Children’s programming is available during Bible classes at 10:15 and both Sunday services at 9:00 & 11:15.


All programs are staffed by screened and trained volunteers. Registration is required for all children ages birth-5th grade in order that we may provide the safest environments possible for our families. Registration is done by the parent during drop off at the door way of each age-graded class room. This allows the teachers and leaders to contact you if your child needs you during worship or Bible study as well as identify you as the parent when you arrive for pickup. If you arrive and need help finding the appropriate classroom for your child, please ask a greeter at any of the front doors.


(Room 303)
Nursery care is available for infants from birth-12 months (or before they begin to toddle).


(Room 302)
Toddler care for one and two year olds is provided for little learners who are taught God’s Word through age-appropriate, creative, and fun auditory, visual, and tactile activities.


(Room 304)
Wee Worship service is provided for preschoolers age three through five. The children worship together, have a Bible-based lesson, and participate in activity centers to reinforce the lessons.


KIDS Church is a kid-oriented environment complete with worship music, communion, and powerful lessons and is available to Kindergarten through 5th grade students.

KIDS NIGHT! meets on Tuesday evenings in October and November from 6-7pm. Kids of all ages are invited to explore the Bible together, pray together, and play together. Parents, please accompany your children kindergarten and younger. Please RSVP here to help our team plan ahead.


The GCC Kids Facebook Page (no facebook signup required) provides excellent resources for parents to disciple their children using the same spiritual truths learned from the Bible on Sunday mornings.

The GCC Kids Parents and Leaders Facebook Group (Signup required) provides a place for more detailed information about events and some more resources that are not available publicly due to copyright restrictions.