's Ministry

Christ Our Hope Church loves and welcomes children

We enjoy having children in our worship service. After our time of worship in song, we provide safe oversight and biblical instruction for children from birth to the age of 11 years old during the sermon. When you enter the school building, a greeter will meet you and will direct you to the children’s ministry rooms. Since the safety of your children is one of our top priorities, you will be asked to fill out an information form for your children and one of our workers will place a security band on your child’s wrist with a unique security number, a number that only matches the security tab that will be handed to you, so only you can pick up your child. You will also be asked to sign the checkin-checkout form. Our policy is to only allow approved members of Christ Our Hope Church to serve and there must be at least two adults with the children at any given time (more workers will be available with larger numbers of children).

Hope Kids

Hope Kids is comprised of children from Kindergarten through 5th grade. During the service, children are taken to a classroom in the back where they engage with the Scriptures through a dynamic lesson time. Learning to work in small groups, to pray, and to be in awe of our good and faithful Lord are some of the things our volunteer teachers hope to instill in them. 


Hope Kids is currently using the Curriculum from The Gospel Project. 

Nursery

In the nursery room, we have placed a pack-and-play, a changing table and a high chair, for babies or toddlers. We ask that you take your child to the bathroom before the class starts. During the service, the children will learn to sing hymns and praise and worship songs, they will have time to play through coloring, playing with play dough, and some toys. We also will have a snack time (please do let us know if your children have any allergies or issues with food, such as gluten). One of the highlights of our time with the children is studying the Bible and learning to pray. The curriculum we are currently following is The Gospel Project for Preschool.