Our Mission of Children's Ministry

Children's Ministries exists to fulfill the vision of Valley Presbyterian Church by partnering with parents to make disciples of our Covenant children by Following Christ Together.

    Nurture in children a love of Jesus Christ
    Deepen their reliance on the gospel of peace
    Cultivate a life of joyful worship and witness

Gospel-centered teaching
    Gospel-centered community
    Gospel-centered service

    We're so glad you'll be worshiping with us!

Tammy Hall

Director of Children's Ministries
Kids' Praise Time

As teachers are getting ready and parents are fellowshiping before their classes, the kids get to meet in the Fellowship Hall for Kids' Praise Time. We learn the books of the bible and enjoy time together singing praise to our Lord.

Children's Sunday Community Classes
Children meet in their Sunday Community Classrooms with their friends and teachers. Our teachers are dedicated and caring people who are excited to lead the children through God's Word, showing them Jesus every step of the way.
The four Children's Ministry classrooms are on the second floor off of the Fellowship Hall, two on each side. The Pre-K & Kindergarten and the 1st & 2nd Grade classes are above the Nursery. The 3rd & 4th Grade and the 5th Grade classes are above the parking lot enterance and kitchen.


Pre-K & Kindergarten 1st & 2nd Grade
Children's Worship

Children ages are Pre-K through 1st grade are invited after the Song of Praise to join us for Children's Worship.

Check-in children at kiosks in the Fellowship Hall for a name tag. Place the name tag on the front of your child so leaders can read it.

Children will line up at the bottom of the stairs on the far side of the Fellowship Hall, where the leaders will greet them and finish signing them in.  They will use the classrooms above the Nursery for their worship time.

Please go over the schedule so children will know what to expect. 

Helpful Hints:
1.  Take your child to the bathroom BEFORE Children’s Worship
2.  Send offering money for Huntsville Resources Pregnancy Center
3.  Encourage the use of the Children's Bulletin and send it to CW with them


Worship is for all ages and is one of the few things God’s people will do in both this life and the life to come. The eternal nature of worship makes learning these skills of utmost importance. So how do we teach a child to worship? We use the Teach Me to Worship curriculum. This curriculum introduces the common elements of worship that the universal church has used throughout the ages, and we hope to provide children with a greater understanding of the meaning and purpose of each of these elements. The elements of worship we cover are the same ones you see in your bulletin: Call to Worship, Prayer, Praise, Tithes & Offerings, Reading of the Word, Confession of Faith, Hearing the Word, Sacraments, Missions, and Benediction.

Teach Me to Worship