Jesus pointed to children to illustrate the kind of faith acceptable to God. From the youngest infants to fifth graders, Forest Hills is committed to providing an environment which nurtures faith, values children, and meets the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of boys and girls. Our children's ministry strives to offer formational programs, like Sunday School and missions education, that engage children in the life of the church. We also seek to be a resource for parents, recognizing that they are the primary figures who raise and shape their children


Does your child have questions about what it means to be a Christian? During Sunday School on 9/8, 15, 22, & 29, Andrew will lead an optional class for K-5 grade children called "First Steps in Faith" to answer these questions. For your child to attend, you must RSVP to Andrew (

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Sad that summer is winding down? You should Bounce Back to School! Join the children's ministry on Sunday, Aug 25, at Jumpstreet (1111 Walnut St, Cary) for trampoline fun. Jump from 3-5:00 pm, and drop in to the Jump Street party room at 4:00 pm for a piece of cake and a chance to share your prayer requests for the fall. Children of all ages are welcome, including preschool kids who have not yet started school.

Our programs for children include:

  • Sunday School, where children are taught by both men and women who take seriously their commitment to children. Our classes all have regular teachers (not a rotation system), so children are able to build a relationship and feel comfortable with their teachers.

  • Missions classes, where we learn about those who share God's love. We also engage in hands-on mission activities.

  • Children's choir, which prepares boys and girls to lead worship through musical knowledge and training.

  • Retreats, mission weeks, and weekend events

  • Art classes

  • Trunk-or-Treat

  • Social events for families


Safety and Security Policies
Providing a safe and secure environment for children is a priority of Forest Hills. Our security measures include:

  • Background checks and appropriate screening for all volunteers & staff.

  • Preschool children receive a numbered nametag on arrival; each parent receives a corresponding number, which must be presented to nursery workers at pickup.

  • One or more individuals on security who actively walk the building to check on classes.

  • CPR training for key staff & volunteers.

Stay Connected!

Have questions about the children's ministry? Email Andrew Garnett, Minister for Serving Christ, at

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