Kids of Hope

We partner with parents to provide a loving, Biblical foundation for children ages birth to sixth grade. Kids of Hope volunteers love children and provide special programs for them every Saturday Night and Sunday. Large group and small group activities help them grow in their faith. Students are encouraged to participate in mission-focused activities, Bible memory, group praise and worship, and interactive Bible lessons.

The Nursery is a loving place where your children will receive quality care by devoted adults. All of the adults are screened with a background check to ensure your child’s safety.

First Time Visit When you first come to visit we will have friendly volunteers to greet you at either of our Welcome Desks where you will get to register your child. This volunteer will then show you to the room your child will be in and give you a first time visitor gift bag!

Check-In Children will be checked in and checked out at the same room. At drop off you will get a number tag which will correspond to the tag your child will wear throughout service. The numbers will be matched up at pick up.

Parents can enjoy the service knowing that we can reach them if necessary. When you check your little one into The Nursery, you will receive a number tag. If it is necessary to have you return to check on your child, your number will flash on the screen.

Nursing Moms – A Quiet Room is available for you at the back of the sanctuary, complete with screened area and rocking chair so that you can nurse in privacy and still enjoy the service.

Kids of Hope partners with families to lead kids into a genuine, life-changing relationship with Jesus!

KIDS OF HOPE – POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
  • Promotion to new classes
    Classes begin and end on Promotion Day,which is just before the official school year starts. Children are placed in classes by birth date or current grade level. Nursery and toddler children move up as they develop but move into the Kindergarten class on Promotion Day.

  • Sickness Policy
    In order to keep all of our children healthy and happy, we ask that you please let children stay home if they have a fever greater than 99.0 or any contagious illness. To maintain healthy rooms, our volunteers are instructed not to admit sick children.
  • Security Procedures
    At check-in, parents will receive a Number which corresponds to the number that the child will wear during service. These numbers are unique. At check-out, children will only be released to parents who show the corresponding ID card.
  • Emergency Procedures
    All classrooms are equipped with a first aid kit. If a situation arises where you are needed, your child’s ID card number will flash in red on the bottom of the screen in the sanctuary. If you see your child’s number appear, please go directly to your child’s classroom. If an emergency arises that is beyond our ability to treat, 911 will be called immediately.