We’re glad you are here! It is our desire as a ministry to partner with parents to help their children grow in a relationship with God and take next steps on their spiritual journey!

The purpose of our Children’s Ministry is to teach children the word of God, so that they may apply it to their lives in order to know Christ personally and trust Him in every circumstance.  We seek to guide children by mentoring them in a Christ-like manner in a safe and clean environment.  Background checks are performed on all adults working with children.

We believe that kids grow in their relationship with God when they grow in wisdom, faith, and friendship! Everything we do during all of our EBC experiences is focused on helping children grow in these areas!


Who: 0-24 months

When: 9:00 am Sunday mornings until adult worship concludes around 12:00

Where: Worship Center

What: We want to provide a clean, secure environment for your child so you can feel comfortable attending one of our Life Groups at 9:00 am and our Worship Service at 10:30 am.  There is also a glass cry room available in the rear corner of our Worship Center.  Please be considerate of others in the worship service and use one of these facilities should your child become a distraction during the service.


Who: Children 3-5 yrs. old

When: 9:00 am Sunday mornings until adult worship concludes around 12:00

Where: Children’s Building

What: Safari Kids involves a time similar to Sunday School followed by a time of play and worship.

Breakfast is served


Kid’s Sunday School

Who: Children 1st-6th grade

When: 9:00 am Sunday mornings

Where: Children’s Building

Breakfast is served


Kid’s Church ( 1st– 6th grade )

Who: Grades 1st-6th

When: 10:30 am Sunday mornings until adult worship concludes around 12:00

Where : Children’s Building

What: Kid’s Church is held at the same time as the adult Sunday morning worship service.  It is a time where children worship the Lord in song, have an opportunity to give an offering, and hear a message from God’s word.  After the message, the children will break up into small groups to discuss the message.