The goal of the Lighthouse Catechism is to guide children with the light of the gospel and guard them from false teaching. Take advantage of this resource by helping your children memorize some of the most crucial doctrines of the Christian faith.
At TCKids, we want to shepherd children to treasure Christ
by helping them know the gospel, show the gospel, and grow in the gospel.
We would love to see you and your family visit TCKids at The Church at Trace Crossing this Sunday.
Join the fun and experience a world where kids learn the truth about Jesus
in a way they enjoy and understand.
Every Sunday morning, babies through preschoolers experience safe, age-appropriate environments where they are taught and shown the love of God in Jesus.
During the Fall and Spring semesters, children (babies through grade 6) break off into age-appropriate, gospel-centered equipping classes where they are introduced to Christian doctrine and practice.
During the Fall and Spring semesters, children (babies through grade 6) meet together at our campus from 5:30-7:30pm where they are taught biblical truth based on Trace Crossing's current sermon series.
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Look for a Trace Crossing Greeter. He or she will escort you to the Preschool Wing. We’ll meet your family, check your child into our database system, and one of our volunteers will lead your child to their age-appropriate room. We’ll ask for your family’s contact information and any special instructions (allergies, special needs) for your child.
After your first visit, a TCKids team leader will help you check in your child at the welcome desk in the Preschool Wing. Team Leaders will print matching identification tags that are exclusive to your family and visit. After the service, you’ll return to your child’s classroom and show your tag in order for your child to be released back to you.
On your way out the door, be sure to pick up a Big Truth Card. It highlights the main point for today’s Bible story and gives you the memory verse for the month. As you drive home, ask your child, “What did you learn about Jesus in today’s story?” It's our goal that every child can answer this question every week.