KidConnect What to Expect

KidConnect What to Expect

What To Expect

Sign Up

On your first visit we will ask you to fill out an information sheet so that we have everything we need to know about your child, such as special health needs.

Sign In

All kids need to be signed in, each week, when you arrive at church. Kids preschool and older are signed in at the table in the lobby with the orange tablecloth, right as you are walking into the gym. Babies (walking) and toddlers can be brought directly to our “Stepping Stones” group where one of our caregivers will check in your child and make sure both you and your child feel secure. Mothers and infants (crawling and younger) may use our “quiet” room throughout the service as needed.

Drop Off

The babies and toddlers rooms are open starting at 9:45. Kids preschool and older stay in the service with you for worship time, and are dismissed together to their groups at around 10:15. You are welcome to come out with your child and walk over with all of us to the group area, or your child can simply join the group of kids heading out of the gym and into the lobby area where we then separate into our groups.


We will text you if there is a problem with your child, so please make sure we have your cell phone number, and that you keep your phone close to you during the service, set to vibrate. Let us know if you would prefer that we use a different method.

Pick Up

Please come promptly after the service to pick up your child. We dismiss all kids one at a time, and only to the parent or guardian whose name is on the daily sign in sheet. Please do not enter the group’s room or space unless the teacher or caregiver welcomes you in.


Any kids who have been sick within the last 24 hours need to stay with you so that we can keep all our kids and volunteers healthy. This includes fever, vomiting or diarrhea, infection or other communicable disease.


We encourage all of our families to keep the conversation going throughout the week! We provide many resources to help you initiate spiritual conversations, such as weekly emails, smart phone apps, websites, videos, and music. We want to partner with you as you guide your kids through their journey of faith!