Agape Kids

Our mission is to:
CREATE an atmosphere where children experience the love and acceptance of Jesus.
SEE children grow in their relationship with Jesus using Biblical truths to direct their lives.
NURTURE our children’s gifts as they discover their God-given purpose.

Every Sunday, toddlers through 6th grade kids experience safe, age-appropriate environments where the Bible is taught in a creative and relevant way. Each week we want every child to leave knowing that: God loves them, we believe in them, and church is fun!

Check in before service at our check-in station.

Children’s Director | Laurene McCoy


When you arrive, look for our Kids Check-In Station located outside of our student building. You’ll be greeted by one of our friendly agapeKIDS Check-In volunteers who is excited to meet your family and show you around. We’ll be with you every step of the way, all the way to your child’s classroom.

Upon checking in, you and your child will receive matching ID tags specific to your family and your visit. Your child will need to wear the name tag portion and you will need to keep the matching tag. After service, you will show the agapeKIDS room volunteer your matching tag in order for your child to be released from his/her room. If you lose your ID tag, you will be required to show your driver’s license in its place.

In the event that we may need to contact you during the service, we will text you on the mobile number you provided. We ask that you find a agapeKIDS staff member or volunteer who will direct you to your child’s classroom.


(Newborn – Walking)

Our mother’s nursing room provides a private environment for mothers to experience the service while caring for their infants.


(3 year old – 5 year old)

During the preschool years we want kids to know that God loves them and that church is fun. Our preschool class offers interactive worship, creative Bible stories, crafts, playground time, snack time, and more. Our classroom environment encourages cooperative play, creative arts, and movement.

Kindergarten – 3rd Grade

We want our early elementary kids to know they are loved and accepted by God and that God is a good friend who has given them unique talents.

Each week your child will participate in our live praise & worship with corporate prayer designed just for them. During class time they memorize scripture, and experience the Bible through interactive lessons, games, crafts and object lessons. At the end of class, they have snack & playground time.

4th – 6th Grade

During the late elementary years, we want kids to know that God is a close friend; God’s Word is true and powerful and relevant in their lives; and that they are gifted for a purpose, starting now!

Each week your child will learn Biblical truths through multi-media, interactive lessons, small group activities, and games.

Agape Youth

Our mission is to reach young people in our community and help develop them to be successful Christ followers. We will teach them about God’s plan for spiritual, emotional, social, economic and intellectual growth for their lives.

Our mission is to allow young people to use their talents, gifts and abilities to build the Kingdom of God as well as better themselves and reach their peers with the message of Jesus Christ. We do this through Bible centered and Holy Spirit inspired messages and discipleship. Discipleship and leadership development is a pillar of our ministry and we believe that intensional, relational discipleship develops, trains, and equips youth to flourish in Christ.

Come as you are. All youth in every walk of life are invited… 7-12th grade.

Youth Service every Sunday after worship in 10am service
See our Calendar for youth event dates

House Church

We are in the process of birthing a movement of House Church communities all over the Central Coast. A House Church is a gathering of 6-12 adults plus any associated children that meet at least twice a month to share meals, ministry, and mission.

Shared Meals
Eating together is essential to the culture of house church gatherings. Sharing meals is how we begin to enjoy one another, serve one another, and get to know one another more deeply across generations.

Shared Ministry
The sacred elements of ministry at a house church are worship, short devotions from the Bible, sharing, and prayer.

Shared Mission
House Church communities can beautifully reach our neighbors with the Gospel. Our neighbors are all the people who inhabit our professional and personal lives. During the times of sharing, members are encouraged to identify specific neighbors that God may be calling them to reach. The group as a whole then prays for these neighbors, asking God for opportunities to serve and build friendships.

Stay tuned for more information as the process unfolds!

Agape College

We want college students and young adults to feel established and connected in a home church, grow in community with one another, and deepen their relationship with God. This group is less about an age but more about the season of life after highschool (18-27ish).

College Leader | Mia Shin

Agape Worship

If we were to be defined by anything, it would be our passion for the transforming Presence of God and our love for His church. From the very beginning, worship has been a vital part of Agape Church’s DNA. There is no greater sight than people of all ages and backgrounds coming together and expressing love for Jesus during worship. From week to week, we pursue an encounter with Him and we welcome you to join us!

Worship Pastor | Jared Kline

Agape Ladies

The diversity at Agape provides many opportunities to minister to ladies from various backgrounds.

In the days we are living, we believe God is looking for those committed to Him, positioned to be an extension for others to follow. Joel says in the last days, God will pour out His Spirit on all flesh. As ladies in the body of Christ, it is our season to blaze new trails for others to follow; leading with a spirit of excellence.

see our Calendar for all Ladies Group activities.

Agape Men

The men’s group of Agape is a Christ-centered ministry dedicated to uniting men through vital relationships to become spiritual leaders in the home, church and community.

We encourage and provide a variety of opportunities for involvement, including small group meetings, one-on-one mentoring and accountability relationships, annual retreats (ManCamp) and adventure outings.

The men of Agape are active in the church body in many ways including vehicle oil changes for single ladies, moving assistance, BBQ’ing for church events and providing support for various outreaches and church functions.

see our Calendar for all Men’s Group activities