Want to make a lasting difference in the life of a child? Join our Children's Ministry team! Sign up to serve by clicking the button above.
At City of God Church, we want to come alongside parents and give every child that comes through our doors the opportunity to hear and respond to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our classes currently use The Gospel Project for Kids as our primary teaching curriculum. You can find out more about these lessons by clicking the link.
All children's ministry volunteers receive training prior to serving. We also have a current background check on file for everyone who serves. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible concerning the safety of your children so please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. ( )
You will find a current class listing below.
We offer a fully-staffed nursery for children ages newborn through 3 years old.
We currently offer three different classes for students in elementary school. These classes include Bible teaching, activities, and scripture memorization through fun, age appropriate instruction.
City of God now offers a ministry for 5th - 12th grade students on Wednesday nights. Make sure to check the calendar to find out more about their biweekly gatherings.
Interested in finding out more about City of God's ministry for junior and senior high students? Contact our student ministry leaders: Aaron and Sara Dobrin ( ).
We believe that every child is made in the image of God. If your child has special needs, please contact our Director of Children's Ministry ( to discuss any accommodations or support that we can provide! We want them (and you!) to feel safe and welcome at our church as we teach them about God.
Occasionally, City of God will invite children to worship with their parents on Sunday morning. On these Sundays, we will still have the nursery class available.
For more resources as well as At Home lessons, check out the COG Blog!
It's so easy to fill our schedules and to-do lists with relationships, obligations, and commitments that require constant attention. However, if we're not careful, the constant distractions of this world can keep us from focusing on what is most important. What would it look like to reorganize our lives around pursuing a deeper relationship with Jesus? Not only would we find the joy and rest we've been seeking, but we would be better for everyone around us as well.
You can listen to "One Thing is Necessary" below: