Children worship together, learn who God is, and understand salvation through Jesus Christ by participating in art activities, games, and lesson discussion – all in a fun and inviting way!

 

Summit Kids

Available during our Saturday service at 5:30pm and Sunday service at 9am in our Fellowship Hall!

Join us for a fun worship service where we will seek to know more of who God is in our daily lives! Children 3yrs old through 5th grade are welcome at any of our services. We use a curriculum called The Gospel Project – its chronological lesson plans lead us through the whole Bible, connecting the dots and always pointing us back to Jesus. This age appropriate curriculum will grow your child’s faith and encourage them to build a firm foundation upon which to stand during life’s struggles.

 

KIDS STAYING IN THE SERVICE

If you as a family wish to remain in the Sanctuary together, there are Pew Packets available to occupy fidgety hands. Ushers are available to assist you with either of these options.

 

What’s Happening at Summit Kids – Summer 2021

Vacation Bible School

Welcome to Wilderness Escape VBS 2021 – an exciting journey with God’s people, the Israelites. We will caravan with Moses and the Israelites as they escape Egypt, discover the truth straight from Moses – one of history’s greatest God-followers, and see, hear, touch, and even taste what it might have been like to live in the Bible time wilderness!

Students Pre-K – 5th grade welcome!

Dates: July 19th – 23rd, 9 am – 11 am

Where: Summit Church Campus

Cost: FREE

Registration is now closed! For questions, please email ashleigh@summitdurango.org

Eagle Lake Day Camp

Summit Church is hosting Eagle Lake Day Camp again this year.

Students 7 – 12yrs old are welcome!

Dates: August 9th – 13th, 9 am – 4 pm

Where: Summit Church Campus

Cost: $200 – Scholarships are available.

To sign-up and for more details click HERE

SERVE WITH SUMMIT KIDS

Build community, change lives, and bring hope to the next generation and have a blast doing it!

If your heart is to pour into the next generation of world changers and history makers, we want you to join the Summit Kids Team.

Click on the link below to learn about serving opportunities or for more questions, please email ashleigh@summitdurango.org.

Safety is important to us. Our volunteers are background checked and trained with Safe Gatherings to ensure a safe and secure environment for every student.

Safe Gatherings Registration Instructions

Start Training Here 

Interim Director of Children and Family Ministries

Ashleigh Ewing was born and raised in Durango, Colorado. She has always had a passion for working with children. She began her working career in the nursery at Summit Church at the age of 12. Summit Church was a place that Ashleigh always considered a second home. She enjoyed working and attending youth group there for many years. She looks forward to making connections with young children and their families so they may have the same positive experience she did growing up.

Ashleigh graduated from Fort Lewis College with a degree in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. After graduating, Ashleigh worked at Summit Early Learning Center for 4 years before pursuing other interests in the work force. Ashleigh has young twin boys, Connor and Tanner, and has been fortunate enough to be a stay-at-home mom for the past couple years.

Ashleigh enjoys spending time with her husband and boys, hiking, reading, and hanging out with family and friends.

 

ashleigh@summitdurango.org

Director of Children and Family Ministries

Celia Rothhaas grew up in Toledo, OH and is the second oldest of five girls. Surrounded by love in a happy home, she understood the importance of education with a solid foundation being the family. She went on to attend Hillsdale College where she pursued Speech/Communication with a minor in Early Childhood Education. She has always found delight in working with children; their joy in everyday tasks, enthusiasm for the unknown, and faith without bounds inspires her daily. “I learn more from them, than they ever do from me!”
Celia has recently begun digging into the world of plants (literally!). While her plants don’t always respond to her love and affection, it’s fun learning new things! She moved to Durango in May 2017, began working in the church office in November 2017 and has been the Director of Children & Family Ministries since July 1, 2018.