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At Wellspring Kids we believe in training and raising up the NOW generation, not the next generation! We take our job seriously and make sure that every kid has an amazing and memorable experience. Its called Kids Ministry, not child care, for a reason because they are learning about Jesus Christ in everything they do. We keep them entertained yes, but everything we do points them back to the Main thing, Jesus!  


But whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.

John 4:14 NIV


The River

(Birth – Pre K)

The age that most kids "believe" & “accept" Jesus

Three basic Truths for The River

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We have 4 classes that your child can go into based on their age. Birth - 18 Months, 19 Months - 2 Years, 3 Years and 4-5 Years. We use a curriculum that teaches the Main Truths above through a variety of activities, experiences, worship music, crafts, videos, games and snacks. Every month, we work on a new Bible memory verse.

Anyone who believes in me may come and drink! For the Scriptures declare, 'Rivers of living water will flow from his heart. 

John 7:38 NLT



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We firmly believe that its OK for kids to have a blast at church. We have a very upbeat and energetic worship time, video presentations, relevant teaching, small group time, group activities and a game room that is all designed to allow kids to learn about God in an exciting and relevant way. In The Treehouse we use a curriculum based off of Luke 2:52. Every month we talk about a new virtue, learn a Bible verse and discover something God wants to do in us to change the world around us.

(K – 5th)

The age that most kids get "rooted" in their faith & learn to trust God


Three Basic Truths for The Treehouse

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“They are like trees planted along the riverbank, bearing fruit each season. Their leaves never wither, and they prosper in all they do.”

— Psalms 1:3 NLT