Nursery

Kids and Youth Programs on Sundays

Infants through Grade Five

Highrock Kids cares for the most important members of our church – the children. Our mission is to shepherd children in connecting to God personally, connecting to God’s people and connecting to God’s purposes by teaching and modeling a Christ-centered life that is empowered by the Holy Spirit. On Sunday mornings, we have exciting, kid-targeted programs for infants through 5th grade during the 9:15 and 11am services. We also host a variety of special children's events during the year like Highrock Kids' Summer Blast and the Children's Christmas Choir. We hope you'll join us!

Our small groups are staffed with loving and nurturing volunteers whose primary purpose is to love and shepherd our children. We teach age-appropriate Biblical truths in creative and fun ways. Our curriculum is called Tru (David C. Cook). Each year we walk through the Bible chronologically, each small group learning the same story each week in age-appropriate ways. Parents are then given take-home sheets to continue the conversation and help "activate faith" in their child.

Our groups are open for drop-off starting at 8:45 and 10:30am. Parents/Guardians may pick up their children immediately following service. Paging is also available for infants through age three.

For more information or to volunteer, please contact Justin,

Grades Six through Twelve

On Sundays we encourage our teens to serve in the Children's Ministry or on a SoulFood team, and many are doing that, which is outstanding. We also want teens to be a part of the entire worship service so they can connect with the whole church.  

To help our middle school students make the transition into the sanctuary, we offer a three week class in the Fall called "The Church" that prepares them to understand and engage in worship with the whole body of Christ each week. We follow up that class by meeting twice a month to walk through "The Journey," a curriculum our denomination publishes to walk teens through the Bible and help them start having their own devotional life.   

For high school students we have a four week class in the Fall that prepares students to become members of Highrock. And starting in February, there is a 13 week class called "Finding Ourselves in His Story" that highlights the major themes of church history, theology and spiritual formation in preparation for confirmation or baptism, though some students take the class simply to grow in their faith.

For more information or to volunteer with the youth, contact Brian Dietz,