Thanks for taking time to have a peak as to where, when and how we care for your children.
When you arrive at the GCF Vineyard lobby (just outside the Worship Center), you will quickly see the NextGen Kidz information and check-in station. We are there to help you register your child(ren), get them signed in, and answer any questions you may have.
We request all new families complete a short registration form, with special attention to any allergies your child(ren) may have.
Our pager system: Any children new to NextGen Kidz and all children ages infant through Kindergarten must sign in and receive a pager. We use pagers as an easy way for us to notify parents in the event we need them during the service. It, also, serves as our security system. The pager must be returned to the teacher or the nursery team when picking up your child(ren). The parent picking up children must have the pager with them. If picking up multiple children, you will need to show the pager to the teacher. The pager should be returned to the teacher at the last pick-up.
We embrace the opportunity to help lay a foundation for children to grow in their relationship with Jesus. Through teaching God’s Word and a variety of activities, we want to help kids discover and develop in their role in the Kingdom of God.
NextGen Kidz provides an engaging program tailored for kids of all ages.
Nursery: Infant – 2 year olds
ToddlerZone: 2 & 3 year olds
PreKidZone: Pre-K and K
KidZone: Grades 1 – 5
While nursery begins just prior to service, ToddlerZone, PreKidZone and KidZone children begin the evening worshipping with their parents in the Worship Center and are dismissed to their classes during the service
Scripture shows us children were important to Jesus and he lovingly cared for them; likewise, they are important to our GCF Vineyard family and we love each one.
Are you looking to get a little more involved and connected? Well, Community Groups are your next step! The church is more than a building or even just a Sunday morning gathering. It’s a community of people who share in a life of experiencing and following Jesus.
We want everyone to feel like they are seen and belong and so we break it down! Our community groups are spaces where we can be real and authentic in sharing life’s joys and struggles. We meet to support, encourage and even hold each other accountable to the work God is doing in each of our lives. Basically, we do life together. Community Groups meet weekly and range from 10-15 people.
The goal of GCF’s college ministry is to welcome students into the life of our faith family by sharing in worship, discipleship, and ministry and outreach opportunities. We want to share the journey each student is on as God prepares them to be missionaries and ambassadors for His kingdom throughout the earth.