Trails Kids has two purposes on Sunday morning--to empower children with the power of the gospel and to allow parents to hear the Word of God uninterrupted in corporate worship. Our Sunday mornings in Trails Kids will mirror the corporate worship happening in the sanctuary. We set aside time for singing, Bible teaching, and exciting activities led by enthusiastic volunteers ready to engage every child. We will use The Gospel Project for Kids curriculum for all ages.
This innovative curriculum walks through all of Scripture over the course of three years, with curriculum designed especially for each age level.
Our mission is to equip families to engage in spiritual conversations at home, not just in classrooms on Sunday morning. Regardless of your child's age, you’ll see the same memory verse come home and you’ll see that as your child grows older, they get a clearer and deeper meaning of each story on Sunday morning. Our hope is that younger children will be able to tell you the basics of the story and older children will be able to fill in missing pieces of that story and how it applies to everyday life.
Child dedication is a commitment of a believer to obediently raise children in the knowledge and instruction of the Lord (Deuteronomy 6:5-9). While dedicating your child is not evidence of your child’s salvation, it is a symbol of your dedication to the body of believers that your family will serve the Lord (Joshua 24:15). To sign up your child, please fill out our Child Dedication Form. (Although we usually have a child dedication on Mother's Day and Thanksgiving Sunday each year, you are welcome to choose another date when filling out the form.)
VBS 2020 at The Trails
The Trails is hosting its first VBS this summer and is looking for volunteers for the week of June 8-12 from 9am-12pm at Boyer Elementary! We need approximately 85 volunteers to teach and lead classes, help with check in, and float during the week to help teachers and classes rotate. If you would like to be a part of this ministry, please register to help!