When and where does NewStory Kids meet?
We have one service that meets Sundays at 10:00am. When you arrive, please go to any check-in station and check your child in. The location for children ages 0-36 months and 1st-5th graders is on the 1st floor of Aspen Hall. 37 months to Kindergarten is located on the 3rd floor of Aspen Hall.
What to expect for Infants:
Lots of hugs and play start the morning and transitions to songs and bible learning through use of stimulating visual, tactile and auditory experiences engaging babies from birth to 18 months. Snacks for older babies who can feed themselves.
What to expect with Toddlers and twos:
What to expect for Preschool-Kindergarten:
What to expect for Elementary:
Our vision for our Kids ministry is to be a gospel-centered ministry that is fun and faith-building. We seek to raise up our kids to have genuine relationships with Jesus that would lead to life transformation and missional living. Our services occur in small groups and large group settings. Small groups are broken down by grade and allow a more intimate experience for our kids. A weekly service typically looks like this:
Service begins with a loud, loving welcome so that our kids know they belong at church!
A body worship team leads us in contemporary songs that are Biblical and relevant!
Our kids have a chance to share in their small groups about all that God is doing in their lives. If they’d like, they can also volunteer to share with the entire group!
Our messages are engaging and teach us to understand and apply God’s Word!
Small Group Questions
We discuss questions that are drawn from the message and help us remember and apply all that we heard in the message!
Games, crafts, videos, and other activities help us better remember the message and allow for a fun time in service!
Our kids hear ministry announcements so that they know what’s going on in the ministry. Don’t worry! We also send these out to parents via email!
A prayer closes off our service and sends our kids off to their weeks blessed and inspired to live out their faith!Back to top