Opportunities to Belong and Grow
Keystone is a place where everyone is invited, everyone is included and everyone matters. As a community that is focused on the whole family, there are opportunities for everyone to belong and to grow. Here is an overview of the various ministries that Keystone provides to serve its members and guests.
There is a special ministry available for our most special people during all three experiences on Sundays, as well as during Middle School or High School ECHO on Wednesday nights. Read more about Special Needs.
Birth – K
Our environment for preschoolers is called Waumba Land. Waumba Land is for kids ages birth through kindergarten and meets each week at 9:00 am, 10:30 am and infant childcare only offered at our 11:45 am. Read more about Waumba Land.
First to Fifth Grade
Our environment for elementary kids is called UpStreet. UpStreet is for kids in 1st through 5th grade and meets each week at 9:00 am and 10:30 am. Read more about UpStreet.
Middle to High School
Our environment for students in 6th to 12th grade is called ECHO and meets on Wednesday nights from 6 to 8 pm here at Keystone. We offer a program for middle school students called ECHO EQ on Sundays at 11:45 am during the third worship experience. We also offer ECHO Refuel, during our 1st experience at 9 am every Sunday, for students looking to take deeper steps in their faith. Read more about ECHO.
At Keystone we Think Orange! Keystone offers a variety of programs and resources for parents that combine the two primary influences in a child’s life – the love of family (red) and the light of the church (yellow) – combined to help lead the family into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, (orange). Read more about Keystone’s resources for Parents.
For adults, our desire at Keystone Church is to help you experience a relational progression from guest, to friend, to family. This progression is based on steps that you are invited to take at your own pace. Read more about the opportunities Keystone provides for adults to Grow, Connect, Share and Giving.
Community groups are small groups of approximately six to twelve individuals (or four to six couples) that meet regularly in someone’s home for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer. We have groups for adults of all ages and stages of life who want to connect with others and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ.