Through partnership with parents, we strive to create the first building blocks of a strong, Gospel-centered, Bible-driven foundation for our children. We teach kids about God in a way that they can understand and in bite-size chunks.

We have classes for our children during all of our regular weekend (Sunday at 8:15, 9:30, 11:00 and 5:30) and mid-week adult services (Wednesday at 6:15).



Ninja Warrior Retreat

Third & Fourth Graders & Parents
Location: CrossTimbers Kid’s Camp
Date: October 12 & 13 (Deadline to register September 26th)
Topics: Bully or Bullied
Features: Ropes Course Challenge & Nighttime Sock Wars  
Cost: $30.00 per person 

Friday Evening
Saturday Morning
6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Supper Meal
7:30 – 8:15 a.m. Breakfast
7:30 – 9:00 p.m. Session One
8:15 – 10:00 a.m. Session Two
9:00 – 10:00 p.m. Sock Wars
10:00 a.m. – Noon Ropes Course Challenge
Noon – Dismiss
*A parent must attend with the child.


September 28th and 29th
Cost: $15.00/per family
Bring: Camping gear (tent, sleeping bag, lawn chairs, flashlights, fishing equipment, water guns)
Where: Coffee Grounds private campground near Hinton
Directions: Travel West on I-40 to El Reno, turn South (left) on Country Club Road to stop sign at Highway 37, turn West (right) until you see the gate marked with red balloons – map is attached. Drive time is approximately 1 hour from the church. Feel free to ride with friends or come on your own.  Plenty of parking space is available. It is fine to meet and leave a vehicle at the church.
Supper and breakfast are provided.


Friday (28th)

  • Arrive any time after 4:00 pm (fishing available: crappie, bass, catfish, & perch- bring your own bait and lures) 
  • Supper available 6:30-7:30 at Campfire- Roasting Hotdogs, chips, sides and S’mores, bottled water (water is provided but feel free to bring pop if you want)
  • 7:30- Set up tents, Hatchett throwing, casting practice, knot tying ,horse shoes, sand bag, ladder ball 
  • 8:30- Capture the Flag with Water guns (bring your own- distance stream is better than squirt guns)
  • 9:30- Campfire Time: Brad Clay (speaking)

Saturday (29th)

  • Fish as early as you want (but be quiet).
  • Breakfast available 7:00-8:00 am in Hunting Lodge- eggs, sausage, gravy, biscuits, jelly. coffee, chocolate milk, water.
  • 8:00- Target Sports open and fishing is available (Archery, Sling Shots, BB Guns, Hatchett Throwing, Shotguns, Casting Practice, Horseshoes, Sand Bag, Ladder Ball) (A few men are available to assist and watch for safety while at gun range and fishing).
  • 9:30- 10:00- Snacks available in Hunting Lodge.
  • 10:00- Team Competition instructions and score cards given at the Hunting Lodge.  (Father & Son(s) Teams.
  • 11:45- Team Competition Concludes, Winners announced and prizes given to the team with the most points and winner of the longest fish caught by 11:30 am  
  • Noon- Dismissed (lunch on your way home).
Questions & Answers:
  1. Do we drive to the campground on our own or ride a bus from the church?- On your own although groups are free to meet at the church and leave vehicles so you can ride together.
  2. Can I pay the $15.00 when I arrive.  No- You must register by midnight September 26.  Food and supplies will be purchase according to the number registered.
  3. What if I can only be there one day?  That’s fine.  Same price but let Mr. Mark know especially if you’re arriving on Saturdaymorning.
  4. Can a boy attend without a Dad present?  Yes- But only if someone agrees to be his dad before the campout begins.  Every boy must have a father or grandfather present that has accepted responsibility for him during the campout. 
  5. What if I register and pay but cannot come, is there a refund? No- That’s a headache! We know stuff happens but please text Mr. Mark (405-757-5580) so he doesn’t send out asearch party for you. We accept your donation-Thanks!
  6. What if medical attention is needed? There will be a small First Aid Kit in the Hunting Lodge.  All emergencies will be taken care of by the father or grandfather.  Nearest hospital might be Yukon- Integris.  Notify Mr. Mark in the case of an emergency and leaving the campground or calling an ambulance.  
  7. What if I don’t have a water gun?  You will not be able to defend yourself.  
  8. Is there electricity so I can inflate air mattresses?  Yes!  Good Idea since Oklahoma ground is hard.
  9. What if I don’t have a tent? You have a couple of options- 1) Sleep in the open air bring insect repellent & needed bedding, 2) The Hunting Lodge has a limited number of bunks. Bring twin size air mattresses and also floor space is available.
  10. Are there bathrooms?  Yes, the Hunting Lodge has three indoor bathrooms as well as numerous trees on the campground. 
  11. What if it rains? Since we live in Oklahoma, we know the possibilities.  Watch the weather and bring the appropriate gear.  We will not cancel since many of the activities can still happen.
  12. What if my son or myself have food allergies and the menu doesn’t work for us?  Bring your own food.  There is a refrigerator and microwave in the Hunting Lodge.
  13. Can my wife send homemade cookies and treats? Yes!  We will like you more!
  14. What if I don’t have any experience with shotguns, archery, fishing, camping or any of this?  Not a problem!  No one will embarrass you.  We have designate men to assist as needed and everyone will cooperate to make sure you and your son have a terrific experience together.
  15. What if I don’t have fishing gear or a gun?  We will have a limited number of fishing poles and lures you can use, shotguns and ammo are provided for the day.
  16. Can I bring my own gun?  Yes, with these conditions: Provide your own ammo, supervise anyone you allow to shoot it, and it must be locked in your vehicle unloaded when not being used.
  17. What are the prizes for the winning teams and largest fish? Too many questions!  They’re great prizes!  Relax!
  18. Do we have to leave at noon on Saturday?  Yes


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