Front Range Kid’s Ministry exists to empower families to become intentional believers through knowing and following Jesus. We provide resources, classes, and special events designed specifically to encourage and equip families of all types. We strive to teach biblical truths to children and their families through fun, creative, and safe ways including music, storytelling, crafts, videos, and much more.
Where to Go: Upon arriving at our church, our greeters will gladly assist you and your family to the appropriate check in area for your children. Our rooms are divided by age group into four main areas: Nursery, 2-3 year olds, 4-5 year olds, and elementary. Each area is designed specifically for that age group so we do ask that children attend their age appropriate class.
Drop-off and Pick-up: We utilize an electronic check-in system to expedite drop-off on a weekly basis and to ensure each child’s safety. At your initial check-in, you will be asked for basic information and any known food allergies or medical conditions. To check your child in each week you will be asked for your phone number or name after which you and your child will receive matching alphanumeric tags. If you are needed during a service the three digit number on your tag will appear on the video screen in the adult auditorium indicating that you are needed to return to the Front Range Kids area. Children can only be picked up with a matching parent tag.
What They Do: Each room has different engaging and entertaining curriculum that creatively teaches Biblical truths. Each month has a different theme that teaches different Bible stories that relate to that theme. Our trained teachers utilize videos, music, skits, games, and much more to help children understand and remember that week’s story. Each week we also send home a half sheet card called a Parent Cue with your preschool or elementary age child. The Parent CUE is a simple way for you to continue the conversation of what your child learned that week in their environment. For more information on the Parent CUE and other resources, email Jen Prosser.