Living Spring Children’s Ministries provides care and teaching for children aged birth through sixth grade on Sunday mornings in the Children's Wing.
To foster within each child the desire to love and glorify God and enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We strive to promote Christ-centered spiritual formation in our children, encourage parents in their role as primary discipleship leaders of their children, and teach the Word of God in a safe and compassionate environment.
> To provide a safe, secure and loving environment in which children can participate and where parents feel comfortable leaving their children.
> To help children feel a warm sense of belonging to their church family and to ensure each child feels welcomed and wanted.
> For each child to know that God is real and that a personal relationship with Him gives meaning to life.
> To aid each child in accepting Jesus Christ and developing a personal relationship with Him.
> To help each child commit to a lifestyle that is built on his/her relationship with Jesus Christ.
> To help each child understand that God’s Word, the Bible, is relevant, and growth in Bible knowledge results in positive changes in attitudes, actions and lifestyle.
> To help the child grow in his/her relationships with other believers.
> To equip children with the confidence and tools needed to witness and lead others to Jesus Christ.
> To provide children the opportunity and direction to participate in ministry.
> To support families in their responsibility for the spiritual nurturing and growth of their child.
> To support and compliment other ministries of Living Spring Church.
Living Spring Children's Ministry is led by Chelsea Zerwekh. When Chelsea isn't planning lessons and crafts for our LS kids, she works as an Intensive Behavioral Therapist for the Garden Grove School District. She has an extensive background working with children of all ages who have special needs and behaviors. She and her husband Justin live with their cats and chickens nearby in Anaheim.
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“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” -Proverbs 22:6