At ACF, we believe children are a gift from God, and we are dedicated to teaching them to fly high for Jesus. Children’s Sunday morning programming is available at 9:15 and 10:30 am for birth through sixth grade. We offer Children’s Church for babies through 4th grade, and we host the TWEEN SCENE for our 5th and 6th-grade crowd!
Aviators also fly high during the week with AWANA, Upward Sports, Trail Life USA, American Heritage Girls, and First Flight Preschool, at special events throughout the year, and summer activities such as Vacation Bible School and camps.
- Birth through 4th grade in the ACF Kids Building foyer, children can go to their rooms after parents check them in
- 4th Grade checks in at the ACF Kids Building foyer and then go to Building 10 for small groupThis can also be added to the Classes (Airport Posts)
- 5th-6th first time in the ACF Kids Building foyer and a guide will take them to the Tween Room
- 5th-6th grade after the first time can go directly to the Tween Room
Birth through 6th grade are picked up directly from their classrooms
The Flight Plan
Alliance Aviators begin with arrival activities. Younger fliers have some play time or do a simple craft. Older fliers solve word puzzles, have craft time, and enjoy high energy music. Worship music is contemporary praise music with movements that are engaging, fun, and allow the children to worship Christ expressively. Scripture memory is an emphasis each week during arrival and small group times. Lessons are pulled straight from the Bible and offer age-appropriate life lessons.
All located in the ACF Kids Building.
Tween Scene meets in Bldg 11, the last portable building on the right side.
We have an awesome team of dedicated volunteers, adults and youth, that work together at ACF to help create a fun, safe and inviting atmosphere for our children.
Their goal is to worship with and teach your children, while building relationships with each student. These volunteers will help break down the large group lesson in their small group time and really focus on what Jesus is saying to them and how to apply these Bible principles to their own lives. All volunteers are partners of ACF and have undergone appropriate background checks.
How will you contact me if my child needs me?
If your child becomes inconsolable or unwell, we will send you a text message with the number you provided for us.
How does ACF Aviators keep parents involved in their child’s experience at church?
Each week when you pick up your child, your child’s teacher will hand you a parent take home page. This page has a summary of what your child learned during the worship service, as well as some ideas for how to incorporate that week’s lesson into your child’s life. We believe the best way for parents to be involved in what their child is learning is to become a part of the team that teaches that child. Each week, volunteers do everything from greeting families to teaching and leading kids during praise and worship.
How can I volunteer in ACF Aviators?
There are many positions available where you can serve. These include greeting families, large group leaders, drama team, worship team, small group leaders, as well as administrative duties to prepare for Sundays. For more information on how you can be involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the check-in desk in the ACF Kids Building.