All E-Station programing begins with the Bible lesson theme for the week introduced in small groups.  The K-4th grade groups then come together in the Children’s Theatre to take part in a larger interactive presentation involving worship music, storytelling, and acting. A similar presentation is presented for the pre-K children outside their classrooms to prepare them for the next step of gathering in the Children's Theatre when they enter Kindergarten. The children then return to their small groups to discuss what they have learned, and how they might apply it to their own lives.  The lesson is then reinforced with interactive games and activities.

The same message series curriculum is taught at all four children’s services, although depending on the class day/time, the way it is taught is slightly different.  The Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and Sunday at 8:50 a.m. are taught in an identical fashion, as are the Sunday at 10 a.m. and 11:10 a.m. classes.   Games, activities and drama presentations will vary, but the weekend’s main theme and message stays constant.  This is designed to keep children engaged, particularly if they attend multiple classes on the weekend. 

E-Station curriculum continually emphasizes three main points:


  1. God made me
  2. God loves me
  3. Jesus wants to be my friend forever

Kindergarten-4th Grade

  1. I can trust God no matter what.
  2. I should treat others the way I want to be treated.
  3. I need to make the wise choice.

Teacher Involvement

Horizon greatly values the spiritual instruction and contributions of E-Station teachers. We carefully select each for their ability to create a relaxed and engaging learning environment that present’s God’s word in a compelling and stimulating way.