The vision of the children’s church ministry is to support parents in the gift of raising children who love the Lord their God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love their neighbors as themselves.

To that end, we offer the following for our youngest members and friends.

Children’s Ministry Volunteers

All children’s church staff and volunteers have undergone finger printing and background checks prior to serving with children. These background checks are completed again every five years. All classes for children are taught with two leaders in the classroom at all times. Volunteers undergo training so that they may provide the best instruction and care for your children.

If you are interested in serving as a volunteer in the children’s ministry, email Elizabeth McAdams, children’s ministry director, at

Sunday School

Covenant Presbyterian Church offers Sunday School classes for all ages, from 9:30-10:15 a.m., starting the Sunday after Labor Day and continuing through May. We use curriculum designed specifically for the needs of each age group, from toddlers to high schoolers. Wonderful, dedicated teachers provide a fun, safe environment for the children to learn more about God and His Word.

Preschool & Under

Currently, our youngest children, preschool and under, meet in the toddler church room during this hour. There they are able to play, sing, color, wiggle, and read together a brief story from the Bible. Parents may drop off their child at 9:30 and are asked to retrieve them after adult Sunday School ends at 10:15 unless the children are staying for toddler church time during the service.

Grades K-2

Children in grades K-2 are using the Jesus Storybook Bible curriculum to learn how the entire Bible tells one story about Jesus.

Grades 3-5

Children in grades 3-5 are working through the middle elementary curriculum provided by Great Commission Publications. For more information on this curriculum, visit the middle elementary curriculum by Great Commission Publications at Middle Elementary Curriculum.

During the Service

It is our desire that all families feel welcome at Covenant Presbyterian Church. With that hope, we provide several options for children during the service, beginning at 10:30. Parents should always feel free to keep their children of any age with them throughout the entire service, if they desire.

Cry Room

For our youngest babies, as well as nursing mothers, a private space is provided for your comfort right outside of the sanctuary. This space is located inside the nursery and has a diaper-changing station. It also is equipped with a speaker so that you may listen to the sermon.


We provide quality childcare for infants during the worship service at 10:30 a.m. This separate nursery space, located just outside of the worship room, is designed specifically to keep our youngest babies safe. Around the age of 2 years, depending on the needs of the child, they are promoted to Toddler Church.

Toddler Church (Ages 2-3)

Runners ages 2 and 3 have a separate space from the younger babies. Children may attend Toddler Church for the entire worship service, or may stay with their parents for the beginning of the service and then join Toddler Church during the sermon time. Children in this age group take part in a lesson from the toddler curriculum from Great Commission Publications, where they learn that God loves them dearly. These children are also given time for a snack and for free play. Snacks are provided, but families with special dietary needs may bring their own snacks. Families are encouraged to bring a bag for each child with a water cup and change of diapers/clothes. A bathroom for children who are potty training is located in the toddler church room.

For more information on the curriculum used with these children, visit Toddler Church Curriculum.

Kinder & Up

Elementary school children at CPC are encouraged to learn to listen to the sermon and glean key points from it by interacting with the sermon through the use of a children’s activity sheet. Each activity sheet is designed specifically for that week’s sermon and helps students listen for the big ideas throughout the entire worship service. Children’s activity sheets may be found on the table in the back of the sanctuary. Parents are encouraged to use these activity sheets with children after the sermon to check for understanding and help their children grow in their faith.



Any questions regarding CPC’s children’s ministry can be directed to our children’s ministry director, Elizabeth McAdams, at

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