Heath Kids

Partnering With Parents To Raise Up Believers.

Meet Jesus

Our primary goal is to partner with you in leading your child to an understanding of Jesus.

Make Friends

We believe that community is just as important for your child as it is for you. We aim to provide a safe, clean environment for your child to engage with others.

Have Fun

We want your child to grow up enjoying church which is why we strive to ensure that kids not only learn but enjoy their time in our kids’ church.

                What Is Heath Kids?

Every Sunday, Babies Through Fifth-Grade Kids Experience Safe, Age-Appropriate Environments Where The Bible Is Taught In A Creative and Fun Way.  Heath Kids Church takes place during the main worship service for adults, starting at 10:00 a.m.  One of our friendly, trained Heath Kids staff members will be waiting to welcome your child.

Heath Kids

We Want To Come Alongside You As You Prepare Your Child To Live A Life With Christ

FAQs

What Does A Service Look Like?

Your child will start their time in one of our classrooms at 10:00 a.m. where they will take part in learning a song as part of our kids’ choir. After singing the song with the kids’ choir for the congregation in “big church,” they will take part in an offering march and end up in an age-appropriate classroom where they will hear an engaging Bible story taught by one of our excellent Heath Kids staff, as well as enjoy other Christ-centered, fun activities.  At the end of the 10:00 a.m. adult worship service, parents will pick up their kids at the main Kids Auditorium.

What Should They Wear?

Play clothes or dress clothes are always welcome. We want kids to be comfortable in their environment.

Can I Meet My Child's Teacher?

Absolutely. By filling out the registration below, we will be able to plan so that your child’s teacher is aware of your visit.  If you’ve not pre-registered, your child’s teacher will still be available after the service to talk to for as long as you wish.

How Do I Talk To My Children About Their Experience?

We encourage you to ask 2 questions on your ride home.

Did you have fun?

What did you learn?

Our goal is that you get a positive response to both of these questions.

Plan Your Child’s Visit

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