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Motion kids

Motion Kids is our children’s ministry for nursery, preschool, and K-5. It exists to build children and families, build communities, and build the Kingdom of God. What does this mean? Motion Kids is not a ministry that operates on it’s own. Rather, it is one of the core functions of Motion Church as a whole. That’s why the vision of this ministry is aligned with the larger vision of our church (which is to build people, build communities, and build the Kingdom of God). A major purpose of Motion Kids is to partner with parents and families by equipping them to spiritually lead their children. By building families, we can work together to build children up and cultivate within them a growing, personal, life-long relationship with Jesus that becomes the foundation of their lives.

To stay in the loop on what's going on in Motion Kids, or to check out our online video teachings, visit our Facebook page here! 

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Fuel Student Ministry (6th-12th grade) is a place where the atmosphere feels like family. It exists to be a place where students feel understood, encouraged, and loved. At an age when you're figuring out who you are and where you belong, we always like to tell students that when it comes to Fuel, “This is your place!”

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Let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in Heaven. Matthew 5:16


Shine is our women’s ministry at Motion Church. It exists to help women grow deeper + stronger + brighter in their walk with Christ. Shine is for women of all ages and all seasons of life who want to deepen their relationship with Jesus, strengthen their connections with other women, and shine brighter as they go back out into the world.


As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15


Gatekeepers is our men’s ministry here at Motion Church. It exists to equip men of all seasons and ages to be the spiritual, servant leaders of their families, churches, and communities as they learn to protect the gates of those areas.

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