TP Kids

TP Kids is the children’s ministry of Turning Point Baptist Church for children eight weeks old through 5th grade. We operate every Sunday during the English and Spanish services.

First Time at Turning Point Baptist Church?

We are so excited to have you and your family with us! A team member will be more than happy to escort you to our TP Kid’s area. We will greet your family, check your child in, and lead your child to their age-appropriate area.




At TP Kids, safety is extremely important to us. We’ll need the following information during check-in: family member’s name and birthday, child’s name and birthday, home address, email address, phone number, and any special instructions (allergies, etc.)

Our staff has undergone background checks, and our program is designed with your child’s safety in mind.

TP Kids is a fun, interactive, exciting, and safe place where your child will learn about Jesus.

We partner with parents and caregivers to help children:

  • Discover who God is
  • Believe in Jesus
  • Build a foundation of faith
  • Build relationships
  • While having a blast at TP Kids!




As parents, we often worry for our kids’ success in every area of their lives. We wish that they grow to have good values, integrity, and a solid spiritual foundation.

We believe that Awana is a powerful resource to our Kids Ministry.

Awana is an international organization that provides Christian discipleship tools for kids. Their mission is to reach children, equip leaders and to change the world for God. Awana has been in existence for over 60 years, and it is recognized worldwide. Our leaders are groomed to guide our children to form a solid Christian foundation.

What does Awana Offer?

  • Biblical teaching
  • Foundations of faith for a relationship with God
  • Games and fun activities
  • Scripture memorization
  • Prizes and acknowledgements for milestones
  • Parent resources to help their children’s spiritual development.
  • Awana meets every Wednesday at 6:45 pm on our church property community center.

Visit Awana to find out more about their resources HERE.