Grace Kids (Infant-Grade 5)

Where Kids Grow & Have Fun

Grace Kids is available at all campuses and strives to make disciples of children so they can be launched into God’s kingdom from an early age. We value Biblical teaching, creativity, love, acceptance, authenticity, safety and fun, and during each service at Grace, we provide just that! 

What to Expect/Check-In

First and foremost, you can expect that your children will have a fun while learning about God’s love through scripture. Click on the your child's age level to get more information:

We're excited for your child(ren) to worship with us! This ministry provides safe, age-specific environments that offer creative play, connection with the shepherds and Bible-centered worship and teaching. Upon arrival:

  1. Register in advance, if possible. When you arrive, come to the Children’s Welcome Center in the Lobby at each campus.

  2. If you are a visitor or have a new addition, we will assist you with check-in. If you are a Grace attender, check-in using your card or fingerprint. You’ll be given a printed name tag for each child and a matching parent/adult security tag. The alpha-numeric code on your printed parent/adult tag is also used on the LED displays in service to contact you if needed.

  3. Room Check-in:

    • Escort your child(ren) to their rooms and show your printed parent/adult security tags to enter the hallway. Keep your security tag with you because you’ll need to pick up your child(ren) after services. Your child’s security tag should be attached to his or her back and their name should be on their belongings.

    • Alert the room volunteers of any allergies.

    • We cannot admit your child if he or she had a cold or fever within the past 24 hours.

Still have questions? Check out our Grace Kids FAQ's.

We're excited for your child(ren) to worship with us! Children in this area gather in large rooms for worship, prayer and creative Bible teaching followed by small group time where they participate in Bible reading, crafts, games, application, sharing personal experiences and praying. Upon arrival:

  1. Register in advance, if possible. When you arrive, come to the Children’s Welcome Center in the Lobby at each campus.

  2. If you are a visitor or have a new addition, we will assist you with check-in. If you are a Grace attender, check-in using your card or fingerprint. You’ll be given a printed name tag for each child and a matching parent/adult security tag. The alpha-numeric code on your printed parent/adult tag is also used on the LED displays in service to contact you if needed.

  3. Room Check-in:

    • Once you receive your child's printed name tag from the Children's Welcome Center, you may enter the hallway.

    • Check-in with the greeter outside the appropriate room and alert them of any allergies. (Note: Children must be four years old and potty trained to be eligible for a preschool room).

    • Upon dismissal, you will need to show your printed security tag to the door attendant in order for your child to be released.

Still have questions? Check out our Grace Kids FAQ's.

Events

LIFT - Disability Ministry

LIFT (Loving Individuals and Families Together) is the disability ministry here at Grace Church. LIFT – Grace Kids (infant – 5th grade) seeks to provide ways to love kids with disabilities through weekend services in the LIFT room or with a one-on-one buddy as well as special events such as respite and family events. To learn more, visit the LIFT page. LIFT is currently only available at our 146th Street campus.

Register Your Kids

If you haven't done so yet, please register your child(ren) for the ministry year so we can correctly place them in the appropriate group/room.

Register

Volunteer 

Looking to get involved in Grace Kids through volunteering? We'd love to have you. We have dozens of opportunities for you to serve in Grace Kids (infant-5th Grade) and LIFT (Disability Ministry) at all campuses. View the complete list of volunteer roles on serving page and see our Volunteer Handbook for more information.

Volunteer Signup

 

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