You’ll find lots of kids at Kingsway, and we love it that way!
Their spiritual growth and development are a top priority for us. In a safe and loving environment, Kingsway strives to make church both fun and meaningful for young people. Kids classes and activities at Kingsway are fun and age-appropriate.
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We want to give our families visiting Kingsway for the first time the best experience possible, starting from the moment they walk through our doors.
When checking a child into our kids’ programming for the first time all you have to do is go to the “New Here” area in the lobby. Our team of volunteers will get your child checked in and show you what room your child will go to.
Going forward all you have to do is go to one of our check-in kiosks located in the Main Entrance Lobby, using the last four digits of your phone number.
One of the things we value the most at Kingsway is the safety of our kids.
There are many ways we implement this value but there are a couple we think are important to share with you.
Volunteer Background Checks:
Any volunteer serving in our Kids Ministry must have an up to date national criminal background check. We background check all of our volunteers when they come on board with us and we also update these every two years as long as they are serving with us. We also have policies in place to protect the children and adults while serving such as, there must always be two volunteers to one child while serving.
Kingsway has a sophisticated children’s check-in system to ensure your child’s safety and well-being. We believe this peace of mind will better help you to engage while at Kingsway. Once you have registered your child at our New Hire station and are in our database, you will check-in your child each weekend at one of our check-in stations located in the Check-in area just inside our Main Entrance.
If for any reason you are needed during the worship service, the four-digit code appearing on the Parent tag will appear on the black box located just below the large video screens. In order to pick up your child, you must have the matching Parent tag that will be printed out at the check-in station. Each weekend a different 4 digit code will appear on your child’s tag. If for any reason you or your child misplace a matching tag, you will be asked to be the last parent to pick up your child. This is our best way of ensuring you are the adult that should be taking the child.
There are also other details located on the tag such as parent’s names, allergy information or any other special needs the child may have.
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