WHAT IS ORANGE?
Orange is simple.
It’s a strategy.
Orange combines the influences of the church (yellow) and the home (red) to have a significantly greater impact on your child’s future.
We want to partner with you to help your child develop a lasting relationship with Jesus!
We are dedicated to helping every child have an opportunity to experience Jesus Christ in a compelling and engaging way and to allow people opportunities to support and be supported through real relationships.
Our mission is to encourage and help lead all children into an authentic relationship with Christ.
Preschool children aged 3, 4 and 5, are in a phase of wonder and observation, learning by example, experiences and repetition.
During preschool programming at Charity, learning comes through music, games, Bible stories and crafts. Children learn three basic truths: God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever.
Our desire is for children to know they belong, as part of God's family. We want them to know that church is a place where they are safe, loved, and known. We want them to know that there are people here who care deeply for them and are excited to share the love of Jesus with them.
God works in such wonderful ways. Charity has always been a special place for me as I grew up here.
There was a time when I pulled away from Charity, and when I finally found my way back, it was as if I was home again. I would love for the kids of Charity to feel that way. That no matter what life throws their way, there is a place that will welcome them with open arms and remind them of how much Jesus loves them.
I am married to my wonderful husband, Johnny, and together we have four beautiful daughters. My favorite thing to do is hang out with my family. We love snuggling up for movie nights with some popcorn and camping in the summer. We are happy to be a part of the Charity family.
All children in 5th grade or younger must check in at the self check-in kiosks located near the entrance to the children's wing.
Preschool parents may then bring their child(ren) to the preschool area, where they may also pick them up at the end of service.
For the safety of all children and volunteers, the doors to the children's wing are locked once the service begins. The main doors will be opened at the end of service. If you need to enter the children’s area while the doors are locked, please use the doorbell on the right side of the main doors. This is the only accessible door during programming. The north and south entrances remain locked at all times.
Volunteer Background Check
Transportation and Medical Waiver
New Family Member Registration Form