Parent/Child Dedication: May 14, 2017

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Our Parent/Child Dedication is a time of giving thanks to God for His provision of children and the privilege of parenting. It is an amazing responsibility to lead your children to one day commit their lives to Jesus Christ. It is also a time for parents to commit their lives to obediently follow God’s direction and plan for their family. In addition the service provides an opportunity for parents to make a public commitment before our body of believers who will come alongside to support through prayer, godly wisdom, and encouragement.

“We pray that we will do all that we can as a church and family of faith, not to do anything that would bring harm to any of these little ones, that we along side of their parents would do everything we can to bring them up in godly, Christ centered homes. We also pray that these little ones will follow Jesus one day and become kingdom builders.” – Paul Jimenez, Pastor

We look forward to celebrating this commitment time with you and your family!

Encouragement Breakfast

We offer this important time for you to meet, greet and be encouraged by other parents. It is important that all participating parents in the Parent/Child Dedication service attend.

To learn more, please contact our Taylors Children Office.

 

 

Let us know about your child’s medical need!

Does your child have any special medication or an EpiPen? Are there any allergies of which we need to be aware? If so, please complete the short form below for our staff. Thank you.

Let Us Know of Your Child's Medical Need
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Text Message Contact information

Please enter your family information along with the cell phone numbers of the phones you will carry at all times while on campus. By giving us this number, you give us permission to send you a text message via SMS. Standard carrier rates apply.

What song is my child singing in the car?

Here are some of our favorite songs from KidsWorship and Preschool Praise or songs that we thought you would enjoy as a family.