Welcome! We exist to help children and their families meet and follow Jesus!
We live out our mission by equipping children with the ability to trust Jesus, to share their faith, to provide service and outreach to their communities, and to discover God’s plan for their lives.
Kidz Crossing is available for all children, infant through 4th grade during our Sunday services. Through the joining of the Kidz Crossing Team and partnering parents, children enjoy a dynamic atmosphere of activities in age appropriate settings. Included are skits, songs, games, and Bible teaching in large and small groups.
We offer a safe environment beginning with a quick and secure computer check-in and out system. Because your child's safety is a high priority, each volunteer is screened with a background check and interviewed prior to serving. Please stop by our New Here/Start Here kiosk at any campus for directions to Kidz Crossing.
Wednesday Kidz Club
Kids experience exciting games, small group connection time, and memorable object lessons from the Bible, in a high energy environment.
Wednesday nights - September thru May. Children 3 years old (by September 1, this year) through 4th grade are invited to join us for our Wednesday Kidz Club!
The Kidz Club program is now closed. Program will resume September 12, 2018. Registration start June 22, 2018.
Contact the Kidz Crossing Team to 801-479-7030 for more information.
Is your child interested in baptism, and do you have a few questions? Join us for a baptism class for children (parents/guardian required). We'll walk through the meaning of baptism and decide together if your child is ready to take this incredible step in their journey. To find out when the next children's baptism class is, please click HERE. To register please click on the register button below.
Child dedication is a special time that takes place during the regular Sunday services in which parents, who are followers of Jesus, make a commitment before the Lord to submit a child to God’s will and to raise that child according to Biblical values. Child dedication does not accomplish anything of spiritual merit on behalf of a child; rather, it is a visible statement of the parents’ intention to shape their child’s heart.