Newborn – 3rd Grade

Route 252 is taken straight from scripture, Luke 2:52 says, “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.” As our kids are in route on life’s journey, our desire is to help shape them to be like Jesus growing in wisdom, stature, and in favor with God and men.

Our Early Childhood age (Newborns – Kindergarten), discovers that God made them, that God loves them, and that Jesus wants to be their friend forever.

Elementary (1st-3rd grade) begins to implement specific virtues through a comprehensive approach exhibiting the character of Christ. The kind of growth modeled by Jesus in Luke 2:52 happens by intention, not by accident.


4th-5th Grade

The Bridge Preteen Ministry (4th-5th grade) focuses on the transition into following Jesus through the teenage years. The Bridge meets in the Ministry Center on Sunday mornings and involves worship, creative Biblical teaching, and age appropriate small groups.


Weekend Worship Services

Children Check-In 8:15am & 10:15am

New families can register and check-in with our computer system in the family entrance (Entrance C).
Returning families can utilize express check in upstairs in the cafe or through the family entrance (Entrance C). Children will receive a name tag with their name, room name, and ID #. Parents receive a pick up tag with the matching ID # from their child’s tag.

Each name tag has a unique number used to locate a parent during the service. The number will appear on the lower right corner of the screen in the Auditorium. When the number appears, parents/guardians are to proceed to the hallway where they are greeted by a Route 252 or Bridge leader.

You can Pre-Register for Route 252 or The Bridge by printing and filling out a check-in form for your child.


Adults with the proper ID tag are allowed to enter their child’s room. When exiting, our Route 252 and Bridge leaders will compare the child’s name tag and tag for dismissal.

If an ID tag is lost, a lost tag form must be completed by the adult picking up to ensure the child’s safety before being released.