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3235 58th Avenue Vero Beach, Florida


We think children belong in our time of family worship

To the parents of our young children (first grade and older) may we suggest:

Relax! God put the wiggle in children; don't feel you have to suppress it in God's house. ALL are welcome.

Sit toward the front where it is easier for your little ones to see and hear what's going on. They tire of seeing the backs of others' heads.

Quietly explain the parts of the service and the actions of those leading the service.

Sing the hymns, pray and voice the responses. Children learn behavior by copying you.

Encourage them to join other children on the platform during the "children's feature". If  they are timid at first, sit with them on the platform. This happens a lot.

If you have to leave the worship service with your child, feel free to do so, but please come back. As Jesus said, "Let the children come to me."

Remember that the way we welcome children in church directly affects the way they respond to the church, to God, and to one another. Let them know they are at home in the place of worship.

We have a few other ideas that can help children and their parents enjoy and profit from this time. Check with any of our pastors for suggestions.

Bottom line. We think our children learn about God and His Word when they observe their own parents and others experience God's presence. There is no substitute for this.


The presence of children is a gift to our church and is a reminder of our responsibility to join the parents who bring them in helping these young ones come to know and love the Lord.

Please welcome our children and give their parents a smile and lots of encouragement!


(First through Sixth Grade)


ORANGE! Sunday Mornings @ 9.00 and 11.30. This is an exciting time of Sunday School at it's best!

AWANA Wednesday Nights @ 6 - 7.30.

CHILDREN'S FEATURE in weekly worship services.


Tyler Bursick leads a growing team of gifted and loving leaders who work with our children and their parents.