City Kids Flight
Three's, Four's and Kindergarten
Preparing kids to take flight in Christ
Our program for these children is designed to be a warm and friendly nurturing environment, where your children can learn about God's love. Activities include: Bible lessons, memory verses, crafts, worship, snack time, & outdoor play time.
In the Three year old classroom we use the D6 Curriculum. D6 connects the church to home and families to one another. D6 curriculum is one of the most effective small group and Sunday school curriculum you can find. D6 is based on the principles of Deuteronomy 6:5-9 - love God, love His Word, and teach your children to do the same.
The Four's thru Kindergarten classes use the Dig-In Curriculum. Digging Into the Life of Jesus leads kids in walking in Jesus’ footsteps from his birth to his resurrection and ascension. Kids don’t just learn about the historical Jesus; they get to know him personally. They’ll discover that Jesus is a real person—a real friend—who makes a difference in their lives today.
Please check your child in at the City Kids check-in kiosk each week. For your child’s first visit, you will be asked to register at our "New Families" Kiosk. We use this to record pertinent information and dates when your child visits us. After your initial visit, they become a regular attendee and will receive a permanent name sticker. It is important that you indicate if your child has any allergies, special needs or custody issues so we can address your needs.
Security & Pick-up:
Numbers are assigned at the check-in kiosk, a name/number sticker is presented to the parent who checked the child in. If your child should need you during the service, this number will flash on the red lighted number panel located in the sanctuaries. At pick up, your child will only be released to the person with the name/number claim sticker. All City Kids team members go through special training and are processed and screened for Megan’s Law and International clearance. They also will be wearing a name badge to identify them as City Kids team members.