Birth – Kindergarten
From the very beginning, we’re here to help families with young children grow in faith together! Start your little ones on God’s path at Incarnation.
- Jesus is their friend
- God Loves them
- They are a child of God
Grades 1 – 5
ILC Kid’s Ministry is committed to providing the foundation for children to grow in God’s grace and love. We want kids to know
- God Knows Me
- Jesus Loves Me.
- The Holy Spirit Leads Me.
- I am a child of God.
We want kids to discover their part of the Big God Story and how their lives can share the story with others.
We continue the partnership with families as our young people enter middle school. We are together to empower and encourage youth and families as they learn to live and love like Jesus for a lifetime. Throughout these years, we will be inviting middle school students and families to practice the ongoing and active faith they will say “yes” to if they choose to be confirmed: active in worship, active in learning, active in serving, active in community… God is alive with us!
Our partnership with families shifts again as our young people enter high school. This isn’t confirmation, yet God invites us to continue learning to live and love like Jesus for a lifetime. We gather weekly in the comfortable and conversational environment of Youth Group to share stories, struggles, service, ourselves, and practice the active presence of God in community. And there’s pizza!
Summer Camps can be the most impactful experiences for faith development for children and youth. Every summer we offer a variety of ministries on campus and off of campus like: Vacation Bible School, Green Lake Lutheran Bible Camp, Lego Camp, Summer Stretch, Middle School and High School Mission Trips. Click here to see more about our exciting Summer Camps!
Faith Milestones are a series of classes designed to build “Faith in the Family” starting from the time a child is an infant and continuing through their graduation from high school. It is a program that recognizes the incredible impact parents have on the faith life of their children.