Calling all parents! You’re invited to an informative and encouraging night designed to help you navigate through the ups and downs of raising children in 2018. Parent Night will take place on Sunday night, September 30 from 6:00 to 8:30 PM.

At Parent Night, you’ll have the opportunity to engage in age-appropriate, topic-tailored workshops pertaining to your child’s social, emotional, and spiritual health.

It’ll be a night full of learning, laughing, connections, and conversations. Coffee, desserts, and childcare will be provided.

RSVP for Parent Night HERE. 

Questions? Email Children’s Pastor at or Student Pastor Pete Waller at



“2018 Teen”

Pete Waller, our high school pastor, will be taking time to discuss the dangerous “normal” that our teens today are experiencing and, in turn, what they’re needing even more from those closest to them.


“It Takes A Village”

We’ve all said, “it takes a village” a time or two in our lives, but what does that look like for your child in a world driven by efficiency and technology rather than faith? Join Seth and Alex Brown, our Student Arts and Early Childhood Pastor, as we discover the village your child needs to develop and sustain a faith throughout their most vulnerable years in life.


“It’s Just a Phase, So Don’t Miss It”

You have approximately 936 weeks from the time your child is born until he or she graduates from high school. It goes by fast, and kids change and grow quickly. It all makes the responsibility to shape a child’s faith and character feel overwhelming. Join Children’s Pastor, Melissa Flora, for an overview of The Phase Project and how to make the most of EVERY PHASE.


“Thinking Differently”

Have you ever wondered what is going through the mind of a child with ADHD, ADD, Dyslexia, Autism or any other social or mental disorder? From first-hand experience, Jenelle Criswell, our Elementary Pastor, will be sharing her personal struggles and successes about growing up feeling different than everyone else. This workshop will help you understand some of the struggles that your child faces daily, and how we (the church) are partnering with families to help these children realize the blessing of their different mind.



What does it mean for your kid developing socially and spiritually in a technological age –  in a world that focuses on online connections and time spent on digital devices? Taylor Tafelsky, our middle school pastor, will be discussing social media, video games, mobile apps, and how you can help your child safely grow socially AND spiritually.