The Gospel Project is a curriculum used from Nursery through Preschool, Kindergarten through Fifth Grade, and Junior High through High School.  It is even offered in several adult Sunday School classes, which results in the Bible being brought to life throughout the week at home, within the context of family, rather than just once on a Sunday morning.

The Gospel Project for Kids is a three year curriculum that takes kids chronologically through the Grand Story of Scripture.  It teaches that the Bible is one Big (TRUE!) Story about God’s character, His great love for His people, and His sovereign rescue plan to save His people from the ultimate punishment that our sins deserve.

Our NorthRidge Children’s Ministries volunteers are dedicated to Christ, as well to loving children and teaching them the Word.  They give of their time week in and week out to “Reach and Equip Children and Families for Christ”!  Rachel Richardson serves as the Children's Ministry Director and is happy to address any questions or concerns you might have.

Click HERE for volunteer form. Bring it to the church office or email it to Rachel.
Click HERE for The Gospel Project Big Picture Questions and Answers.

Click HERE for our Safety Plan Documents - Elementary-Aged Kids

Click HERE for our Safety Plan Videos


Vacation Bible School 2019 - 'In The Wild'

Gas up the all-terrain vehicle and head out on a wilderness adventure like no other. Get up close and personal with elephants and egrets, polar bears and penguins, cockatoos and crocodiles, and so much more! This summer kids will focus in on some amazing, real-life encounters with Jesus and discover the most amazing truth of all—Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the Son of God, and by believing we can have life in His name. Each day kids will make crafts, play fun games, enjoy tasty snacks, sing cool songs, and learn about missions.

NorthRidge Sabetha VBS will be held June 3rd-7th, 2019 from 8:30-11:30 AM for children entering kindergarten through entering fifth grade. Register HERE!

Click here to learn more about this year's theme and content.