• Trinity Kids

    HTC'S CHILDRENS MINISTRY

We'd Love to Meet You!

Come + See


Check In


Check in happens between 9:30 -10:10 on Sunday mornings

Kids Song


Trinity Kids participate in a worship song prior to kids church

Program


Play games, make crafts, sing songs, and hear a message

Check Out


Check out happens in each classroom at 11:15

COME AND VISIT US ON SUNDAY

WE'D LOVE TO MEET YOU!


WHAT TO EXPECT:

REGISTRATION


We ask all new families to fill out a Child Registration Form so we can do our best at serving your family.  The form asks for information to learn basic information from age to known food allergies.

All welcome


Trinity Kids serves children form 0 to 11 with a Bible based program that teaches them about the love and work of Christ, the word of the Father and the witness of the Spirit.

AGES 0-1

NURSERY


Ages 0-1

Nursery


Our babies are having so much fun together enjoying bubbles, and reading stories about how God loves us!

AGES 3-5

TODDLERS


WHAT WE'RE LEARNING THIS MONTH

TODDLERS


Basic Truth: God Made Me
Bottom Line: God Gives Me Good Friends

  • David and Jonathan become the best of friends and love each other. (1 Samuel 18:1-4)
  • David and Jonathan are so sad when they have to say good-bye to each other. (1 Samuel 20:3-42)
  • King David looks for anyone left in Jonathan’s family so he can show kindness to them. (1 Samuel 20:14-17, 2 Samuel 9:1-13)
  • King David’s heart is so full that He praises God in the streets with singing and instruments. (2 Samuel 6:5, 6:14; Psalm 149:1-5)
  • In a review of King David’s life, we see that “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9)

Memory Verse: Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do. Ecclesiates 4:9, NIRV

PRE K - GRADE 5

TRINITY KIDS


WHAT WE'RE LEARNING THIS MONTH

TRINITY KIDS


Basic Truth: God Made Me
Bottom Line: God Gives Me Good Friends

  • David and Jonathan become the best of friends and love each other. (1 Samuel 18:1-4)
  • David and Jonathan are so sad when they have to say good-bye to each other. (1 Samuel 20:3-42)
  • King David looks for anyone left in Jonathan’s family so he can show kindness to them. (1 Samuel 20:14-17, 2 Samuel 9:1-13)
  • King David’s heart is so full that He praises God in the streets with singing and instruments. (2 Samuel 6:5, 6:14; Psalm 149:1-5)
  • In a review of King David’s life, we see that “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9)

Memory Verse: Memory Verse: “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do. Ecclesiates 4:9, NIrv

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