Children's Ministry


Sunday: In-person @ 9:05AM & 10:55AM. Facebook live @ 10:55AM.


And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man. Luke 2:52 NIV

At JC3, we follow what Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” When he had placed his hands on them, he went on from there. People were also bringing babies to Jesus for him to place his hands on them.

Our Children's Ministry is led by a group of spiritually mature Christian teachers who love Jesus and your child. We offer age-appropriate classes for children 4 years to 12 years. Currently, the children's classes are meeting on Sundays during the 10:55 am service. With COVID-19, we are taking extra measures of precaution to keep our kids' space safe and fun!

If you would like more information about the Ministry or you are willing to serve, please contact Priya Monsi.

Our Summer Sports Camp, Aug 16-20 from 6 -8:15 pm, is designed for children, ages 4-14 years, to have fun while learning of God's love in a safe environment! We will offer a variety of sports such as soccer, basketball, boxing (8 years and older), kickball, and perhaps disc golf, etc.! Plus, we'll have fun and interactive Science and Art activities to further engage your child as they learn about Jesus's love. This is a basic skill developing sports camp and participants may be assigned to groups based on age and abilities.  Space is limited in each age group, so register today.

Prepackaged and healthy snacks will be offered as refreshments. Each athlete is requested to bring a bottle of water. On the last day of camp, August 20th, weather permitting, we will have a Camp Celebration where families can join their athletes for a cookout, ice cream, and fun!

We will continue to monitor our local COVID rates leading up to the beginning of camp and make any pertinent decisions. Unvaccinated children and adults are encouraged to wear masks as per the CDC guidelines, but we will not require it and it is up to the families to make the decision that is in the best interest of everyone.