Families play a huge role in raising up children to have a real and meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ. The family is the place where daily patterns are learned, and where faith comes alive. Parenting can however be fraught with twists and turns; with the unexpected and the frightening.
At Kortright we promise to walk beside you as a church community as you raise your child or children. Quarterly, we offer luncheons with an opportunity to explore various aspects of parenting, including faith development. This gives parents a chance to meet, support, challenge and connect with each other in a safe non-judgmental environment.
We are also always here to talk and pray with you about concerns and struggles and rejoice with you during times of celebration.
We are here to support families by building community for children and youth from birth to high school. Through Sunday school, summer programs, mid-week Junior and Senior youth programs, retreats, intentional mentoring, and leadership training, the important business of building relationships, modeling Christian leadership, and loving your kid(s) happens.
We hope you and your family find KPC a place where you feel accepted, supported, and comfortable to explore and grow in your faith.
Our nursery care is available for children aged 0-3 during our 10:15 Sunday service. For more information, see our Children’s Page.
Starting April 3, 2022, our Sunday School will return in person for children ages 4-12. We encourage families with children to start the service together in the main sanctuary for our musical worship, whereafter there will be a slide to cue children and leaders to move to the East Pod for their classrooms. More information about our Sunday School programs can be found on our Children’s Page.
Junior & Senior Youth
We have small groups that meet weekly and socially distanced in-person gatherings once a month. Check out the Youth Page for full details and to register.
Children are a valuable part of our church family, and need an opportunity to learn how to worship. This involves learning to settle their spirits in God’s presence (Psalm 131).
Periodically – once we begin meeting in person – a worship service is designated as a Family Sunday, where children 3 and up can join the adults in worship in the sanctuary. Read more about Worshipping with Children.
For more information about Family Ministries, please contact email@example.com.