Children’s Ministry

Ministry Mission

Our mission: To help children discover and develop a living relationship with Jesus Christ by providing Christian education, spiritual guidance, and an understanding of the basic doctrine of our faith.  We will fulfill our mission by creating family ministries that promote parental and community involvement, encourage consistent communication, address challenging issues, and build Christian values so children “….will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.”  Isaiah 40:31  
Upcoming Events – Mark Your Calendars!
April 1:  VBS Registration will open for the church! Those that would like to volunteer can also submit their name and paperwork to Connie Klements or Nichole Hall
April 14: Palm Sunday Parade during both services; The children will wave 
                  palms and lead “Jesus” in a parade around the Sanctuary.
April 15: VBS Registration opens to the public
April 20:  Brunch and Build from 10-12pm in the Fellowship Hall; Registration 
                   will open online this week!
April 21:  Children will remain in service with their parents; Easter Egg Hunt will
                   begin at 10am on the soccer fields.
April 26-28:  Faith Warriors Retreat to Camp Glisson:  Facing Our Fears
May 8th:  Last day of Kingdom Kids and Faith Warriors:  Carnival Celebration!
August 14, 10a-3p: Women’s Fall Conference sponsored by Women’s and Children’s Ministries. Featuring Keynotes Speaker, Karen Stubbs. Registration opens in May. More info to come soon!

Children With Special Needs

We believe God has given us a wonderful and unique opportunity to support families by providing a safe, loving, Christ-focused program for special needs children while parent(s) and siblings attend worship, Sunday School, and serve at Hickory Flat Church.  

Child Safety

We put children first. We believe that a church should be a safe place for all children and youth. We have developed guidelines, policies, and procedures to reduce the risk of child abuse in our family of faith and for reporting and responding to an allegation of abuse. We have a Safe Sanctuary policy in place and all volunteers and staff who work with children submit to a background check.