Elementary Ministry

It is our desire to continue providing a safe, caring, Christian environment for children to experience God’s love and to grow in their faith. Our programs, such as Sunday School, Children’s Church, Awana, Vacation Bible School (Summer) and Winter Camp are led by qualified people who love the Lord and seek to help children on their faith journey.

Our Prayer – is that every child attending any of our ministries will know how special they are by providing a safe, caring, Christian environment.

Our Hope – is that each child will experience God’s love and the value He places on them.

Our Mission – is to share with them Biblical truths through God’s Word and to teach them how to apply those truths to their lives.

Breakfast Club
Sundays 8:30 am

Cornerstone House

Bible Classes
Sundays 9:30 & 11:00 am

Cornerstone House

Vacation Bible School
June 25-29, 2018

9 am to Noon
Ages 4 yrs to 5th Grade

Wednesday 6:25 pm

Worship Center
Awana is a weekly program that introduces children to Christ and builds a biblical foundation for their faith.  It helps the church and parents raise children and youth to know, love and serve Christ! 

What Awana is All About
Fully integrated programs for ages 3 to 6th grade
The best evangelism tools to reach unsaved children, youth and families
Teaching that builds an enduring biblical faith
Resources that bring parents together to disciple the next generation
Initial and ongoing volunteer training
Healthy mentor and peer relationships
Dynamic fun for children and adults alike!

Awana Registration

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Contact Us with questions

Savannah Cariaga

Elementary Ministry Director

Savannah graduated from Biola University, receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Ministries with an emphasis in Children’s Ministry, as well as a minor in Bible and Theology. She is married to Steven, a data analyst at APU, and together they enjoy being outdoors and watching videos of cute animals. On her days off you can find Savannah at Disneyland, a coffee shop, Chick-fil-A, or dreaming about the day she gets to own a pug.



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