Club 252 is for children ages pre-K thru fifth grade during morning message.

Club 252 for Kids! (PreK-First Grade)

First Look INCITES WONDER in the heart of a preschooler.

The First Look curriculum is designed so that each preschooler will grow up believing that:
  • God made me • God loves me
  • Jesus wants to be my friend forever

First Look gives preschoolers their introduction to the story of God by providing weekly Bible story presentations that are highly creative, interactive and age-specific. Each lesson emphasizes a monthly Bottom Line to help make it easily applicable.

First Look offers monthly and weekly Parent CUEs that can be printed or emailed to parents, giving them support during this stage of life. Each Parent CUE provides a summary of the weekly lesson and suggested activities that parents can easily do with their preschooler during the regular rhythm of their week:

  • PlayTime
  • BathTime
  • CuddleTime
  • CarTime

 All Parent CUE resources are also available for families through the Parent CUE App for iOS and Android.

In addition, First Look offers Parent Take Homes several times a year providing tools for an expanded family activity.
First Look introduces preschoolers to the Small Group experience. This safe environment builds trust as children learn about God through the loving care of consistent leaders who embrace them in order to see God’s love and meet God’s family. 
First Look regularly teaches preschoolers to think of others. In addition, First Look encourages preschoolers to look past their personal relationships and help those outside the circles of family and friends through at least one practical outreach opportunity per year, typically during the Thanksgiving/Christmas holiday season. 

Club 252 for Kids! (Grades 2-5)

252 Basics PROVOKES DISCOVERY in the heart of a child.

The 252 Basics curriculum is designed to shape identity through planting these truths in the heart of every elementary-age child:
  • I need to make the wise choice. (Wisdom)
  • I can trust God no matter what. (Faith)
  • I should treat others the way I want to be treated. (Friendship)

The story of God reveals the character of God. That’s why 252 Basics is organized around key Bible stories that help kids discover Jesus and reflect His character to the world around them. Every month presents a new Life App to help children discover more about God’s character. And each Life App is unpacked through a weekly   Bottom Line—a short phrase so easy to remember that it can be reinforced at home throughout the week. 252 Basics offers monthly and weekly Parent CUEs that can be printed or emailed to parents, giving them support during this stage of life. Each Parent CUE provides a summary of the weekly lesson and two MealTime questions to help start a conversation.

Additional BedTime, MealTime, DriveTime, and HangTime resources are available for families through or the Parent CUE App, available for iOS and Android. GodTime cards are weekly devotionals for kids and parents to do together (K-3rd grade) or for kids to do on their own (4th-5th grade). 252 Basics continues to build on a child’s experience of community by creating opportunities for life-change through Small Groups. Every Small Group resource is designed to support a safe environment with consistent leaders who will engage children to trust God’s character and live out God’s story. 252 Basics emphasizes the importance of loving and serving others throughout the year as children learn to live out God’s character through the monthly Life Apps. In addition,  252 Basics suggests one local and one global ministry project in which kids can give of themselves every year.

Also, we offer a freewebsite: offers safe online activities for families and kids to do together that build on the theme presented that weekend Sunday. Also, if you have to miss a Sunday, then you can watch the lesson on for the Sunday you are missing and watch it live on that same Sunday. 
Tara Swist