We partner with parents to help children know God’s love.

We want to make it easy for you to get connected and stay in the loop with us so you can get back to what matters most: your kids! Below you’ll find our social media, any upcoming events, weekly at-home activites, and even how to get connected to volunteer with us.

About Us

J’Seekers is a childrens ministry for birth through 5th grade. We use Orange curriculum which emphasises partnering with parents to have the biggest impact and engaging the phase kids are in so they get the most our of the lessons.

J’Seekers meets during both services, 9:00 am and 10:45 am on Sundays.

Let’s Be Friends

Click below to follow us on Instagram or join our parent groups on Facebook. You can also email one of our staff at with any questions. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Grow At Home

Missed church this weekend? Wanting to keep the learning going throughout the week? No problem! We use Orange curriculum at J’Seekers and they’ve made it easy for you to do church from home. 

Click the button below to get to Orange’s Parent Cue YouTube channel where you’ll find this week’s story along with a worship experience for preschool, elementary (K-3rd), and preteen (4th and 5th).

Gospel Message

If your child has started to ask about what it means to have Jesus as their savior, here is the spot to start. At J’Seekers we call this “Forever Friend.” Click the link below for a video, coloring pages, and an easy plan on how to walk your child through this decision.

Weekly Activities

Orange’s Parent Cue website also has weekly activities and devotionals on their website. Follow the link below and scroll down to find activities and devotionals to do at home that go with our weekly lessons.


Whether you’ve served in the past or are new to children’s ministry, we’ve got a spot for you. We’ve got plenty of opportunities from check-in, to nursery and preschool, to elementary small and large group, and even more! Fill out the form below to get started and join our volunteer Facebook group.

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