Inviting people to ignite and grow their passion for Jesus.
Helping kids ignite and fuel their passion for God!
Ignitions' goal for all our family ministries is for our families and church come together, and "make a greater impact than just two influences alone." Therefore, one of our biggest goals is to equip and work alongside parents to influence all our kids for Jesus.
Our youngest members have a great time in our nursery, Little Sparks!
The goal of iKids is to
connect kids with God in fun and exciting ways.
Fuse meets on Sunday nights from 5:00-7:00pm for fun, snacks and diving deeper into God's Word.
CHECKING IN YOUR CHILD
Registration: Please register your child upon arrival. The check-in process begins prior to the start of service. When checking in your child, please notify the staff of any special medical conditions or dietary needs so they can provide the best care possible.
Pick-up: All parents or guardians will need to show a form of ID when picking up their children. It is required for your child to be picked up immediately following service.
Wellness Policy: For the protection of your child, we ask parents not to bring your child to children's church if they exhibit symptoms of a contagious illness (i.e. fever, a persistent cough and or discolored runny nose.
Volunteers: Our kids' ministry is staffed by many different volunteers. Each one has gone through a training class and had background checks to ensure that they are just right for caring for your children.
WHAT IS ORANGE?
At Ignition, we are excited to use Orange Curriculum by the reThink Group, Inc.
Every month there is a fresh new emphasis on a section of scripture for preschool-high school. We partner with Orange to create a safe place for kids to connect through fun interactive learning.
Orange is a simple strategy. It starts with two individual influences in a child’s life: HOME + CHURCH
Since we believe Scripture is clear that parents are the primary disciple-makers in the lives of their children, our vision is to come alongside and partner with parents in the discipleship process.