Children's Programs

Leah Mercer2018

We've been blessed with many children at Faith Church!

Raising our children to know Jesus in a loving and nurturing environment is a responsibility we all share—in fact, it's a promise we make as a community when they are baptized. Faith Church has programs for children from birth to young adult. 

Leah Mercer - Children's Ministries Coordinator

Children's Ministries During Covid

We miss our Kiddos!

During Covid we have not been able to offer our Children's Ministries, and it has left a hole in our community. We are trying to create more opportunities for them to be involved in our Sunday Worship. Please take a look around this page for a glimpse of our thriving Children's Ministries from before Covid. We can't wait to see and nurture our Kiddos when restrictions are lifted!


Nursery (Newborns–age 2)

Sunday mornings during our worship service.

Nursery is a safe place for our youngest members to have a positive first experience of church. It's a welcoming, consistent space that toddlers and young children can look forward to enjoying each week. Often, it's the first place a child learns to be away from their parents and cared for by someone else.

Young people aged 13 and up are encouraged to volunteer to be active and engaged helpers in the nursery. At least one parent of families who use the nursery regularly should be on our nursery volunteer list.

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Children's Worship (Ages 3–5)

Sunday mornings during our worship service.

Children take part in an interactive Bible story and have a chance to respond in their own form of worship. Our Children's Worship ministry runs every Sunday morning during the worship service.


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JourneyKids (JK–Grade 5)

Sunday mornings during our worship service.

JourneyKids is a time of fun and learning in a safe, nurturing environment that takes place during the worship service.

Each month we learn a new theme. We begin with a presentation of the Bible lesson in a large group setting and then break into small groups for more personal discussion and reflection. Throughout the morning, the kids will engage in activities that will help them relate to the lesson in a tangible way.

Our goal in JourneyKids is to promote discovery and invite kids into an ever growing relationship with Jesus.


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GEMS (Grades 2–6)

Thursday nights, 7–8:30 am (September to April)

GEMS stands for "Girls Everywhere Meeting the Saviour". The GEMS program aims to help bring girls into a living relationship with Jesus Christ.

In GEMS, girls meet in small groups of six to eight and get to know each other and their leaders well. Girls participate in team building; enjoy dynamic singing, develop important life skills through badge activities; and make creative and fun crafts. They learn life skills, such as emotional and physical health, citizenship, understanding disabilities, building family and other relationships, resisting peer pressure, and activism.

Girls also participate in Bible study and do service projects that make a difference in other’s lives.




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Boys Club (Grades 2–6)

Thursday nights, 7–8:30 pm (September to April)

This is a weekly time for boys to come and learn about God through a Bible lesson. We also have active games, use the wood shop to make fun and interesting projects and take part in fun activities like hockey games, skating, bowling and laser tag.