Rise Kids is for kids birth thru 5th grade. Your children will experience kid-inspired fun in every service and classroom through energetic worship music, interactive games, and bright, friendly environments.
Our team is made up of people who feel called to share the love of Jesus with kids, and every Sunday they help bring excitement and enjoyment to your child’s church experience.

We Are Here To Partner With You

As a parent you want your kids to grow up: Making wiser choices, Building stronger relationships, Developing a deeper faith.
Rise Kids uses a children’s ministry curriculum that weaves music, communicator scripts, small group discussions, video presentations, and creative activities together to reinforce one clear and simple bottom line each week so kids can walk away and remember what matters most.

Registering Your Kids

When you arrive follow the signs to our Rise Kids Check-In. There we will register your child. We will ask for basic information such as child’s name, parent/guardian’s name, and any special instructions for your child (allergies, etc.). Once the registration process is complete we will guide you to Rise Kids where you can meet our Rise Kids Team that will serve your kids.

Your Kids Are Safe and Secure

You and your child will receive tags with a corresponding security number. Your child will need to wear the name tag while in Rise Kids and you will keep the corresponding parent tag. The parent tag is your identification to enter the children’s area and for your child to be released to you after the service. If you lose your parent tag, go directly to Rise Kids Check-In Counter and show a photo ID.
For the safety of your child, only parents, guardians, or adult family members are permitted to pick up a child from their classroom.  Your parent tag will be matched with your child’s name tag by authorized Rise Kids personnel just prior to releasing your child to you.

On The Way Home

We expect your kids will have fun and learn.  We encourage families to continue the conversation on the way home.  Your kids should be able to tell you the One Big Thing they learned each week.  And of course…that they had fun learning it!
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