Family Ministry

The family is one way in which our faith is passed to the next generation (Deuteronomy 6:4-7). One of the roles of the church is to come alongside families to assist in this process. Children's Ministry focuses on children from birth through 4th grade, and Student Ministries focuses on students from 5th grade through 12th grade. In addition to age specific programs, we offer events for the whole family to experience together.

  • Camp X

    Thursday, June 7 - Saturday, June 9

    Camp X is the best three days of summer for 5th and 6th grade students! It’s packed with high energy games, competitions, food, and discovering truths about life and Jesus and in community. Open to all students who have completed 5th or 6th grade. Invite your friends! Click here to sign up for Camp X.


    Interested in Volunteering? 

    We would love your help to engage with 5th and 6th graders with fun, craziness and the gospel. Click here for more information about volunteering at Camp X.

  • Camp Riverwood Shipwrecked

    Monday, June 11 - Thursday, June 14 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    At Camp Riverwood Shipwrecked, kids explore the truth that Jesus carries them through life’s storms. Team-building games, island survival science experiments, interactive Bible lessons, tasty treats and more are just a few of the adventures awaiting you just a boat ride away. Camp Riverwood is open to kids who are 5 years old (by June 11) - completed 4th grade. Skip the registration line and click here to sign up.  

    Interested in Volunteering?

    It takes a team of over 150 volunteers to pull off Camp Riverwood. We would love your help to reach the next generation. Click here for more information about volunteering at Camp Riverwood Shipwrecked.

  • Baby Dedication

    At Riverwood, we dedicate babies or children, we do not baptize them. Dedication means that the parents will be totally committed to their own spiritual growth as well as raising their child in a healthy Christian environment. Dedication does not mean that the child is a Christian for he/she is too young to place faith in Christ.


    The Bible states that we should first "make disciples" and then baptize. Riverwood follows this order; a person should repent and then be baptized. An infant does not have that understanding, and we encourage children to wait to be baptized until they can develop a deeper understanding of what it means to publicly proclaim their faith. (Click here to learn more about baptism.)


    Click here to register to dedicate your child.

  • Rightnow media

    This is a free subscription to biblical teaching video resources from leading Christian publishers and ministries covering all sorts of topics like parenting, biblical finances, marriage and more. Additionally there is a special kids library with Christian video programs for children including Veggie Tales, Boz, What's in the Bible? and more.


    Click the image on the right to send an email request to set up a free account.