Welcome to Family Ministries! Our mission is to engage with all ages and equip parents to be spiritual leaders in their homes. We partner with parents to help raise kids who will love God with all they have, because when kids have been saved by God’s unfailing love, their lives are changed, and they can make meaningful change in the lives of those around them. From newborns to high schoolers, we offer something for every stage of a child’s life. Explore our ministries and programs below, or reach out to our team so we can help your family get connected!
Join Us on Sundays
If your family is new to Stonebriar, visiting us on Sundays is a great place to start! Our Sunday programs help kids and teens discover God’s Word and His love for them through engaging activities, faithful Bible teaching, uplifting worship in song, and quality time with friends.
- Early Childhood Programming (Ages Birth–Kindergarten)—9 & 10:45 a.m.
- Elementary Programming (Grades 1–5)—9 &10:45 a.m.
- Special Needs Children’s Suite (Ages Birth–11)—10:45 a.m.
- Middle School (Grades 6–8)—10:45 a.m. in B156
- High School (Grades 9–12)—10:45 a.m. in B181
- Special Needs Tweeners’ Suite (Ages 12–17)—10:45 a.m.
The following articles are from Parenting Pathway, a Stonebriar Community Church blog dedicated to equipping and encouraging you no matter where you are on the incredible adventure of parenting!
- Navigating Sexuality and Pornographyon May 20, 2022
In this Parenting Pathway class, we invited counselor and life coach Sydney Squires from Lifeologie Counseling in Frisco to lead us in a discussion […]
- The Secret to a Fun Family Summeron May 12, 2022
It can be frustrating to manage the family summer schedule, especially when your kids need and enjoy different things. You might find you must […]
- 3 Ways I’m Turning Into My Mother (And It’s Not So Bad)on May 5, 2022
It might sneak up on you or be slow to develop, but there is one day in every mom’s life when she realizes that she is becoming her mother. Whether […]
- Pornography from a Mom’s Perspectiveon April 28, 2022
So many of us have a “not my child” perspective or a view that we have some super power to protect our kids from the world they live in. But my […]