What happens at Kid City, anyway?

Kids are encouraged and challenged every week at Kid City to trust God, make wise choices, and build lasting friendships. Here's what every kid experiences when they come to Kid City...

Games

After checking your child into Kid City, they'll jump into some fun games. Kids who come early can sign up to get chosen to compete in our Big Stage Games. Our crazy games bring smiles to all.

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Worship

Our worship team, made up of students, teens and adults takes the stage next. We want kids to capture a heart of worship for God. Praise is definitely a priority here at Kid City.

"Mission Accomplished"

Every month we challenge our kids to live out the message where it really counts... at home, school and everywhere they go. In this segment of the production, we interview kids who have completed their challenge sheet. We believe their stories encourage and inspire others to do the same. Their changed lives spark change in their peers.

Kid city - Mission accomplished

Look at the Book

This is the part of our time together where kids learn a Bible story. We use drama, video and object lessons to help make the message come to life. Each week we have one very simple truth or bottom line that we want kids to walk away with and remember.

Kid city - lessons n skits

Small Group

Next, kids travel back to their small group classroom where their leaders help them understand how the day's bottom line can fit into their everyday life. Small group leaders at Kid City are serious about having fun with kids and passionate about teaching the TRUTH. We want kids to see how God's word fits into their lives, to learn how to talk to Him, and to build friendships that will last. Families who come to the same service each week connect with the same small group of kids and the same small group leader. That way they get connected and we have the best chance to establish a relationship that's going to matter when they need it most.

At the end of service, parents will pick up their kids from their child's small group classroom. We always match the security code on the child's nametag with the number on the parent's security tag.