At Northview Bible Church, it is our desire for each child to personally discover God, be grounded in His truth and equipped to serve Him in the church and community.
It is our privilege to care for children from birth through 2 years during regular services and designated events, as well as support new parents.
Children, ages 4 years through 3rd grade meet at the same time as both of our services. The children gather together for music, prayer and a lesson, then are divided to continue age-appropriate application and activities.
We provide classes for all children (3 years old through 3rd grade). Each class uses a Bible-based curriculum appropriate to the age level, taught by a team of dedicated volunteer teachers.
These are our Sunday School classes for children in 4th through 6th grades. It begins with a large group meeting together for music & special events and then breaks into grade level groups for small group teaching time.
A Bible Club for children K-6th grade. AWANA meets on Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:15 pm. The evening includes games, Bible instruction and Bible memorization. Awana begins September 20th and goes through April 25th. Registration is September 13 from 3:00 pm - 8:30 pm.
Click HERE for print off registration. You can either mail it to the church or drop it off at the church.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
VBS is a week of songs, skits, crafts, games, bible learning and snacks for boys and girls entering K-6th grade. (June 25-29, 2018)
Summer Camp is a week long camp the last week of June at Riverview Bible Camp on the Pend Oreille River. This is for kids entering 4th-6th grades. (June 18-22, 2018)
The College & Career ministry will offer the Harvest Party as an alternative to Halloween by hosting an evening of fun, games, food, fellowship and safety for the whole family. It will be October 31st from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Wear costumes and bring a friend!
All teachers are required to submit to a thorough background check. Children are to be brought to the age-appropriate room by a parent and will only be released to the parent.
For more information, contact Sue Logsdon at (509) 466-1770, ext. 305.