Our mission is to partner with parents as they disciple their children in Jesus Christ.
We believe that God has called parents or guardians to be the primary disciplers of their children. Therefore as a ministry, we want to do all we can to help parents in this endeavor. One of the ways we partner with parents is by helping teach the gospel and instruct their children in the word of God. We also provide a venue on Sunday morning where parents are involved in their child’s spiritual formation. We also resource parents with curriculum, conferences and classes. We perform background checks on all of our workers and use protocols for the children's safety. For more information about Harvest Kids, please contact Pastor Scott Torres at
Babies (birth - confidently walking)
Younger Toddlers (confidently walking - 2.5 years)
Older Toddlers (2.5 - 4 years)
Preschool (4 -5 years)
Our Infant – Toddler program is designed to be a fun, interactive, safe environment for kids to learn about Jesus. Infants are prayed over during their time in the nursery. Toddlers learn Biblical truths during their age-appropriate lesson which are reinforced during play time. Older toddlers learn monthly Bible verses as well.
Preschoolers participate in worship, a short Bible story and lesson using The Gospel Project for Kids curriculum, arts and crafts relating to the lesson and play time.
All of our elementary children start out in the Worship Center. This allows them to participate in corporate worship with their families. We think that it is good for children to see their parents worship God. They are then dismissed to their age-appropriate classrooms. where they participate in a Bible lesson, teaching and activities guided by The Gospel Project curriculum. Elementary students stay in the Worship Center for the entire service every 5th Sunday. This occurs four times a year. Our desire is to help prepare them to participate in our greater family worship times.
All volunteers are required to submit to a background check. Anyone who works in the classroom must be trained in our curriculum and safety procedures.