Children’s Ministry

The Children’s Ministry at Woodridge builds strong relationships with the child and their parents to assist and support our children to be fully devoted followers of Christ. We do this by offering programs, training resources, prayer, and encouragement.

Children’s Events
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Sunday School

Sundays at 9:30 am

Each week children will learn through age-appropriate Bible stories, crafts, activities, and lots of fun by our trained and dedicated teachers.

Children’s Church

Sundays at 10:50am

Children in K – 2 grade will engage in Children’s Church every Sunday. Children will be taken from Sunday School to Children’s Church every week where they will engage in music, games, and Bible lessons that teach them to be followers of Christ.

AWANA

Wednesdays at 6:15pm (September – May)

Awana is a non-denominational Bible club for children 2 years old through 5th grade. Awana is centered on the Gospel, scripture memory is key, it’s fun and exciting, children and youth are trained to serve, and it is built on strong leadership. Club meets weekly throughout the school year from September through May. Anyone can enroll at any time during the year. The one-time annual cost is from $20. Awana is open to all churches and communities.

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Art of Parenting

Sundays at 5:30pm

FamilyLife’s Art of Parenting is a course designed to not only help parents find new ways to integrate faith into everyday parenting moments, but also to create an environment where moms and dads can shoulder burdens together, celebrate breakthroughs, and relate to one another’s day to day parenting journey.

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Children Security

We have a security system that consists of checking in on our computers. On your first visit at Woodridge, we will have you fill out a visitor form and provide you with two labels; one for you and one for your child. The parent must give their duplicate name tag to the teacher in order to pick up their child. Once your child is in the system, you can check in all your children on one of our computers each time you are at Woodridge. All volunteers and paid workers have been background checked and receive Ministry Safe Training.

For more information about our Children’s Ministry, please contact
Chris “Tiny” Seely, Children’s Pastor.