Children's Ministry - "TRU-FIRE KIDS"





Angie Moralez







Children’s Ministry Statement:

At ALVARADO WORSHIP CENTER, our kids are an extremely high priority and our Children's Ministry - TRU-FIRE KIDS - is driven by the love we, as a church body, have for our children!


We believe that kids are the future of the Church!  TRU-FIRE KIDS’ mission is to do whatever it takes to reach, teach, and equip our kids to be all that God has called them to be!  All the children are introduced to stories from God's word, basic Bible truths, scripture verses and songs. Every lesson taught teaches Christian principles of sharing, kindness, and obedience while emphasizing group cooperation and participation.  


TRU-FIRE KIDS have awesome Sunday School classes for each age group that meet from 9:30 - 10:30 AM every Sunday morning.  Then, during our Sunday morning service from 10:45 AM-12:00 PM, TRU-FIRE KIDS have their own Kids’ Church.  Our Kids’ Church is designed for children to express their faith through prayer, service, worship and music experiences. Our services teach life principles from God's word in order for the children to learn how to reach out to their friends, family, and community.


Every Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm in our TRU-FIRE KIDS program, we have ROYAL RANGERS – which is for both boys and girls – ages 4 – 12.  Our Royal Rangers program is an activity-based ministry geared for both boys and girls and our mission is to evangelize, equip and empower the next generation of Christlike men and women and lifelong servant leaders. We provide Christlike character formation and servant leadership development for both boys and girls in a highly relational and fun environment. 


Come on out and join the fun! 




Consider these facts....
(1) Barna's research discovered that a person's lifelong behavior and view are generally developed when they are young....particularly before they reach the teenage years.
(2) A person's moral foundations are generally in place by the time they reach age nine.
(3) A majority of Americans make a lasting determination about the personal significance of Christ's death and resurrection by the age of 12.
(4) In most cases, the spiritual beliefs of people are irrevocably formed when they are pre-teens.