On Sunday mornings during the Sunday School hour, children ages 2 through 6th grade are taught with a curriculum called Generations of Grace.
On Sunday nights at 6:00 PM we use a curriculum called Children Desiring God. The children receive and are taught the new memory passage for the week. Once a quarter we have a game night! On game night, children are rewarded for faithfulness in attendance, bringing their Bible, and Scripture memory.
The Foundation for Children’s Christian Education
The biblical education of children within the church is an important matter. For children to understand the Bible and understand the message of salvation, a proper foundation must exist. It is our conviction that there must be three foundational items to undergird children’s Christian Education.
1) The Bible as the core of the curriculum –
a. The Bible is God’s revelation of himself and is divinely inspired by the Holy Spirit. (2 Timothy 3:16). We do not need to seek knowledge about God from any other source
b. It is the means the Holy Spirit uses to bring salvation to sinful man. (1Peter 1:23)
c. It is the means by which regenerate people grow and mature. (1Peter 2:2)
2) Teachers must be regenerate –
a. A teacher must be saved in order to righty understand and communicate the truth of God’s word. This is impossible for an unsaved individual. (1Corinthians 2:14)
b. Only a saved teacher can be an example to others of godly living. (1Timothy 4:12)
3) Dependence upon the Holy Spirit –
a. The Holy Spirit is at work in the salvation of man (Titus 3:5)
b. The Holy Spirit enlightens the mind to truth (John 16:13)
At Cornerstone Bible Church it is our goal to use only Biblically centered curriculum for our children (or the Bible itself), taught by growing believing teachers. As these teachers who enjoy working with children faithfully sow biblical truth into their classes, we trust the Holy Spirit will work in His way and His time in the lives of individual children.
Just as we are concerned with what is being taught to your children, we also regard their safety as a high priority. Please see our Children's Ministry Handbook for safety policies and procedures.