The main goal of the children's ministry at Northshore Church is to teach children the love of Jesus through God’s Word while providing them with a loving environment. ShoreKids is offered during the 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM worship gatherings to children birth to 6th grade. We use age-appropriate materials and each group is staffed with caring teachers and volunteers to make sure your child's first step towards a relationship with Jesus is safe and positive. Children are taught truths about God and have opportunities to express themselves and their knowledge through role play, creative play, arts & crafts, puzzles, games, and more!
***Each child, birth through 6th grade, must be checked in at our computer check-in station. Parents or guardians will receive a matching security tag so they are able to pick up their children with ease.
Nursery (Birth - 23 months)
The nursery staff is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment for our infants and toddlers. Our workers demonstrate a servant’s attitude toward the children and their parents. We have a security tag check-in procedure and maintain high standards of cleanliness. The staff follows detailed nursery policies and procedures to help protect your child’s health and well-being. Copies are available upon request.
Preschool (2-4 yrs)
Children in preschool classes are taught the First Look curriculum, a web-based curriculum that uses engaging activities to introduce pre-school children to God. First Look gives children a first impression of their heavenly Father and the wonder of His love for each one of them.
Elementary (K-3rd Grade)
Children in elementary classes are taught the 252 BASICS curriculum, a web-based curriculum helping children explore the vibrant truths of Jesus. 252 BASICS curriculum and resources provoke discovery, inviting kids to live out their new understanding of how to grow in relationship with God and with others.
Club456 is a ministry that serves our 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. This unique ministry bridges the gap between a child-like need for structure and a more mature glance in to the abstract understanding of the Gospel, the Trinity, and what it means to be a follower of Christ. Students will have the opportunity to engage in discussion together and experience a worship service geared specifically to their needs and interests.