Logos is a ministry by and for families with children. Logos has 4 Key Components:

Logos is an outworking of Acts 2:42–the church “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and prayer.”  Four elements are described:  a meal, worship, instruction, and fellowship.

Logos centers around a meal served by church members.  The kids eat at small tables with older church members, who serve as mentors and friends to the children throughout the year.  The goal is to form lasting relationships that will give the children a strong connection to the church.

After dinner, kids are dismissed to bible study where they learn about the bible at an age appropriate level.

In worship skills, which takes place right before dinner, the pastor and his wife lead the children not only in song, but also in an appreciation for worship itself. New songs and hymns are introduced here, along with songs that will be sung in Sunday worship. The children are also taught the meaning of different aspects of the Sunday worship service.

Games and crafts help round out Logos.  What children’s program is complete without them?!


The Logos ministry is intergenerational in focus.  That means it is designed to connect younger children with older members of the church and vice versa.  The goal is to form long-term relationships that will help the children make the life of the church a natural and meaningful part of their lives.  Logos runs from September through the end of March on Wednesday nights from 4:00 – 6:20 p.m.