We have a team of loving staff and volunteers that help provide a safe and nurturing environment for your children.
VBS: July 8-12
Join us for a truly unique VBS week, unlike any other!
Imagine leaving a life of privilege and power to face angry mobs, painful imprisonment, and chain-breaking earthquakes—all to spread the life-changing truth of God’s love. Learn the jaw-dropping story of the Apostle Paul…straight from Paul himself! In an ancient “anything goes” culture, Paul will inspire kids to share the truth of God’s immeasurable love today.
Here's the link to register your children for VBS:
Sunday Morning Schedule
The Nursery is open for parental use as needed with their babies on Sunday mornings during all services in Room 102. Audio to worship is also available in our nursery room.
At 9:30 we offer Children's Worship class for ages 2-5 yrs in Room 106. Children 6 years and older are encouraged to participate and join in service with their parents.
At 11:00 we offer Children’s worship for children ages 2-5 years in Room 106, and Sunday School class for 1st - 5th Grade in Room 105.
Kids in Worship - At Wellspring, we are growing Disciples of God! On the 1st Sunday of every month, two children help with Holy Communion. On the 4th Sunday of every month, children participate in our 11:00 worship service with opportunities to serve. Door greeting, ushering, participation in music, scripture reading, and helping collect the offering are the opportunities that are available for a variety of ages to help with. Every Sunday at both 9:30 and 11:00, we have Lesson for All Ages time at the beginning of service before children are dismissed to their classes.
For more information about our activities for Children and Families, please contact Rodnei Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 930-5959.
"At that time Jesus, full of joy through the Holy Spirit, said, "I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children. Yes, Father, for this was your good pleasure." --Luke 10:21