What To Expect 

Bridge Kids is extremely exciting and fun! Before bringing your child please be advised that exposing your children to the Bridge Kids experience may result in your children nagging you to go to church and not wanting to miss a single week!

Come Visit Us

Upon arriving with your child for the first time, you will be greeted by one of our Bridge Kids team members who will assist you with registering your child. You will then be allowed to view the classroom spaces we have available, and then you’re off to enjoy your time in our main service. While you are in the main sanctuary, your child will have their own scheduled experience that includes worship, guided craft and activity time, a fun and engaging lesson, followed by snack time and dismissal time.

Your child’s safety is our first priority. All volunteers must pass a background check before volunteering with Bridge Kids. We have a security team to ensure everyone’s safety. 

The Bridge Kids Approach!

We count it an honor to partner up with you as a parent as you train your children in the way that they should go. All lessons are age appropriate and incorporate experiential elements that will engage your child through play, guided activities and memorable experiences. Our lessons are designed to follow the theme of what you are learning that day so that you can have the confidence to share and reinforce the the truth of God’s Word into their lives.

What will my child learn in Bridge Kids?

Every Sunday we take the same message that is being taught to adults and break it down to your child’s age and understanding. We make it fun by adding activities and crafts to reinforce what they learn.

What can I expect in Bridge Kids?

In Bridge Kids, you can expect a fun and safe space where your children will begin nagging you to go to church and not wanting to miss a single week. 

How do I ensure my kids are safe at Bridge Kids?

Upon arrival to church parents are asked to bring their children downstairs to our department where they will be checked in. When service is over only designated family members are allowed to pick up their children. 

What health precautions do you take?

We ask that if your child is exhibiting any of the following symptoms below that they do not attend service: fever, common cold, colored mucus, unexplained rash or skin infection, lice, diarrhea or vomiting, sore threat, constant cough or croup, pink eye or any other eye infection and any communicable disease.

What is Bible Story TIme?

Bible Story Time is a way that we make the Bible come alive for children around the world. Billy and Ms. Karina dive into a different bible story each time and share some practical tips for your children.

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What Our Families are Saying

“My children look forward to go to Bridge Kids every Sunday. When they come home they talk about what they learned. Our daughter has come out of her shell and loves spending time with everyone there.”

“Our children like how they learn different bible stories and new verses. They know that Jesus is the reason to not be fearful of anything and is their healer. They are surrounded by like-minded children who know that God created them equally but uniquely.