Messiah Kids KID Street
At Messiah, we love walking with children on their journeys to follow Jesus. We strive to reach the lives of children through a variety of engaging activities, partnering with families to nurture children’s faith.
COVID Policies: Face masks are recommended, but not required. Click here for the full details on our COVID response.
KID Street Sunday School
Sundays at 8:30 and 10:30 am
KID Street Sunday School meets during the 8:30 and 10:30 am worship services on Sunday mornings for children in pre-K (ages 3-5) through 5th grade. Children come together to learn about God’s amazing love found in the Bible. They take part in engaging activities to help connect God’s story to their lives.
Children begin in the worship service and are dismissed together mid-service, led by Sunday School teachers to their classrooms. Preschoolers can go directly to class before the service or when the other children are dismissed. Parents should pick up their children in their classrooms following the worship service.
Infants & Toddlers
Nursery during Sunday Worship Services and Wednesday Night Programming
Infant and toddler care (birth through age 3) is available on Sundays at 8:30 and 10:30 am. On Wednesday nights, the nursery is available upon request – contact Amy Madson, Director of Children and Family Ministry.
Please remember to pack the necessary items that will help your child feel happy and comfortable during his/her stay with us (diapers, change of clothes, bottle or snack, blanket, special toy, etc.). Also, please give clear instructions to our caregivers so that they can best care for your baby’s needs.
Messiah Church strives to make all children feel welcome. If you have little ones with you who are not ready to visit our nursery or Sunday School rooms, please know they are welcome in the worship services. “Busy Bags” filled with paper, crayons and a few other fun items are available at the back of the Sanctuary.
KID Street Wednesday Nights
Wednesdays at 6:30-8 pm
Children in pre-K (ages 3-5) through 5th grade can join us Wednesday nights during the school year for music, art, playtime, and either BibleSnacks (Bible story time) or Club 45 (for 4th & 5th graders). KID Street Wednesday Nights begin in the KID Street Headquarters (the Sunday School room in the lower level) at 6:30 pm.
KID Street Podcasts & Worship
KID Street is a high energy, fun, and creative podcast series and online worship experience just for KIDS (and of course their families too)! Join A2 (Ms. Amy & Andy) and Dr. Nibbles (the guinea pig) in adventures of Biblical proportions. Put on your dancing shoes, and get ready to clap, sing, and learn about growing closer to God! All episodes are available anytime:
Monumental Summer Camp
A Full Week of Summer Fun
We’ll be off-road for an adventure through the colorful canyons and sun-baked trails of the southwest at Monumental Summer Camp coming to Messiah Church June 13-17! This adventure of a lifetime is guaranteed summer fun for your kids 4 years old through (just finishing) 5th grade. We’ll explore God’s awesomeness and form a rock-solid faith for the road ahead with five mornings (and an option for all-day extended care) of high-energy, fun-filled activities, including live music, art, games and science. All are welcome!
Messiah Kids Serving Opportunities
If you like to have fun, laugh, and get children excited about following Jesus, then Messiah Kids is for you. We have lots of opportunities for servant leaders, whether you have an hour to help or want to commit to being with kids every week. We even have a few opportunities to serve behind-the-scenes that will bless the lives of children.
At this time, to protect the most vulnerable among us, Messiah Church requires staff and volunteers who work directly with children and youth to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Ministry opportunities include Sunday School teachers and substitutes, Wednesday Night programs, Summer Camp, special holiday activities, and parent support and education opportunities.
We love partnering with families to nurture young faith. We also realize that sometimes families are looking for more parenting resources. We’ve collected a few of our favorites to share with you: