From the age of 6 weeks up to 6th grade, we make sure the lesson and activities are just right for your kids.
We know it’s hard to get kids out the door. (Seriously – how do so many shoes go missing in a single week!?)
We can’t help with the shoes, but once you get them here – we make it easy for ya!
Our fully trained staff is on-hand and ready to go at KidCity! Prepped with age-appropriate curriculum, super fun activities and snacks, your kiddos are in great hands from the moment you drop them off.
Bring your kiddos and their shoes to KidCity in the “Elementary Building”
Sign them in and get your matching name & pickup tag (the first time they come, you’ll need to fill out a quick info form) & take them to their assigned classroom
Go enjoy your time and experience at CityChurch
Afterward, bring your pickup tag to get the kiddos
Be ready to hear all about the new stories, crafts, and songs they learned!
At the risk of going all Whitney Houston here, the children are our future, right? We want them to feel just as valued and loved as you will feel here. That’s why we invest in keeping a full education staff and volunteers at CityChurch. This isn’t a babysitting service; our passionate staff and fully-trained volunteers are teaching kids about faith and Jesus. From the age of 6 weeks up to 6th grade, we make sure the curriculum and activities are designed for their age level and based on their needs.
School-age children will have the chance to not only connect with their individual class, but will also attend a larger group for collective worship and teaching.
At the 10:00a service, we also have our “King’s Table” program available which serves our special needs children. Please contact Debbie Montellano to find out more about this unique offering.
Because the kids here at CityChurch are important to us ALL the time, not just on Sundays, we also offer events throughout the year. Visit our event calendar for details.
Have a question about getting your kids involved at CityChurch? Contact our Elementary Director: Amy Richardson.