Fathom Kids

(Age 3 through 5th Grade)

Kids are not an afterthought at Fathom. They are a priority! Our teachers create a really fun atmosphere full of love, encouragement and creativity. Your children won’t just be baby sat; they will be loved, prayed for and trained in God’s incredible love for them. All children potty trained through elementary go to our larger 3 classroom kids building. Each classroom is equipped with age appropriate video, audio and games.

Our teachers use the amazing resources from the D6 Curriculum from the reThink Group and Orange Resources.
Each month parents receive a month outlook on what there children will be taught and there is an inexpensive app available called Parent Cue. Parent Cue allows the parent to have specific prayers, songs, scriptures and topics for discussion throughout your week with your child that are directly connected to what they are learning on Sundays at Fathom. We believe parents are the ultimate influence on what a child will believe about God. We want to be a support to the work of parents in leading their children to a growing relationship with God.



(Birth through Age 3 or Potty Trained)

There isn’t anything as precious as these little ones that are getting there first glimpse at this great big world that God has created. We are so proud of the loving, patient and prayerful volunteers in our nursery. You can expect for your child to be loved, cared and prayed for while you are in the main auditorium worshiping. We want to create a real network and support system for parents of little ones. We know this can be a very tough time for parents and we want to be a support in whatever way we can.


Fathom Students

(Middle & High School – Coming January 2015)

A new Fathom Students Anchor Group is Launching in January 2015. This is the spot for middle and high school students to come connect with students their age in a really fun and comfortable environment. Students can expect to be loved on and accepted the moment they walk through the doors. We simply want students to find their identity in Christ. Beyond that, we want to engage them in their calling to be a disciple of Jesus and to do so within a very honest environment where students can encourage each other in their faith.