NURSERY (Birth-Age 3)
Sundays During Worship Service & Wednesday Evening
Nursery care is provided during our Sunday worship service and during our Wednesday evening classes. The nursery is set up for infants and kids up to age 3. The Nursery is equipped with a nap room, a changing table, and a bathroom. We also provide all of the toys, books, and activities needed. The Nursery is located in the main building in the basement. Parents are required to sign up their child and themselves upon entry. All of our volunteers have background checks and are trained for their duties. If you have any questions feel free to contact our Children’s Ministry Director, Tori Popehn at Tori@crosslakeefc.org.
LITTLE LOGGERS (Ages 4-10)
Sundays During Worship Service – Treehouse
Little Loggers is a Children’s Ministry program for children ages 4-10 that is provided during our Sunday worship service. The Little Loggers program is designed to teach children basic bible stories, along with doing some crafts, games, and activities. We provide children with snacks and water during this time. The Little Loggers program is located in the Treehouse in the main building. All of our volunteers have background checks and are trained for their duties. If you have any questions feel free to contact our Children’s Ministry Director, Tori Popehn at Tori@crosslakeefc.org.
KIDS CLUB (Ages 4-10)
Wednesdays: 6:30-8:00 pm – Treehouse
To register, please fill out the registration form below or contact Laurie Atwater, Children’s Ministry Director at 320-980-8253.
The Faith@Home Makeover Series is FREE to parents of children who participate in The Log Church KIDS CLUB program.
Please contact Laurie Atwater at 320-980-8253 for information.
LUMBERJACKS (Grades 5-6)
Wednesdays: 6:30-8:00 pm – Bethlehem Room
We are excited about the new Lumberjacks group for 5th and 6th graders. It is designed to be a transition between the Little Loggers and Youth Group. This group is led by Elizabeth Lies and a group of volunteers who have agreed to serve with her at least once/month on a rotating basis.
This fall we began working our way through A Case for Christ for Kids by Lee Strobel. The purpose is to begin to prepare the students with tools that will help them defend their faith in a culture that will challenge them about the validity of the Bible and their beliefs.
We want students to develop a heart for service and be other-focused. We will be engaging students in service-type projects, such as shopping and packing boxes for Operation Christmas Child, performing skits for the younger group, as well as others.
We include activities that are designed to build relationships within the group to develop a sense of community and a network of ‘other believer’ support who will pray for and encourage each other. Games in the gym are a part of this process.
If you have any questions or would like to register your child, please contact Elizabeth Lies or call the church office.