Every kid is made in the image of God, to LOVE God with all their heart, soul, and strength and to trust Jesus for a better future.
Before leaving Loxley Kids they should know these 3 core truths
- I can trust God no matter what.
- I need to make the wise choices.
- I should treat others the way I want to be treated.
Loxley Kids partners with parents to lead children into a growing relationship with God.
We want to see a generation of children come to know God at an early age. It is our mission to embrace (love), engage (lead), and affirm (live) each kid that walks through our doors. Here at Loxley Church we are committed to creating a fun and safe environment for kids to learn about the Bible and the love of Jesus through energetic worship music, interactive games, and friendly environments.”
(ages 6 weeks – 35 months) Loxley Kids believes in ministering to the needs of our young families by providing a safe and nurturing place that parents can bring their babies. Parents can rest assured that their babies are in a safe and loving environment. Our volunteers create an atmosphere that shares the love of Jesus Christ to our littlest members. Our Nursery is equipped with the newest and safest developmental equipment available. The Nursery is available during all regularly scheduled services.
(ages 3-pre K) We know that young children love to learn, which is why PreSchool provides learning experiences in a colorful and engaging atmosphere. Through illustrated Bible lessons, creative crafts, puppet skits and fun music, kids learn the truth of God’s Word in bite-size bits. Preschool services are available during all regularly scheduled services.
(ages K – 6th grade) Every kid is ready to interact and discover. Our services are designed to engage the heart and mind of children as we present the love of Jesus in a way that is exciting and makes sense to them. Every week they get to play games, experience dynamic worship, work on a Bible memory verse, learn an interesting object lesson, and receive prayer and make friends in a small group. We also give them a take-home devotional, which you can work through as a family during the week. When you engage the interest of children it provokes them to discover things about God personally.