Back to School Family Movie Night
Friday, August 25 at 7pm, the movie starts at dusk
We are closing out the summer with an outdoor family movie night. Join us for an evening of family fun as we watch The Secret Life of Pets (PG). Bring a picnic dinner, blankets and lawn chairs. We will provide the snacks and movie!
Waterstone Kids provides dynamic programming for kids during our weekend services. We offer age-aligned, Biblically based teaching in creative and experiential ways that engage kids. We welcome all kids to come and enjoy the adventure as we journey through God’s Big Story!
Read about our age-specific ministries below, put our upcoming events in your calendar, like us on Facebook and get involved!
- New to Waterstone? We want to help make your first visit as easy and as fun as possible. Click here to learn what you need to know for your first visit.
- We offer a limited program for children with special needs. Please contact Sarah Lloyd prior to your first visit so we can determine how best to meet the needs of your child and integrate them into our program.
- Interested in volunteering with kids? We have several ways you can make a difference. Click here to find out more.
- Interested in dedicating your child? Click here to learn about our Parent-Child Dedications.
We offer a Saturday evening service at 5:30pm. This service provides families with the opportunity to worship together. Nursery age kids will go directly to the classroom. Kids 3 years old through 4th grade will go to the classrooms after worship to have a Bible story presentation that includes life application activities. It will be the same story as the Sunday morning programming but other activities will be adjusted to fit the shorter time frame.
Young children are busy forming their first impressions about everything, including God. Creating positive first experiences to nurture their souls. Read more
Teaching children at this explorative age that God created them in their own unique way and that they are very loved! Read more
Transforming children using dynamic worship and a combination of large and small group experience to discuss questions about faith, God, and other big questions.
Connecting 5th and 6th graders to God through worship, prayer, and His Word, to each other through small groups and fun activities, and to the community and world through service opportunities. Read more