Hello Families!

 At CWC we put a high priority on families worshipping together on Sunday mornings. We also understand that sometimes it can be a challenge to worship together as a family. Therefore, we believe that elementary aged kids (Grades 1st-5th) should experience part of the Gathering with you! 


So how does a typical Sunday morning look like? 

Elementary aged kids (Grades 1st-5th) will join the Gathering during praise &

worship and communion. This means that if you have an elementary aged child, you will get to

worship together as a family every week! Once communion has concluded a slide will be shown instructing all elementary aged kids to be dismissed to CWC Kids for a time of scripture teaching and small group discussion with Jesus loving adults.


What about babies and preschool aged children? 

Tot World (0 years of age-Kindergarten) is available for your little ones to attend on Sunday mornings while you worship.

Tot World opens at 10:15am on Sunday mornings! 


What if I’m a first-time visitor with Elementary aged Children? 

First of all, we are so grateful that you’re planning on visiting CWC and allowing the Family Ministry team to care for and tell your kids about Jesus! When your family arrives, a welcoming face will greet you and show you where you can go to fill out a new visitor card and check-in your kids. We understand that visiting a new place for the visit time can be intimidating and cause anxiety but our team will be there with you every step of the way!

When we dismiss the elementary aged kids from worship, feel free to walk your kids out and down to the kid’s area so you can check out the space. 

Practical Tips For At Home Family Worship

  • Find the best time: try different times of the day and see what works for your family. Every family is different
  • Meet at the same time: don’t be rigid, but do have a consistent and routine time so that your family will know it's time to gather. Put it on your schedule and set reminders

  • Meet in the same place: build consistency by meeting in the same space every time. 

  • Start Slow and Build: build a habit overtime. Don’t rush into this with zeal. Read a small portion of scripture, pray a short prayer, and listen to one worship song (or sing!) 

  • Brief is better: figure out the best length of time for your family. Quality time over quantity of time. The length of time of your family worship is not a commentary on your family’s maturity in faith. 

  • Prioritize: Don’t allow other activities to replace family worship. 

  • Flexibility is Key: there will be days when it just doesn’t work. Don’t feel defeated. If you need to change days, times, meeting spaces, do it. 

  • Model the right attitude

  • Find what works and stick to it!

Three Main Components of Family Worship

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