Sunday Funday

Our November Sunday Funday is coming Sunday, November 13 at BOTH campuses!

Babies-Toddlers: Babies through toddlers will have fun being loved and cared for by our wonderful nursery staff. We will have transportation-themed activities and crafts. We will also get a visit from some of our community helpers (police and/or firemen) during the event. 

The price is $16 per child. Pizza dinner is included. For questions about this event, please email

3 Year Olds-2nd Grade:  3 year olds through 2nd grade will have Bike Night on campus with a visit from some of our community helpers (firemen and/or police officers). Please bring a bike/scooter for your child, labeled, with a helmet, also labeled. There will be a location designated for your child’s age to park their bike on the sidewalk outside building D. We would also recommend that your child wears closed-toed shoes. 

For those kiddos who would rather not ride, we will have outside games for them provided during their class’s bike time. The fun begins at 3:00 pm and pick up is at 7:00 pm. We hope to see your child there!

3rd-6th Grade: Our older kids will have a FULL DAY field trip to the Houston Zoo!  We will eat lunch at each campus right after worship, leave for the zoo by 12:30, and return to the church for dinner and pick up at 7:00 pm. End time will be the same for the younger kids. 

The price is $25 and includes lunch, snacks, dinner, transportation, and zoo admission. Please do NOT send spending money, as we will not visit the zoo gift shop. Space is limited, so register early to secure your child’s space. 

We have spots for four parents who would like to accommodate us as additional chaperones for the trip. One child will attend for free. Please reach out to if you would like to ask about chaperoning. 


Infants – 2nd: Register HERE 3rd – 6th Register HERE


Infants – 2nd: Register HERE 3rd – 6th: Register HERE




The event is finished.


Nov 13 2022


3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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