Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."

Matthew 19:14

Our mission is to provide a safe environment for all children; to feel God's powerful, unconditional love for them, to learn the stories and messages of Jesus, and to understand how to give God's love to others.

Sunday mornings

We encourage families to worship together as a family at 9:00 or 11:10 am service, then attend Sunday school at 10:00 am. For parents who want a kid-specific option during worship, our nursery is available for kids birth - 2 years old. Kids  3 years - 2nd grade can attend our Kids' Zone, which features self-led activities, a missional focus, a video lesson, and (weather permitting) time on the playground.
Our Kids' Ministry is in our Ministries Bldg. (one story red brick building) 


Available 8:55 am - 12:05 pm
Ages 0 - 2 years
Ministries Bldg. (one story red brick building)
Our nursery team truly LOVES kids! They can't wait to welcome your little ones for a morning of play, learning, and fun!

sunday school

10:00 - 10:50 am
Ages 3 years - 5th grade
Ministries Bldg. (one story red brick building)
We want kids to have fun learning about God's love and growing in their faith! Our "Orange Curriculum" uses creative and interactive methods to keep kids engaged while they learn. 

Kids zone

9:00 - 9:50 am & 11:10 am - Noon
Ages 3 years - 2nd grade
Ministries Bldg. (one story red brick building)
The Kids Zone includes self-led activities, a missional focus, a video lesson, and (weather permitting) time on the playground.

Sunday school
10:00 am

Who? Ages 3 years - 5th grade
When? Sundays, 10:00 - 10:50 am
Where? Ministries Building (One-story red brick building). Greeters are available to help you check-in and join a class.
In the preschool years, a child will form their first impression of God's love.
Our preschool classes include an engaging, inspiring, and loving environment to give preschoolers a foundation of faith that will last a lifetime.
Preschoolers will consistently hear these 3 basic truths:
  • God made me.
  • God loves me.
  • Jesus wants to be my friend forever.

In the elementary years, a child will grow in wisdom, faith, and friendship.
Our elementary curriculum weaves together music, communicator scripts, small group discussions, video presentations, and creative activities based on a clear and simple bottom line each week, so kids walk away remembering what matters most.
Kids will consistently hear these 3 basic truths:
  • I need to make wise choices.
  • I can trust God no matter what.
  • I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

Sunday Mornings - Frequently Asked Questions

It's our first time at First Frisco, what do we do?
Join us in the Ministries Building (one-story red brick building). There will be greeters and signs directing you to our check-in stations. After registering your children, you'll receive three labels. One is for your child to wear, one is your security pass to pick up your child, and one is for their teacher. After your child is registered, one of our greeters will be more than happy to give you a tour of our children's area to ensure your comfort and answer any questions you may have. Our Nursery (for ages 5 & under) is located in the Ministries Bldg. as well.
What are your procedures for keeping kids safe?
Safety and security are fundamental to our First Frisco children's experience. Every First Frisco children's volunteer has been background checked and received training. Children can't be picked up by an adult without the security tag received at check-in. Parents may be notified by text if they are needed in the children's area for any reason.
What exactly happens in Sunday School?
At First Frisco, we want kids to have fun while learning more about God's love. Their experience will include music, Bible reading and interactive discussions. They'll love the fun games and activities that help reinforce the daily message and lesson.
What should I do after Sunday School ends?
After Sunday School, we encourage you to ask your child about what they learned and discuss how they might be able to apply it during the upcoming week. Our new Orange Curriculum includes a Parent Cue take-home sheet with topics and discussion questions.
I'd love to help teach Sunday School, how do I get more involved?
We love and encourage parents and loved ones to become involved in teaching Sunday School. Our volunteers are highly dedicated and see the opportunity to serve children and families as a privilege. All our volunteers are background checked and go through MinistrySafe training. If you would like to get involved, email us at

sunday night kids club & choir (fall - spring)

Ages: 4 years - 5th grade
When: Sunday Nights 4:30 - 6:00 pm
Check-in (4:30) and check-out (6:00) in the Gathering Area (just outside the Sanctuary)

We have fun and engaging stations (think VBS)!  Kids will enjoy monthly mission projects, games, activities, and Kids' Choir led by Debi Morton! Each Sunday night includes an age appropriate and thought-provoking Biblical message with real life (little people) application.

Parent cue app

Join half a million parents using the Parent Cue app to raise kids with faith and character. The Parent Cue app is a wonderful parent resource brought to you by the creators of our Orange Sunday school curriculum. In our commitment to partner with parents to raise disciples of Jesus Christ, we encourage you to download the app and start exploring today!

Develop your child’s character with expertise from childhood development leaders, educators, and real parents just like you.
Build an everyday faith through fun Bible story videos, memory verses, prayers, and conversation prompts.
Establish a lasting connection by making the most of the moments you already spend together at morning time, meal time, drive time, and bedtime.

acolyte sign up

We invite you to become a shining light at our 11:00 traditional service! Are you ready for a special role in our worship community?

1st-5th graders are invited to sign up to be an acolyte and experience the joy of serving. We have two openings per service. One lights the altar candle and one carries the Bible and puts it on the Altar.

Since ancient times, light and fire have reminded people that God is here with us. So, the lighting of the candles represents the Holy Spirit coming into the presence of the worship service.

Questions? Contact Pastor Steve at

emily harris

Director of Children's Ministry

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