At 10:05 each Sunday morning, K - 3rd grade children are greeted in the reception area on the basement level of the Sanctuary Building. They will get a nametag at our computer check-in stations and meet a small group leader in their grade -divided classrooms.
This leader will introduce them to other children in their grade and they will have a snack while spending a few minutes fellowshipping with their own age group.
This important time begins at 10:20 each Sunday morning. In Large group, the children participate in meaningful worship and hear a Bible story presented in a way that is both memorable and relevant to their modern lives. Watch out! You may be shocked by how much your child actually enjoys and knows his or her Bible lessons!
This is one of the most important times of the morning...because this is when our small group leaders get the chance to get to know every child individually. The children break into age divided small groups (The same groups each week, with the same teachers each week) to pray, learn, and laugh together. We want every child who comes into Kingdom Kids to know that there is a place for him or her in the Kingdom and that someone who knows and loves them will be there each week. This small group leader will review the Bible story and guide the children through games and activities that reinforce the bottom line of that week’s Bible story.
What we Teach
In Kingdom Kids, we strive to impress upon our children the following concepts:
THE BIG GOD STORY- God began a redemptive story at the birth of the world and it continues even today in our modern lives.
RELATIONSHIP - God wants to know us and for us to know Him in a personal way. Grace, character, and love flow out of that relationship with Him.
TRUTH - We believe that the Bible is 100% true and is the final authority in our lives. God reveals himself to us through the Bible.
While all this sounds very "theological," make no mistake, there is no room for boring when we are talking about the God who created the universe with its' many wonders. A child's worship and a child's faith doesn't always look the same as an adults' worship and faith, so expect to see kids being kids, worshipping as kids, and reveling in their child-like faith!
For questions and information about volunteering in Kingdom Kids, pleace contact Cheryl at email@example.com or to Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org.