Welcome to the FellowshipKids Treehouse! Here each week, you will find engaging, Christ-centered resources for all FellowshipKids.
Wondering where to start? We recommend starting with the video. From there, you can choose to work your way through some or all of the additional resources provided over the next week. CLICK HERE for more information about each of the resources provided.
Whether you are a first-time disciple-maker, a seasoned Bible teacher, or somewhere in between, we hope you find the FellowshipKids Treehouse resources helpful in teaching the next generation how the good news of Jesus is present from the first to the last page of the Bible.
Please plan to arrive 15-20 minutes before the service starts. When you arrive, please ask for the FellowshipKids Guest Check-In area. We look forward to meeting you there!
Upon registration, you and your child will be given matching security tags that are unique to your family and your visit. We will walk with you to the appropriate classroom where your child will be checked in and welcomed. Your child will wear the nametag portion of the matching security tags, which bears a code that is matched to your portion during checkout.
If your child needs you during the service, we will text the number provided during the registration process or display the child's name in the Worship Center.
To save time, you may pre-register your child or print out the completed sheet and bring it with you to the FellowshipKids Guest Check-In.
Our goal is to lovingly and safely care for the needs of your child. We hug them, soothe them, and pray for them while meeting their basic needs. Our hope is that as we love them, they will begin to form a foundation of Jesus’ love for them. We offer a curriculum for children in our nursery which becomes more focused and interactive as they mature. Each month has a theme and an age-appropriate Bible story that allows for different activities. Since repetition is so important to their learning, children in nursery interact with the same truth for a month.
Our FellowshipKids environments are exciting, experiential, and geared to reach kids right where they are. In Early Childhood our children go on a Christ-centered chronological journey through Scripture. Over a three year time span, our children see how the gospel unfolds from Genesis through Revelation. Hands-on Bible activities, music, and crafts reinforce gospel and Biblical truths.
For our elementary age kids, time is spent in their classroom interacting with the Bible account through a variety of different activities. At 9AM, classes are divided by grade; at 11am, 1st through 3rd grade are divided by their last name and grade while 4th and 5th grade are divided by gender. Our hope is that our children will gain a larger picture of who God is and how each part of His word points to His plan of redemption.
If you are not yet ready to return your children to FellowshipKids, please check out the FellowshipKids Treehouse online for resources and activities to engage together at home. The FellowshipKids Treehouse is taking us through the New Testament which is what we are learning in the classroom on Sundays. Join us at any point as we dig into God's work and learn to love God and love others.
HisKids programming is not currently meeting.
HisKids is a musical theater elective for boys and girls age kindergarten through 5th grade. It meets during the 11am service and combines singing, dancing, and drama to teach timeless biblical truths in a fun, relevant way. Children in HisKids have an opportunity to share what they've learned about God and His word through two productions during the year. Please note: registration is required to be part of HisKids and will re-open when we move towards resuming this elective.
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