KingdomKids - Preschool Ministry
Preschool kids (birth through Pre-K) love coming to KingdomKids!
Here they will experience learning about God in fun, interactive ways. Judah, our friendly mascot (named after the Lion of Judah), visits Kingdom Club each week to help teach truths found in the Bible. Kids are challenged to memorize Bible verses and guided in learning how to apply God's Word to their daily lives. Each month the kids have the opportunity to see a puppet show, do special crafts, and worship God through music and prayer. KingdomKids isn't a daycare; it's a place where the next generation can begin laying the foundation for their own walks with Jesus.
Sunday & Wednesday
Sundays at 9:00 am and 10:00 am
When visiting KingdomKids for the first time on a Sunday morning, be sure to enter our facility at the south entrance by the flagpole. As you enter, you’ll find our hosts ready to help you at the check-in counters. KindgdomKids' LifeGroup starts at 9:00 am, and Worship (which includes KingdomClub) begins at 10:00 am.
Wednesdays at 6:30 pm
At 6:30 pm on Wednesday nights during the school year, we have activities for all ages - including our preschoolers! Ages birth through Pre-K will have a devotional and play time while parents participate in Bible study.
Things you should know:
When you check in you will receive a Guardian Label. You must present this when you pick up your child—no exceptions.
Drop Off & Pick Up
Children are accepted into the classroom 15 minutes prior to the service and should be picked up immediately following the service.
For the health and safety of the other children in the classroom we ask that you not bring your child to KingdomKids if they show signs or symptoms of a fever or any other contagious disease.
It is imperative that guest registration information be filled out for each child visiting KingdomKids. Our hosts are available to help you with the check-in process.
Tips & Reminders
Please label all of your childrens’ belongings. We discourage parents from allowing their children to bring their own toys into class with them, as it is easy for them to be misplaced or forgotten.