Parent and Family Resources

We believe that faith practiced as a family provides a steadfast base for children and teens.

We want to equip, empower, and engage families to be the church in the world. We do that by providing opportunities for families to come together to talk about their faith and help all members of the family find a place in their spiritual home. 

Click "Get Connected" to find groups and classes for parents and families.

Get Connected

Parenting with Love and Logic

This evidence-based program, taught by Wendy Petricoff, owner of Charlotte Parenting Solutions, offers practical tools and scripts to help build healthy parent/child relationships and lovingly guide children to become responsible, mostly fun-to-be-around members of society. Watch for details about our next class.

Want to start the conversation about race with your children?

Begin by reading books written by African-American authors. Check out these links for suggestions:

20 Black Children's Books by Black Authors

The Conscious Kid: Children's Books to Support Conversations on Race, Racism, and Resistance

This list from Black Children's Books and Authors shares honors and awards presented to children’s authors and illustrators, and where to find the books.

Table Talks Podcast

Table Talks is a great opportunity for families to dig into questions about faith together. In each episode, Lindsay Masi and Maggie Baker will introduce a new topic or Bible story and pose relevant and thought-provoking questions. We invite families to listen and discuss together.