Heroes For Life is an after school program held on Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. for children in grades Kindergarten – 5th Grade. HFL is packed with games, snacks, music, learning the Big God Story, small group time, and prayer. We have volunteers of all ages teamed up to share the awesome power of God to the next generation!! Register by clicking the button below!


Our Nursery is available for children ages infant – 4 years old. Children are checked in via our secure KidCheck system. There are three nurseries (infant, toddler & pre-school) open during each service and during the Sunday School hour. If you have questions, please contact our nursery staff at nursery@northoak.net


Children’s Church is an engaging and fun-filled time during our 2nd service for children ages 5 - 3rd Grade. Children are dismissed after the worship and scripture reading at our service. Then, it’s a great time in the Word of God with activities, prayer, and music that focus on each lesson. Parents are asked to pick up children after the service.

VBS 2023
Vacation Bible School was June 5-9.
This years' theme was Keepers of the Kingdom.
With this VBS, our kids learned how they can be part of God’s kingdom through salvation in his Son and were equipped with the armor of God to become Keepers of the Kingdom and stand strong in today’s battle for truth.
Sunday School is for ALL ages! We have a great children’s Sunday school hour with classrooms for children ages 3 years old – 5th Grade from 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. The children are learning about Jesus with the Gospel Project curriculum. Sunday school is family focused and we have great resources to help parents be the spiritual leader of their children.
All NOCC Staff have been trained by Ministry Safe and all volunteers that work with kids have been background checked. Programs that serve children and youth play a vital role in the lives of our children and in our community. Ministry programs help to develop each child’s intellectual, social, spiritual or physical capacity. As they serve, ministry leaders cannot forget their responsibility to safeguard each child, as well as those who serve them.