We talk about real life at our weekend services. Sometimes, that’s not appropriate for children. And, let’s be honest, if you still have to think about how to tie your shoes, you probably aren’t ready to talk about eternal life decisions. Plus, have you tried to get a kid to sit still for an hour? They’ll get bored and end up distracting you and those around you.
Safety is one of our highest priorities. That’s why you’ll receive a unique parent identification code each time you check in. Every volunteer is screened and has all of their clearances. Additionally, no volunteer is ever permitted to be alone with a child. You may also notice that our hallways are monitored by security during each experience.
On your first visit, just look for the kids area (it’s the big, purple wall). We encourage you to come at least 15 minutes early so we can show you around and get you registered. Or, you can fill out this form to let us know you are coming for a visit. We look forward to having your child join us.
In the event that we need to contact you during the service, we will display the code from your check-in tag in the auditorium. We ask that you come to the kid’s check in desk where a staff member or leader will direct you to your child’s room.
We strive to keep our environments as germ-free as possible. We wipe down toys, tables, and other surfaces touched by children between services. If a child appears to be sick, a parent will be contacted immediately and asked to keep the child with them for the duration of the service.