Children are a priority at New Life. Our goal is to help kids grow in their relationships with Christ and with others. How we disciple kids affects their future, as well as ours. The KidZone staff is excited to work with you to give your child Bible-based training. We attempt to minister to your children with excellence and believe children are not just the church of tomorrow but the church of today.
Sundays ~ 10 AM
KidZone – “Where kidz find God.” (Kindergarten-6th grade)
KidZone is a place where elementary kids learn about worshiping God in a fun kid-setting. We use characters, object lessons, drama, storytelling and other techniques to teach the children about God’s character in a fun learning environment. Parents are always welcome to visit KidZone.
We provide a quiet room in a private setting for moms to feed and care for their newborns who are not yet ready to be in the infant nursery.
We know that children this age need to have interactive learning and use large motor skills. We provide this opportunity for them to enjoy being at church, while you and those around you can enjoy the adult worship service too. This active program for 2 – 5 year old boys and girls uses crafts, stories and songs to teach children about Jesus.
Lil’ KidZone targets kids in Kindergarten and those entering Kindergarten the next year. It is a transition period between preschool and KidZone. This way they get used to sitting in a large group setting but don’t have to sit the whole time. They will also get a taste of Kidzone every week by coming down and doing worship with the big kids in KidZone.
Wednesdays ~ 6:30-7:45 PM
Kidz Explosion/Detonation Teams This fun mid-week session is focused on teaching solid scriptural truths which directly apply to kids’ daily lives. It is accomplished through activity based curriculum which helps them build strong relationships with God and each other. We offer other kid’s events throughout the entire year.
Early Childhood During our midweek time we offer all of the early childhood care and training that we do on Sunday mornings.