At Redeemer, we teach every age level Biblical truths through Bible stories, songs, crafts, and games. We encourage our children to memorize scripture, bring their Bibles, and actively participate in the lesson. On Sunday mornings, we offer classes for kids spanning from birth to 6th grade.
9am Service Time
We offer classes for Infants-Kindergarten during this service.
10:45am Service Time
We offer classes for Infants-Kindergarten during this service, as well as for elementary (a 1st-4th class, and a 5th-6th class) and youth DNAs (7th-12th).
All parents must check in their children up through 4th grade in on a weekly basis, so please arrive a few minutes prior to the beginning of class time. For assistance, ask any of our RedeemerKids servants in a blue T-shirt.
Sunday Morning FAQs
What should I bring for my child?
Children from birth to potty training should have a diaper bag or backpack that is clearly labeled. This bag should include plenty of diapers or pull-ups, wipes, weather appropriate change of clothes, snacks (for children with allergies), sippy cup or bottle that is clearly labeled, and any formula or breast milk that may be needed.
How do I check-in and check-out my child?
Check-in kiosks will be obviously positioned at the entrance to the children's classrooms (you can't miss them). You will check-in your child on Sunday mornings at the children's ministry kiosks, and your child will receive a nametag unique for that week. You will also receive a unique pick-up ticket which you must show to the teacher when picking up your child. This ensures the most secure enviornment for your child.
What if my child has special needs?
We are more than willing to do whatever we can to help our children with special needs have a wonderful experience in our children's ministry classes and events. Please contact our Children's Ministry Director for details or with any questions. If your child has an allergy, please include this information as you check your child in the first time, and the information will be printed out on his/her label whenever he/she is checked in.