Partnering with parents to instill Biblical values into the hearts of children as a foundation for a personal, growing relationship with Jesus Christ.   

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a Sunday morning look like?

As a first-time guest, please allow yourself additional time before Bible study starts to get your children to their classrooms.  Make your way to our Children's Check-in area and one of our volunteers at our Welcome Desk will help register your family in our system.  We use an online attendance check-in system that provides you with a children's ticket with your child’s name on it and a guardian ticket.  Your child keeps their ticket and you use the guardian tag to pick your child up from the classroom. 

What curriculum is used in Bible Study?

The Gospel Project is used in our bible study teaching times.  Gospel Project is in chronological order that takes us through the bible over a three-year span.

What is the process to volunteer in the Children's Ministry? 

If God has called you, we want to talk more with you about your desires and gifts.  Someone on staff will contact you to visit with you about the ministry.  All volunteers must complete our Child Protection Training before volunteering in any area of children and youth ministry.  The steps include the following:

  1. Interview with person
  2. Background check
  3. CPP paperwork
  4. CPP online training

Upcoming Events


Children's Choir

This choir is for children who are in or are going into K through the 5th grade.  

Rehearsals take place each Sunday evening from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in C210, located upstairs.

The choir involves musical training, singing, scripture memory, games, skits, crafts, and more! Your child will have a blast making music to our amazing Lord!  Contact Corey Ash for more information! 

Children's Choir Listening Tracks

OT Motions

Camp Crestview

One of our largest community impact ministries here at Crestview happens every summer and for over 20 years, we have had the opportunity and privilege to share Jesus with the children who attend Camp Crestview.  Each year we have students from kindergarten through 6th grade fill our hall and our hearts.   This week-long, all-day camp hosts over 600 children and over 250 volunteers.  The days are full of bible lessons, missionary stories, crafts, recreation, music, special guests, and more.  Watch our church communications in late winter/early spring for camp dates and how you can volunteer and serve! 

Parent Resources

At Crestview, we desire to guide future generations to follow Jesus and be the church while equipping parents to provide vibrant family discipleship as they raise their children. 

7 prayers to pray for your child


The Gospel in one verse