Children's Worship



RBF Children's Worship meets during our 10am Sunday Worship Service on the first four Sundays of each month. Every 5th Sunday is Family Worship Sunday, so we encourage the family to worship together during this time. Consequently, we do not have Children's Worship on this Sunday only; however, Nursery is still available for babies and toddlers.

 RBF Children's Worship is for Preschool through 5th grade and is separated into two different classes. Each week, the kids start out in morning worship with their parents, and they are then dismissed to go to Children's Worship after our scripture reading time.  During Children's Worship, the kids are studying through God's Word chronologically at their own level. They are also learning about God's amazing love for them, learning Bible skills, and discovering ways to put God's word into action by living for Him.

We pray that your kids will grow in their love for God and understanding of His call for them to follow Jesus and that they will truly develop as His disciples. We pray that they will Connect to God in Children’s Worship, Connect to other Children that love the Lord by developing genuine friendships, Connect to Serving Jesus both in the Church and outside the Church, and Connect with the lost by sharing Jesus' love with them.  We are so honored to partner with you and help teach your children God's Word. 

New for 2016 we have started The Gospel Project for Kids! This Christ-centered Bible study follows a chronological timeline of Bible events—presenting the story of redemption through Jesus like kids have never seen it before! Using this approach, kids will see how Christ fits into the whole Bible, pre-creation to eternity. Each week, The Gospel Project® for Kids brings these stories to life through video, music, activities, and more.


• Immerses kids in the gospel through every story, theological concept, and call to mission from Genesis to Revelation

• Provides a deep Bible study experience

• Equips families to continue learning at home

Watch the video below to learn more: