Asbury is a family-centered church, and being part of God’s church family is the best way we know to raise your child as a Christian in today’s world. Asbury works to include the family in their child’s spiritual education. Teaching the children to follow Jesus’ example, we encourage parents and other family members to model the same example of prayer and service. When children see loved and respected adults model a Christian life, they not only learn to follow God, but they gain the necessary tools to become a Christian leader.
««« On the links provided on the side bar, you will find current educational programs designed for infants through 5th grade and discover how you can connect with your child’s Christian journey. Through prayer and God’s grace, your family will grow in Christian love together at Asbury!
Acquire Bible knowledge
Believe in Jesus
Commit to God
To prayerfully lead children to God, instill a belief in Jesus, and model unconditional love and service to others.
Following the vision of our church, we present our Children’s Ministry in an environment that is: Bible-Based, Safe, Nurturing, Creative, Fun, Relational, Servant-minded, Child-Centered, and Age Appropriate.
In the hopes we will: foster the children’s spiritual, emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth to develop maturing young Christians.
The curriculum used at Asbury is designed and selected by the Minister of Children. Resources used support United Methodist theology and doctrine and contain basic elements common to all Christians.
Snacks are served during most children’s programming. If your child has food allergies, please make sure you notify the Minister of Children or your child’s teachers.
The safety and security of your child is a high priority at Asbury. The church has policies and procedures that define guidelines, applications, screening, and appropriate hiring and training of staff and volunteers, procedures for drop off and release of children, and appropriate child-to-staff ratio requirements. Any questions may be directed to our Minister of Children.