Grades K-5, G’town, 10:00 a.m.

The school years are some of the most formative of a child’s life.  That’s because most children have formulated their way of looking at how the world works (world-view) by age 9.  G’town is where our school-age kids hear one Bible story and one bottom-line presented by a master teacher and where they meet friends and talk about God in the context of small groups.  Our small group leaders are the same leaders each and every week (NO rotations!) who engage kids in meaningful discussions and activities.

The neat thing about what we do for elementary-age children is found in our one-two punch!  An elementary-age child at Generations has the potential to hear one Bible story and one idea (which, once a month, happens when everyone is together in the big room). That kid then has the potential to hear that idea several more times during the week from mom and/or dad. Our curriculum is built around a monthly emphasis on 36 virtues (to see all 36 virtues, click here) and 150 Bible stories. What we do is really a partnership with parents…to help them pass on their faith to their children!

Because we believe some things are more important than other things, we do have three core beliefs we want our kids to have stuck in their minds and hearts before they head off to middle school:

  • I need to make the wise choice.
  • I can trust God no matter what.
  • I should treat others the way I want to be treated.