Resurrection Family Ministries equips families to be and make disciples in the home as parents pass, children receive, and students own the Faith.
Family Discipleship is the task of training our children in the way of Jesus Christ. It is the intentional use of time and energy for teaching our children to know and follow Jesus in all areas of life.
Four Focus Areas
We have identified four focus areas for Family Discipleship in our context. These are parts of life that are increasingly difficult to navigate in wise and distinctly Christian ways. Click the arrow under each topic to learn more.
Resurrection Children's Ministry partners with parents in passing the faith to our children. The primary place of instruction is at our Sunday service on Sunday mornings. We prioritize reading and discussing the story of Jesus's life and ministry, as well as engaging artwork to complement the story.We also help by resourcing you throughout the year and fostering a community where children and parents grow together.
Student Ministry at Church of the Resurrection helps students own their faith. Through the process of Confirmation, Catechism, and commitment to fellowship in Student Mesa Groups, students have the opportunity to understand and internalize the Christian Faith for themselves. We pray for students to form deep friendships with one another and a close relationship with God as they live life on mission for the sake of the lost. Click the link below if you have any questions, or visit our Events page to learn about the next student event.
Parents have the primary role of disciple making in the lives of their children. Family Discipleship is the process of passing the Faith to our children, teaching them to follow Jesus with their lives.
Children from birth through elementary school are in the prime of their formative life. They receive and internalize the Faith as it is passed to them by parents and the church.