Kidz4Jesus Preschool Ministry
Children aged birth through 5 years are offered safe, loving care in our Kidz4Jesus Preschool Department. Babies through 12 months have their first church experience in "Meeting Jesus". 12-24 month-old children in our Toddler Room learn about "Knowing Jesus". 2's & 3's move on to "Loving Jesus", and 4's & 5's learn discipleship and "Following Jesus". We have a secure and safe system to keep track of each child and their parents.
Kids Power Hour
Students in 1st-5th grades participate in this worship time geared especially for them. Kids Power Hour begins at 10:30 am immediately following Sunday School and concludes at the same time as our second worship service. Lessons, music, games, scripture memory, communion, prayer, service and activities make this worship experience both fun and meaningful.
242 groups for Kindergarten through college age students meet twice each month, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.. Study, prayer, games, snacks, accountability, fellowship and discipleship are all part of 242 group. Students are encouraged to bring their friends!
Children and students in Kindergarten through High School attend classes which correspond to their grade in school. These classes meet at 9:30 a.m..
September through March, families in our community are invited to enroll their 3-, 4-, and 5-year old children in Thursday School. This program meets on Thursday mornings only, and provides Biblical teaching, music, physical development, games, snack time and many learning opportunities for children. Contact our office, 419.868.7700, for more information.
Lake James Christian Assembly in Angola, IN offers camp experiences for students of all ages. Students can register online and choose the camp they wish to attend.
Health Standards, Children & Church
We take great care to keep our building clean, especially in the preschool and nursery areas. Toys are washed, counters and surfaces disinfected, and restrooms cleaned regularly. Our volunteers wash and sanitize their hands at each diaper change. There is a first-aid kit at hand in each of our preschool classrooms.
In order to protect all of the children we serve, we will not accept a child into a preschool classroom that is obviously ill, or has a fever, runny nose, or a rash.
Children in our infant, toddler and preschool areas are checked in with a tag system. Children are only released from our care to an adult with the correct check-in card for that child.