During each of our Sunday services, our kids classrooms provide much more than childcare. From the moment you drop off your child to the moment you pick them up, they experience a safe, age-specific environment designed with them in mind. Our teams present fun and engaging activities that teach them about God.
Our check-in area is located in the Kids Lobby to the right of the main auditorium. There, our trained volunteers will guide you through the process and to your child’s classroom.
Each guardian and their child will receive an ID sticker and a unique pager code.
To check a child out, present your ID sticker to your child’s classroom teacher or assistant.
If your ID sticker is misplaced, head to the check-in area for a reprint.
For your convenience
If, for any reason, you need to bring your child out of the nursery or a classroom for a short time and do not feel comfortable bringing them into the auditorium, you do not have to worry about missing the service. It is live streamed on screens in the cafe and lobby for your convenience. You can also bring your children right into the service, as they are always welcome!
Your child is very important to us. Our nursery is staffed with caring, well trained adults. There are plenty of age-appropriate toys and opportunities to interact with others. Parents can feel confident their little ones are getting personal care in a safe and nurturing environment.
Our preschool classrooms are designed especially for preschoolers’ inquisitive nature. They get the chance to channel their creativity at arts and crafts time, learn songs at the welcome circle and play games that prepare them to learn a weekly multimedia Bible lesson taught by popular video character Ollie the Owl. There is also time to munch on snacks and participate in free play.
We all know how enthusiastic kindergartners can be. Our teachers love to help them channel that enthusiasm in a way that helps them learn as well. After craft time, kindergartners gather for music and an activity that makes them get on their toes and put on their thinking caps. It might be a treasure hunt or a guessing game. No matter what it is, they have fun! Then kids take part in a multimedia lesson from popular video character, Ollie the Owl. After that, they get together for a group activity that helps keep the lesson of the day fresh in their minds. Lastly, they enjoy a snack time followed by some age-appropriate games.
Our elementary classrooms are set up to combined high energy activities with opportunities to build friendships and learning. They start with arts and crafts, then move into live relationship-building games designed to help them learn how to work together. Each Sunday, a guest “character” comes to visit the classroom and interact with the children, followed by a multimedia Bible lesson. After that, they join together for another activity to help them remember what they learned. Stay tuned for a new music program in the works for elementary classrooms, as well.