Are you joining us for the first time?
Save yourself a couple minutes by printing and filling out this first time family form. Bring it with you when you visit, and we’ll get your children registered at the check in counter!
What your kids will experience.
We know it’s tough being a kid, and raising a child is difficult, so we want to partner with you and provide a safe, fun, healthy environment for your child to learn more about Jesus.
Hang out with friends.
We love giving kids time to make friends at church! We offer games and crafts before each lesson.
Small group time.
In small groups, kids connect with a consistent small group leader to discuss the story and how it applies to their lives.
Gather for worship.
We come together in a large group for worship with fun motions and kid-friendly music.
Fun things to take home.
Crafts and handouts to remind kids about the Bible story they learned about.
A story from the Bible.
Kids will hear a story from the Bible told on their level with kid-friendly applications.
See what your child loved about KidzWorld! Ask them “Did you have fun?” & “What did you learn?”
Your child is welcome here.
Want to save yourself a couple minutes? Fill out this first time family form, bring it with you when you visit, and we’ll get your children registered at the check in counter!
These things are our top priority.
As our kids grow up, our lessons focus on helping them gain wisdom and reflect Jesus to the people around them.
Proverbs 22:6 says that when a parent raises a child in the way they should go, when they grow up they likely will not stray from it. We want to partner with you to teach your children to have a lasting relationship with Jesus.
We do background checks on all of our volunteers in KidzWorld. We also spend time training them on safety procedures, policies, and equip them to minister to your child to the best of their abilities.
We have many procedures and plans in place to make sure your child is safe in any event. KidzWorld is a nut-free zone, every adult is background-checked, doors are locked during service, check-in badges make sure that only YOU can pick up your child, and there are always at least 2 adults in every classroom—just a few ways we make sure your child is safe.