Due to Covid-19 precautions, CP Kids will be ONLINE ONLY until further notice. Please stay connected with us on FaceBook and Instagram

The children’s ministry at CenterPointe is a vibrant, growing ministry. The goal is to enable kids to know God and to reach their God-given potential. Every week, in different settings, they come together for fun, for worship, and to grow in God. Sunday Mornings Nursery

Our nursery cares for children up to 2 years of age. This fully-remodeled room is a safe place for your children. They will be cared for, cuddled, and every child will be changed before parents pick them up. More importantly, there will be prayers for every child by the time their parents return for them.

Toddlers This group is for children up to 5 years old. Every parent who has a toddler knows these are active years. CP teachers are up and trained for the job. Toddlers have a lot of play time but also a small group time with their teacher. In addition toddlers have their own short worship experience, in a room designed especially for them. 

Kid’s Church
The Kid’s Church is for the older children. This state-of-the-art room engages the senses. Using lighting, video and interactive teaching, children are encouraged to worship God and learn what it means to follow Christ. This is a fun and exciting environment with relevant and challenging teachings.
Wacky Wednesday
Due to Covid-19 precautions, CP Kids will be ONLINE ONLY until further notice.

Wednesday night is another time CP Kids come together. This high-energy experience lasts for 1 1/2 hours and includes games, small group time, large group worship and teaching, and of course food. Kids love it and parents do too-they get a night off! 6:30-8PM


Our Family Ministries Pastor, Stephen Miller, offers discipleship groups to interested kids. These kids are typically older and interested in taking their faith to the next level.

Family Assistance The children’s ministry is here to serve the entire family. To that end, throughout the year parenting classes are offered, family counseling is available, and various support networks are in place.