graveston Kidz

Graveston Kidz is a place where our children can learn about who Jesus is and how they can live like Jesus in their own lives. On Wednesdays we offer a program called TeamKID that focuses on Bible stories, Scripture memorization, missions activities, and intentional games that all point to one common theme for the night. On Sunday mornings we have Fellowship Groups broken up by age with trained teachers that take our children through the Bible and teach them the characteristics of Jesus. We feel confident in saying we are showing the children at Graveston to live a life that shines the love of Jesus.  



"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it."

-Proverbs 22:6


Loving and leading children to know and show the love of Christ.

TeamKId

TeamKID is new for the next generation of kids — with high energy games, a greater emphasis on missions, and more memory verses that help kids apply Bible truths to real life — while kids learn Bible truths foundational for every Christian.


More Bible! 

Bible Study: each meeting includes a Bible Story and teaching that helps kids grow into disciples of Christ.


Bible Memory: each meeting includes a memory verse connecting to that week’s Bible truth!


Missions Videos: each week has its own missions video from Kids on Mission.


More Fun! 

More Rec Games: TOURNAMENT activities are bigger and better than ever, which means more fun!

WARM-UP: each meeting kicks off with a fun activity that can incorporate kids as they arrive and peak interest in the Bible truth for the day.


Catching Air

The perfect jump. The longest throw. The highest leap. Every competitor longs for his best performance. This volume of TeamKID teaches kids to soar in God’s strength, as He helps them live for Him and tell others about His love.


Pre-K to 5th Grade \\ Wednesdays 6:45 - 8:15 pm in the Student Center


"Those who trust in the Lord will renew their strength; they will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not faint."

-Isaiah 40:31