Kids Ministry at The Heights
The Heights Kids Ministry is specifically designed to engage your children from 6 weeks old to 6th Grade. We believe that God moves in all ages, and that He desires for all ages to know Him and know that they are loved by Him. Jesus was very specific in instructing the disciples to let the little children cum to Him and so we help guide them to a closer walk with their Savior. Heights Kids meets Sunday Mornings during every service as well as Wednesday nights.
Nursery | Ages 6 wks to 5 yrs
Our infants and toddlers learn that they are a part of God’s family and He loves them. They begin a basic understanding that the Bible is God’s book and we should trust what it says. They learn that they can connect with God through prayer, worship, and the Bible.
Heights Kids | Grades K – 1st | Cleburne Campus
As kids come through the K1 class they will leave recognizing Jesus as God. They will realize that God has created us all for a purpose, and they will connect to leaders on a personal level, teaching the importance of hiding God’s word in our heart by encouraging and rewarding scripture memorizaation.
Grades 2nd – 4th | Cleburne Campus
Grades 1st – 4th | Burleson Campus
They will learn that God has sent Jesus to show us how to live, that Jesus died to make us right with God, and recognize Jesus as a part of the Trinity. They will expect that God is always bigger than we can comprehend, learn to put others ahead of themselves. We continue to reinforce the importance of hiding God’s word in your heart by encouraging and rewarding scripture memorization. The children will learn the books of the Bible and begin to consider the decision to give their lives to Christ.
Heights Kids | Grades 5th – 6th
This class focuses on building the kids’ knowledge of Bible stories and characters in order to reinforce topics of faith, miracles, God’s armor, the Holy Spirit, Salvation, and more. They also commit to monthly scripture memorization and we encourage them to know the books of the Bible. It connects to kids at church as spiritual peers, and they consider the decision to be baptized.