Wednesday Night - Horizon Kids Cross Talk A study for kids Pre-K through 5th grade. Cross Talk seeks to engage our children not only in learning Bible stories, but also in applying the scriptures to their lives. Life application occurs during small groups, and the scripture memorization is practiced in conjunction with the passage we are studying. No matter the child's age we are trying to foster a love for the person and work of Jesus Christ.
Cross Talk starts at 6:30 and ends at 8:00
Call the church at 423-563-0030 for van pick up.
Sunday School: We offer classes from nursery through 5th grade. Your child will enjoy one-on-one attention as he/she learns about biblical principals while acquiring positive character reinforcement. Class begins at 10 a.m. Join us in the Family Life Center at 9:30 a.m. for refreshments.
Children's Church: Developed for children ages 4-9, while you worship in the sanctuary, partway through the service, your child will be dismissed to children's church where he/she will enjoy a story and activities geared for his/her age and level of understanding. Children are often enthusiastic about going to New Horizon's children's church. "It's the best church I've ever been to," remarked one 5-year-old boy. Services begin at 11 a.m. We currently do not offer children's church during the 8:30 a.m. service.
Nursery: We offer volunteer-staffed nursery during the Sunday 11 a.m. service. There is also an infant nursery where moms or dads can go to feed or calm a fussy little one.
Each year we have Vacation Bible School, Easter at the Park, Summer Camp, and several other events throughout the year. Check out schedules or reach out to Josh for more info. Josh.firstname.lastname@example.org
For your peace of mind and your child's safety, all volunteers who work with children must submit to a background check and have been a member for 6 months.
2017 was the first time our children's ministry went to camp. We go to Centri-kid camps at Ridgecrest Conference Center. This camp is open to rising 3rd-6th graders. A picture is worth a thousand words, so how about a video?