Children

There is no greater life than growing up in Gods House - Senior Leader Robert Sharpe

Worship Church Kids is an all-out church, and parent effort to capture a child’s heart for Jesus. To do that, the ministry must fully capture a child’s imagination.

Your First Visit

From babies to fifth graders, our team wants to give your family an excellent experience. 

 

When you arrive, our team will happily show you the way to the children’s area. You’ll go to the first-time check-in station where you can tell us a little about your family to help us serve you well. On our check-in form we’ll ask things like what allergies your child may have, how many children are in your family, and get your contact information. 

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Nursery

Your child will experience personal care from our well-staffed team. We keep our nursery rooms ready for your little ones with age-appropriate toys that are thoroughly cleaned between services.

We know babies have specific needs and schedules, so when you bring your child to the classroom, we have an easy-to-use form that you can fill out to let our team know the feeding, sleeping, and changing needs your child has. We also take time to love and pray for your child each week.

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PreSchool

In preschool, children start to engage more with their church experience, so we help them interact and build their faith through stories, crafts, and songs that give them Biblical truths. They also start to form relationships with other kids and their teachers.

Elementary

Every weekend, your children first through fifth grade come to a Worship Church Kids service where they experience dynamic worship and Biblical teaching. Together, they learn about the Bible and how to have a relationship with God, memorize Scripture, and have fun developing friendships with each other.

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Partnering with Parents

We believe the best way we can help your kids develop a strong spiritual foundation is by partnering with you.

 

Together, we can help encourage, train, and pray for them as they grow in their faith.

Here are some practical ways you can help us make the most of your child’s time spent at church:

  • Pick a consistent service time and location to help your kids build a relationship with their consistent Small Group leader and other kids their age.

  • Practice the current Worship Church Kids Scripture memorization with your kids.

  • Build relationships with other Worship Church parents.

  • Pray for your children each week as they come to church, and pray for our teams as they serve and care for your kids.

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