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Station Kidz! offers a place where children can discover and develop a passion for God!
Station Kidz! is here to serve your K5-5th grade students. During our Sunday service, kids get to experience their very own service with worship, a message, and breakout groups in a safe, friendly and enjoyable atmosphere. Our leaders serve to ensure your kids encounter God, have fun, and feel loved.
The safety and security of your children are our top priority. Our check-in and pick-up process is simple yet efficient. Our goal is for you to enjoy the service, knowing your kids are secure, while having a great time.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS?
WILL MY KIDS BE SAFE?
All of our Station Kidz! staff and volunteers receive proper training before serving in our children’s ministry.
WHAT IF MY CHILD HAS BEEN SICK DURING THE WEEK?
To attend Station Kidz!, we ask that your child be free of fever and the symptoms of a viral infection for at least 24 hours before they attend a Sunday service.
WHEN DOES MY CHILD MOVE UP TO THE NEXT AGE GROUP?
Babies through Pre-K should move up on their birthday. Kids K-5th Grade should move up on Station Kidz! Move Up Day (middle of August).
HOW DO I CHECK MY CHILD INTO KIDZ STATION!?
You may be wondering where to go when you arrive at our Sunday worship gathering. Our Station Kidz! check-in is just off of the main lobby where you will find an entire team of people ready to help you get to the right place. Our Check-in team will greet you, help you get your child(ren) signed in, and personally escort you to your child’s classroom. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have about our children’s ministry. Plus, there are always friendly people in our lobby and hallways wearing “Guest Services” lanyards that are looking to serve you in any way that they can.
HOW WILL I KNOW IF MY CHILD NEEDS ME DURING WORSHIP?
If at any time your child needs your attention, you will receive a text message to your cell phone and you can quietly exit the worship time to go check on your child’s needs.