Epic Life’s Children & Youth ministry is designed to teach toddlers, children, and youth about
Jesus in age-appropriate ways.
Sunday Morning Children’s Service
During Sunday morning service, we have a few options available for children. Every classroom aims to meet specific needs to the age group.
Infants – Our infant room is staffed by caring and gentle volunteers who enjoy playing, singing, and taking care of our littlest members. We provide snack and play time. We love watching these little ones practice smiling, sitting, and learning to toddle.
Toddlers – In our toddler room you can expect lots of wild fun! Your child will get to play and be cared for by our friendly and kid-loving volunteers. We provide snack time, a bible story and craft. Each month we focus on one bible story that are reinforced by craft/activity. We look forward to having your child visit our room and see what all the squeals and laughter are about!
Children – This class is built to have kids play together and learn together. Each month follows a specific theme that is taught all month long. Students ages 8-13 are encouraged to help in this class to help mentor younger students. Sign in sheet is located in the back of the auditorium.
Youth Group (Grades 6-12)
The Epic Life Youth Ministry meets to bring the youth of North Seattle an opportunity to encounter and find an epic life in Jesus. We hope to provide a place of fellowship and growth where we can connect with God, with each other, and with the community.
Currently, the youth group meets Sunday nights from 6-7:30 at the AXIS building. We share a snack, play a game together, hear from a teacher – and soon hope to start small groups within youth group.
In the past we’ve been able to go to WinterJam together, have family play days, a Nerf Day at the park, as well as backyard weekend retreats.
Are you a parent looking for more information? Looking to volunteer? Want to know how you can pray for the group?
For more information on our Children’s Service or Youth Group please contact our Youth Pastor, Hector, in the form below: