Ministries for Children

While all the children’s ministries are optional, some older children choose to participate in the Worship Service rather than leave to attend Sunday School.

To ensure the safety of your children, all Wolf Creek Ministries are required to comply with the Approved Safe Church Policy; this means all staff and volunteers over the age of 12 who work with or have access to minors or vulnerable persons are regularly screened and must undergo and submit a Criminal Record Check to the church office. All records are kept confidential by the Safe Church Coordinator.

Nursery (0 - 3 years)
While parents attend workshop service, your little ones are supervised by caring and qualified members of our church. In the nursery, babies and toddlers are entertained and feel safe and secure. At Wolf Creek Community Church, we are committed to sharing our love of God and service to God's children.


Pre-School Sunday School (3 - 5 years)
Pre-school Sunday School is offered year-round during the Sunday morning worship service to all children who are 3 years old to kindergarten age. In Sunday School, the children learn songs, do simple crafts, and are taught Bible stories that unfold the basic truths of scripture, showing God’s incredible love for them.


Children and Worship (Grades 1 - 3)
In order to help a child understand the many aspects and purpose of worship service, the Children and Worship ministry walks your children through Bible stories that illustrate the significance of different ways we worship God. Storytelling and visual aids engage the children as they learn the importance of the church seasons, such as Advent, Lent and Easter. Children and Worship is offered to children in grades 1 to 3. This ministry is held on Sunday mornings from September to May. 


Sunday School (Grades 4 - 6)
Sunday School is offered during the Sunday Morning service at different times during the year. Sunday School is intended for children in grades 4 to 6. An interactive approach is used to engage your children while they learn. With the older children, more focus is put on fostering conversations and discussions about faith and related topics.