Feature God in your Family
Here are some fun ways you can feature God in your family this week.
We know it will deepen your connection to one another and
change the way you and your kids see God.
Acts 2:42 (NIV)
They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.
During the week, the kids learn from God’s word in a whole group setting. Click the button below to access the lesson, videos, slides, and other useful resources to amplify the truth and power of God’s word.
What is the Holy Spirit doing in me?
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Who can volunteer?
We welcome everyone no matter the experience or background. We accept anyone who has a heart to serve and is over the age of 18.
How do I become a FLCKids volunteer?
Click the button below to complete a preference form that lets us know where, when, and how you would like to serve the kids of FLC.
Do you require a background check?
Yes. All of our volunteers are asked to complete a background check for the safety of our kids. This is at no cost to the volunteers and requires completion of just a few questions.
Where can I serve?
We have several opportunities available for all ages. We require 2 volunteers in each room. We have a small group room for infants, toddlers (2-3 year olds), pre-school (4-5 year olds), K-3rd grade, and 4th-5th grade. We also love when we have teachers who love teaching whole group when all kids are gathered prior to small group. Each service has a Service Manager that oversees the facilitation and safety of the children. Finally, we love any help with curriculum, worship, arts and crafts, play, and event planning. Come join us!
When do you serve?
You can serve once a month to 3-4 times a month. It all depends on your schedule and availability. Volunteers are to attend a service and are not asked to serve both Saturday and Sunday. We ask that all volunteers come ready to serve 30 minutes prior to service on Saturday or Sunday. The first weekend of the month is currently Family Service and no volunteers are required due to families worshipping together in “big church”.