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It’s our vision to see kids and students connect with Jesus. We view family as the best place for kids to learn about following Jesus and it’s our aim to provide parents with encouragement and resources along the way. As a church, we want to surround students with a community of intergenerational relationships so that each kid has multiple faith role models and have a variety of ministries to serve your family's needs.



Get To Know My Child

We love kids and our desire is to help them connect with Jesus. We want to provide the best environment for your child regardless of their circumstances. Use this form to help us get to know your child and their needs and we'll follow up to connect with you!

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Village127 is a ministry for those who are passionate about the biblical call to care for orphans in their distress. We educate, engage, and encourage anyone who has an interest in orphan care, adoption, or foster care. We take our name from James 1:27 and believe the church is called to be an integral part of the village that it takes to raise a child. Village127 holds monthly gatherings to meet and support other adoptive, waiting, foster, and like-minded families, as well as special events, service projects, and prayer gatherings throughout the year. For more information, contact Tiffany Bobendrier.



The Constance Homeschool Co-Op is a Christ-centered community that utilizes shared resources to provide homeschool families with educational enrichment opportunities. This ministry is led by a team of parents, guiding all members as they pool a portion of their time, treasure, and talent as they educate their children about Christ and the world around them, equipping kids to be a positive influence in our culture and world. Each year, the team decides on classes for the upcoming year based on student need and available teachers. Both volunteer parents and paid professionals lead classes. Capacity is limited and participants are required to agree with the EFCA Statement of Faith.


Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center offers practical ideas and inspirational materials to help bring faith into the home. These resources include recommended books, DVDs, and printed materials related to specific seasons and circumstances of family life. Constance Family Resources provide a biblical perspective on common family seasons and challenges.


The Faith Path provides age-appropriate faith practices to parents of children, birth through age 18. Faith Path invitation postcards are mailed to you during the month of your child’s birthday, or you can stop by the Family Resource Center to pick up kits. 


Recommended books, and quality family devotional materials are available for you to check out and use at home. 

Baptism is for those who want to make a public declaration of their personal faith in Jesus. Baptism symbolizes identifying with Christ's death and resurrection. If you want to make this declaration of faith we encourage you to register for our next baptism service.

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Communion, or the Lord's Supper, is an ordinance given by Jesus for his followers as a way to obey, remember, and proclaim what he has done for us through his death on the cross. Every 4-6 weeks we receive Communion together at Constance. You don't need to be a member of Constance Free Church to take Communion, and anyone who has placed their faith in Christ for salvation is invited.

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Children are a gift from God and we believe parents have a special responsibility to raise their children to know and love Jesus. Dedication is a way for parents to make a commitment to provide an environment where the teachings of Jesus are embraced and a God-honoring lifestyle is encouraged.

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