We desire to come alongside parents and help them “train their children in the way that they should go” ~Proverbs 22:6
KidzTown is a place where children are cared for and taught God’s word in a safe, creative and fun environment. Our children’s team strives to make each class and activity meet the developmental, social, and spiritual stages of all children from birth through 5th grade!
YOUR FIRST VISIT
We are excited to see you on Sunday mornings! At KidzTown Check-In, you will be welcomed by a Check-In volunteer who will help you get registered in our digital check-in system. You will be asked for:
- Parent(s) names
- Parent(s) emails
- Parent(s) phone numbers
- Children’s names
- Children’s ages
- Allergy information
- and any instructions you desire to leave
After this information is captured, we print:
- a label for each child,
- a security label,
- and, if needed, a label for your diaper bag.
We ask that you place each child’s label on their back. You should retain the security label, which the Lead Teacher will request before releasing your children at the end of class.
At future Check-Ins, you will only need to enter your name or phone number to Check-In and print these stickers.
To speed up the process on Sunday morning, you can also pre-register your children below.
babies & toddlers
Our wonderful Coordinators, along with our Lead Teachers and Assistants, are committed to doing everything they can to ensure
Our Preschool & Pre-K kids are often found running to class in anticipation of the fun that awaits them on Sunday morning! Greeted by a dedicated Lead Teacher and class Assistants, our kids are welcomed and invited into a warm and loving environment every week.
Through the expertise of our Preschool Area Coordinators, we implement the 3-year Gospel Project curriculum, which aims to teach children the truths about the Gospel through the stories in the Bible. As a part of this our Preschool & Pre-K
Our Elementary kids meet for a FUN and DYNAMIC large group worship time filled with songs, games and a Bible lesson. We use video and published curriculums, write some of our own and integrate skits, games, Bible memory, mission moments, object lessons and biblical themes to communicate Biblical truths on a kids' level.
After our big group meeting time, kids break up into small groups based on grades which are led by adult Small Group Leaders. The groups interact with questions and activities which allows them an opportunity to make
The first Sunday of every month is our family service, kids join their parents in the main service. During this Sunday our kids help lead us in worship through Scripture readings, worship, and/or drama. This gives them an opportunity at a young age to see and experience corporate worship with their parents. Worship bags are given out with simple activities kids can do during the service.