Kid's Quest

Join us on Sunday

During our Sunday worship gatherings, Kid’s Quest engages children with the life-changing truth of the gospel while elevating and supporting parents as the primary disciple-makers of their children. We teach children the Bible and encourage them to engage with God’s mission to make disciples of all nations through fun, engaging, and age-appropriate programming.

We recognize that you are entrusting us with the safety of your children while they are in our care. We go to great lengths to ensure that all our children’s environments are safe and secure.  Each space is supervised by multiple staff members and volunteers who have been carefully vetted and trained toward this end.  We also pursue low child-to-teacher ratios for optimal learning and safety.



Sundays: 9 AM | 11 AM

The infant and toddler years are critical for a child’s development.  Our nursery uses play, speech, caretaking, and singing to begin teaching each child about God and His deep love for us.  Our toddler areas help children establish a foundation on God’s Word through Bible stories, crafts, worship, prayer and a monthly memory verse.



Sundays: 9 AM | 11 AM

In the preschool years, children continue to learn about God in community, engaging with others in respectful and meaningful ways.  On Sundays your preschooler will connect with other children in two settings. Small group time consists of a warm-up activity, a craft or game, a Bible truth, and a snack. Large group time, called Treehouse, brings their Bible lesson to life through acting and singing.



Sundays: 9 AM | 11 AM

During the elementary years, we help children recognize their need for God’s grace, for a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and begin to see their role in God’s mission to make disciples and multiply churches among all nations. Large group time engages children through interactive storytelling, verse memorization, singing and focused prayer.  Then, in small groups, leaders help the children reflect on God’s Word through group activities and intentional discussion. Often, leaders build lasting mentorship relationships with the kids they lead.


Awana is a weekly program which provides a fun environment for children and youth ages 3-18 to learn God’s Word. Each week, Awana provides teaching and training to develop strong moral and spiritual values, helping our “clubbers” learn about the reality of God and the truth of the Bible.  Awana meets from September through May on Sundays from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.  To learn more, visit our AWANA page.



How do I check in? 

Kid’s Check-in opens 20 minutes before each service starts. If you’re visiting us for the first time, you will need to fill out a quick registration card to receive your child’s entry sticker. The sticker serves two purposes:

  • Parent Paging – If we need to get a hold of you, the number on your sticker will be displayed in the auditorium and throughout the building.
  • Child Pick-up – You must present your portion of the sticker before we release your child.

Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or older sibling who is 16 or older. Children may not check themselves in.


Where do I go? 

Follow the signs to a Kid’s Quest check-in area or look for one of our volunteers in a blue Kid’s Quest shirt. We’re glad to answer all your questions.


Want to serve? 

We invite you to apply!  Please know that every volunteer is thoroughly trained and screened before they can begin serving. Apply (Adult)  Apply (Minor)



For more information on Parent Commissioning Class and Kid’s Baptism Class, visit the Classes page.



Take a look at our Welcome Brochure for check-in locations and other helpful info. Contact us: [email protected].


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