Res Life Kids is designed with your child in mind! Located in the classroom section of our facility (out the Main Aud. doors and to the right), Kids experience safe, age-appropriate environments where the Bible is taught in a creative and relevant way. Join the fun and experience a world where kids meet Jesus on their level!
Proverbs 22:6 says, “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
Learning simple truths about God and the Bible will help prepare your child for life!
AGE GROUPING OF CHILDREN
These groupings will remain as follows until further notice.
Nursery- (ages 0 - 12months)- (Room 202) The nursery is closed at this time. However, “The Family Room” (Room 212), has a changing table, some books, and a few small toys for any parents who need some space with their infant or young child. The Nursing Mother’s room is OPEN, but only for 2 mothers and their infants at a time. * Live viewing of the church service is available for you in both of these rooms.
Toddlers- (ages 12- 36 months) - (Room 204)
Pre-K - K- (ages 3 - 5 years) - (Room 203)
Elementary- (1st-4th grade) - (Room 206)
Project 56- (5th and 6th grade) & Route 78 (7th and 8th grade) - (Room 210)
CHECK-IN PROCEDURE AND HEALTH SCREENING
Families with young children are asked to use the Res Life Kids Entrance
Check-in will be completed by staff at 2 computer stations. There will be no self check-in.
Children will have their temperature taken at the Registration Desk with a touchless forehead thermometer and recorded by the staff.
Receive a unique number (ticket) assigned to your child for that day's visit. Return to the same classroom with that number (ticket) to have your child dismissed.
If you or your child(ren) arefeeling ill, are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days, we ask that you please STAY HOME and enjoy our online experience until such time as your family is well.
Children will sanitize their hands as they come into the classroom, and before they leave to go home.
Pre-packaged snacks may be provided in the classrooms for Pre-K - 4th grade, but if your toddler (3 years or younger) needs a bottle, sippy cup or snack, please feel free to bring those. All bottles, cups, snack containers and pacifiers need to be clearly labeled.
When possible, there will be some distancing when children are seated at tables.
Teachers will thoroughly sanitize the tables, chairs and toys once every child has been picked up.
No one except for teachers and age appropriate children will be allowed in each particular classroom. Parents and siblings need to remain outside of the classroom when dropping off and picking up their children. Children will be brought to the parent at the doorway of the class. Please be sure to have your check-in sticker with you when you pick up your child.
Your cooperation and partnership is greatly appreciated. Once again, we are so blessed to be able to serve you and your children in Res Life Kids! God has amazing victories in store for all of us as we stay close to Him!!
(5th & 6th Grade Students) - Room 210
Project 56 has made it a goal to raise up a group of students who will become strong individuals and future leaders by encouraging them to grow, reach out, connect and discover! 1 Timothy 4:12 says, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young!”
(7th & 8th Grade Students) - Room 212
Seventh and eighth graders are a unique bunch and they need to be reached using unique strategies. Many educational experts call this demographic “tweeners” because they are “in-between” 2 important and distinctively different stages of life and adolescent development. They are too young to drive a car or have a job yet they are exposed to the real life pressures of school, peer pressure and the struggle to fit in. For these reasons we have created a space specifically for 7th and 8th grade students called “Route 78”. We want to help students in this age group find their way and connect them to a real life-giving relationship with God.
We want middle school students to LOVE coming to church where they feel safe, secure and included. We have designed our messages to be up-beat, fun and relate-able to middle school students. In a world lacking in quality role models, our teachers understand the value in developing trusting, long term relationships and are enthusiastic about reaching middle school students!