Caring for Children on Sundays
Infants through crawlers
Our ministry to our youngest children, Celebration Hope Babies, is for all children who are not yet walking and lasts through both our 9am Modern and 11am Traditional services, beginning at 8:45am. The room is located down the main hallway in our Worship Center, opposite of the church sanctuary, and through the second door on he left. If you like, you can give us your cell phone number and we can text you during the service in the chance you're needed. Please pick up your child soon after the service concludes.
Toddlers through three year olds
This ministry, Celebration Hope Preschoolers, also takes place during both services and involves children who are walking up through three-year-olds. Three year olds have the option of being in the nursery or joining the older children in Celebration Hope Kids room. You can find it down the main hallway of our Worship Center, through the second door on your left.
Pre-k through 3rd grade
At HopePointe, we are committed to family worship, and so we encourage our children to worship alongside their parents each week during the service. However, we know there are some moments, like the sermon, that may not always be accessible by our children. Following the children’s sermon, the children are dismissed and follow an adult leader together across the hall to "Celebration Hope Kids” children’s worship where the children have a brief time of teaching during the sermon (approximately 30 minutes). It is here our children worship through singing, crafts, and a lesson designed to strengthen their love and knowledge of God. The children return to their parents before Communion begins. Of course, if your child would prefer, they're welcome to stay with you.
3rd through 5th grade
During Lent, we have invited our 3rd through 5th graders to join us during the sermon time for "Trekkers", a Bible-study for our older children. Just like our other children, they are dismissed from the service after the children's sermon and return before Communion. The curriculum has been following our Lenten series on Brokenness.