Visit our Summer Kids Club page for details about this program for kids 4 years old through 4th grade. 


Kids@Hope provides families with dynamic ON-SITE (in-person) and ONLINE (virtual) programming for your children. The content and activities for both options are parallel, so that we are all learning the same things. This also allows families to fluctuate between attending in-person or participating from home. 


Watch our Kids@Hope weekly 25-30 minute Youtube video on your own time! Two Youtube vides (one for preschool and one for elementary) can be found on our Kids@Hope LinkTree.

ON-SITE @ 9-10am & 10:45-11:45am

Our on-site Kids@Hope programming is for birth-4th grade, and is being offered during both church services.

For planning purposes - in advance of each weekly Sunday service - families must register children in order to participate in Kids@Hope. Please note that classes will be limited in size and will close once they are full. Sign up is available on Mondays for the following Sunday, using the Church Center App or by using this link.  

To determine if this in-person experience is a good fit for your child and your family, please carefully read the below plan, which our Kids@Hope staff will be following:


  • All families will enter the Main Entrance lobby door
  • Families will follow the black stanchions to the Kids@Hope check in station
  • Kids will be checked in and receive their Kids@Hope sticker. Parents/Guardians will be handed their pick up tag.
  • Parents/Guardians will say good bye in the lobby and kids will be walked by a Kids@Hope leader to their rooms (Any diaper bags or jackets should be given to the Kids@Hope leader.)
  •  Parents will walk to the auditorium


  • Leaders will line kids up in the hallway on the colored dots with their siblings
  • Parents/Guardians will exit the auditorium and return to the same stanchions by the Kids@Hope check in station with their pick up tag.
  • After confirming pick up tags, Kids@Hope leaders will bring children and their belongings to parents/guardians to go home
  • Please feel free to contact director, Katie Searfoss, with questions about any of these opportunities and procedures.

All links can be found at:

Buddy Ministry

Buddy Ministry is currently available at the 10:45 service at a limited capacity due to volunteer staffing needs.

The Buddy Ministry provides one-to-one support for any child who may need support in the Kids@Hope classroom, including children with special needs. Our goal is to enable each child to learn about and experience the love of God while allowing their parents to worship without worry. 

For more information or to place your child's name on a request list for a Buddy please contact: Lori Whiteman.