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Children of all ages are precious to us here at EFree Diamond Bar. While all "in person" Children's Ministry gatherings have been postponed due to COVID 19 concerns, we have completely pivoted to a virtual program and are excited to offer a full range of online opportunities for your children ages 2 thru 5th grade until we are able to return to our campus. Please click on the tab above for specific information on the programs offered.

Our Children's Ministry seeks to partner with parents to provide a spiritual background that will bring a child into a relationship with God through Jesus Christ! Our desire is that this partnership with families will provide an educational experience that is biblically-based, age appropriate, relevant, relational, diverse and fun!

On Sundays, children 4 years old - 5th grade can attend an online Sunday School class during second service (10:45-12:00 noon) and discover practical lessons from God's Word. Sundays include kids worship, fun games and activities, and an exciting curriculum presented by staff and volunteer teachers. Children are challenged to learn Bible truths and principles and then encouraged to apply them in their daily lives.

On Wednesday nights September through May, we offer a "lighter" online program which includes both younger children (ages 2–5) and older children (grades 1– 5), from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Because we recognize that most children (and parents, too) have already spent a great deal of time in online school, we offer this lighter mid-week program to help kids stay in touch with God's word, and with their church friends, without becoming overwhelmed by yet another online class to add to their school commitments. Each week we provide fun activities, kids worship, and a video-based Bible story.

There are many opportunities to serve in Children's Ministry. If you would like to volunteer please download and fill out the Volunteer Application.  Then please arrange for an interview by contacting the Director of Children's Ministry Christian Clark.