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We’d love for you to join us during one of our on campus weekend services! We have services for kids, birth through fifth grade, at 9am & 11am on Sunday mornings.
Looking for RPK Volunteer info? Scroll to the bottom of this page and click “apply now.”
Planning to check out Rocky Peak for the first time, or bringing a first-time-guest? Pre-register for RPK at the link below.
Our next RPK Live is one your family won’t want to miss. We will be diving into the theme of God’s plan for our families, as well as hosting an interactive Bible Experience. Through special age-appropriate activities, like a petting zoo, dressed-up characters from the Bible, family Scripture time, and worship, your family will leave with tools for spiritual conversations on the car ride home and around the dinner table. The fun starts at 5:30pm with a Patio Pre-Party Bible Experience, and then an indoor program at 6:30pm. Light refreshments will be available, but we also encourage families to make an evening of it by bringing their dinner to enjoy on the patio. Help us plan for your family by RSVPing online!
Looking for more ways to learn about biblical parenting and partnering in your child's growing faith? Check out our resources for each stage of their faith journey below!
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Many believers make the decision to follow Jesus as a child or teenager. That is why so many of our weekend service baptisms feature kids following Jesus in this important step of faith. We want every child being baptized to truly understand their decision to follow Jesus and to be baptized. To ensure kids are ready for baptism and to help families lead their kids in their spiritual journey, we ask that after expressing interest a child participates in a scheduled baptism interview with an RPK team member. We LOVE seeing kids taking this big step in their faith and we look forward to celebrating your child’s baptism with you!
How old does my child need to be? Every child is unique and may come to understand the Gospel at different ages. Although we are open to exceptions, we generally offer baptism classes for kids 8 years of age and older.
How do I know if my child is ready? That’s a great question and this is precisely why we offer a Baptism interview. Knowing if your child is ready should be clear after the interview. Our salvation guide for families will help you start the conversation with simple and meaningful basics about Jesus and faith.
How do I schedule a Baptism Interview? Email email@example.com to be put on a contact list to receive updates and the most current baptism dates. Your information will be sent to RPK and a member of the team will reach out to you to schedule an interview.
Questions or need more info? Please reach out to our Elementary Coordinator Amanda McDaniel at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect. We are excited to partner with your family in your child’s faith milestones!
One of the best ways to prioritize faith for your child is through Child Dedication. Child Dedication is actually the first major faith milestone for kids at Rocky Peak and it gives parents the opportunity to pause and intentionally prioritize some things in regard to their kids. For parents to have a full understanding and context regarding the important role they play within the dedication, parents are required to complete an online registration form and attend a dedication orientation before signing up for an upcoming Dedication Celebration.
Is this the same thing as baptism? The Church at Rocky Peak does not offer infant baptism as we believe that a child must be old enough to understand what it means to put his/her faith in Christ before he/she can be baptized.
How young does my child need to be? We usually dedicate children who are three years old or younger. However, we often have unique circumstances where a parent wants to dedicate older children to the Lord. Ultimately, Child Dedication has a major emphasis on a parent’s commitment to spiritually leading their children, regardless of their age.
Who needs to attend the class? We offer 2 to 3 Orientations a year that are scheduled before Child Dedications to give parents a few options. We ask that both parents attend the class. Your child does not need to attend.
What if I have attended the orientation before? We have recently revamped our Child Dedication Orientation, so even if you have attended a Child Dedication Class for a previous child, at this point we are asking that each family attend our updated Orientation.
Can friends/family participate? Yes! We believe that Child Dedication is best experienced surrounded by a circle of friends and family who will support you and your child in the coming years.
How do I register for Child Dedication? Register for the orientation by clicking the link on our Rocky Peak Kids page or by emailing us at email@example.com and we’ll send you the link to sign up.
Questions or need more info? Please reach out to our RPK Jr. Coordinator Kellie Ann Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect. We are excited to partner with your family as your child takes this next step of faith.
Our goal for our Kids Ministry is to raise up a movement of young, passionate Christ-followers by teaching them what it means to follow Jesus. By attending our weekend services, special events, and camps, your child will learn about Jesus and know that they are loved by Him!
Our goal for this age group is to provide a safe environment where our little ones are loved and prayed for. We also begin teaching them about God and how much they are loved by Him.
Each child in this age group will begin the service in a room specific to their age. They will spend the first part of service enjoying a time of open play. Our volunteers will spend intentional time with them, getting to know them, and modeling Christ’s love for them. Then, all of our 3’s through Kinder kids will come together for our large group time with a live worship leader and a lesson taught by one of our amazing storytellers. Afterwards, they will return to their room for their small groups where they will discuss the lesson with their leaders and peers. In addition, they will also complete arts and crafts that pertain to the lesson.
This group starts in their grade specific rooms where they engage with their small groups and get prepared for the lesson of the week. Then they travel together by grade to our program room for a time of worship and large group teaching. Here they are taught a biblically based lesson where the Word of God comes to life in a way they can understand. Afterwards, each grade goes back to their designated room where they break off into small groups. Their leaders will guide them in a time of prayer, discussion, and activities based on the lesson. This is where our kids can ask questions and grow in their understanding of the Word. It is also where they will build strong relationships with their friends and leaders.
Hey families! RPK is proud to present an online version of our services for your kids to enjoy during these challenging times. In this video, Scott Kim explains how to access and participate in our online services. Whether your family chooses to participate online or in-person, we want to continue to provide ways for our Rocky Peak parents to raise young, passionate Christ-followers.
Sundays at 9am & 11am
Rocky Peak Kids Director
It takes hundreds of adult and teen volunteers to serve our children at RPK every weekend. Here at RPK we go beyond caring for kids – we minister to them weekly and help their development as young, passionate Christ-followers. Please consider being one of the many volunteers that help make this happen. Most volunteers serve at one service, every other week. If you are interested and would like more information, please email us or fill out our application below.