Zoe Kids exists to help our children know and love Jesus Christ, and to discover in him the knowledge of God and how to live in the world he has created. Our commitment to every family is that we will do our best to ensure our children are safe and have fun while learning about Jesus from the Bible. All of our volunteers at Zoe Kids are background checked and screened, as well as trained in following our Child Protection Policies. If you have any questions about the measures we take to keep our kids safe, please contact us.
The following ministries take place during Sunday service for children 9 months or older. We also have volunteers dedicated to helping any children with special needs be included in our Sunday programs. Please note that while we try to ensure enough volunteers for our regular attenders and visitors, for the safety of all involved class space is limited according to our maximum ratios of adults to children. Children of all ages are always welcome to join their parents in the general worship service.
Elementary (1st-5th Grade)
Elementary-aged children will start each week singing worship songs followed by a scripture-memorization song. They’ll play a game, go over a Bible lesson and do a craft to reinforce the lesson each week.
Kindergarten (4-5 years old)
Preschoolers will start with the toddlers and have a time of singing and learning worship and scripture songs. Then they’ll break off for an age-appropriate Bible lesson, a snack, and a craft.
Toddlers (2-3 years old)
Toddlers will start each week with a time of worship and scripture songs. Then they’ll break off for snacks, an age-appropriate Bible lesson and activities. Please take them potty before you leave!
Infants (9 – 24 months old)
Your little one(s) will be able to play in a safe environment, enjoy songs and interacting with other children, and have a snack of puffs and water. Please leave a diaper bag with your baby when you drop them off!
Snacks are served in some classes (normally goldfish or puffs for infants). Please inform us if you would not like your child to receive a snack, or if you bring your own.