Kids have serious fun as they develop an authentic faith at Bridge Kids. Amazing leaders will teach them about Jesus on their level during the best hour of their week -
God speaks to us through His word, the Bible. Every month we have a new Bible verse to memorize! It is printed on the weekly Cue Card so you can practice at home too!
Whether it is sharing a prayer request, praying out loud for their group, or being prayed over by a leader, our hope is that kids learn to be comfortable talking to God.
God created a big world and we believe even the smallest people can make a difference in it! Jesus never intended for our relationship with him to be just about an hour on Sundays. We provide resources to keep the conversations that started on Sunday going all week long.
From the moment you pull in the parking lot, you'll notice lots of friendly faces eager to show you the way.
Your first stop when you arrive is the first-time-families check in area. We want to serve you and your child well, so we'll take some time to get to know you. We'll ask about allergies, make sure we know what your child likes to be called, and collect your contact information.
Then, you and your child will both get a sticker with a matching code. If for any reason we need to reach you during the service, you'll see your kid's code in the lower corner of the screen. This sticker is also what you'll use to pick up your child after service.
Keep conversation going on the ride home by using the Cue Card to ask your child questions about what they learned and why it matters. Our hope is to give you simple conversation starters that spark discussion.
You can find more resources and the lessons your kids watched in class by downloading the Parent Cue app.
During the preschool years, children move to the next room as soon as
they have a birthday. (ex: Jonah moves from the 2-3 year old room to the
4-5 year old room the Sunday after his 4th birthday).
Elementary kids move to a new class once a year on Move Up Sunday.
Each class starts in a separate room, comes together for Large Group and
then breaks off into age-specific small groups.