Kids are valued at Redeemer!
That’s why we design meaningful, fun activities for each age group that focus on teaching biblical truths while building healthy connections. Your children will be comfortable as caring volunteers keep them busy! From classes on Sundays, to regular social events, to chances to serve others, Redeemer kids are learning to let God into every part of their lives.
Any questions? Contact our Director of Children, Youth & Family Ministry Ms. Amy Long.
Remember to Register Your Children
Annual registration form for children’s activities – includes photo release and toileting policy for little ones. If you have not filled out the form online, you will need to complete the form in person before enrolling in our kids ministry programs.
Covenant Pines Bible Camp registration now open | Register online
- 2022 camp brochures and scholarship applications are now available for students in grades 2-12
- Contact Ms. Amy to learn more about our partnership with Covenant Pines Bible Camp
Redeemer Kids Ministry during Sunday Services:
>> Check-in/Check-out: Parents/guardians will need to sign children in and out of Bible Blast at the Kids Receiving Desk each Sunday morning. Check-in will be available before service begins so that children can go directly to Bible Blast after the children’s sermon.
- Family Room: Families with active little ones may use our new Family Room, just outside the sanctuary doors, during both services with livestream of the service. Parents supervise their own children.
- For early childhood: During the service for ages birth – age 4
- For elementary ages: Children’s worship for ages 5 – 5th grade is called Bible Blast and meets in the Mountains Room during the sermon. We are including a children’s message during every service so kids can participate in person or via livestream.
During the school year, you are invited to join other moms who are gathering to study and grow together as we encourage and support one another. Read more.
Nurturing Your Family’s Faith
February is Black History Month | But you can explore the subject with your kids any time of year! Read Ms. Amy’s message, including recommended books for children.
Recommended by Ms. Amy | Talking to Children About Difficult World Events
For Use at Home | Here are some great resources for parents and grandparents: