The spiritual development of children is an important aspect, and great privilege, in the life of the church. Our primary goal is to help children and their families know deeply that they are made in the image of God.
We joyfully engage with kids of all ages through play, learning, creativity, worship, and relationship, while being serious about safety at all levels.
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At 9:00 a.m. : Children’s activities and books are are located outside the Worship Center. Nursery care is available.
At 11:00 a.m. : Elementary-age children (kindergarten – 5th grade) are invited to the Lower Level before worship begins. After being checked-in by their parents/adults, kids spend some time in creative play and conversation before moving into their own Kid’s Church. There, they experience a time of worship, learning, exploring the Bible and prayer – before connecting the Bible story to life through discussion, games, creativity, and play.
For more information on the children’s ministry at Chapel Hill or questions/concerns, reach out to our Director of Next Gen Ministries, Charles Rose, at firstname.lastname@example.org
This clean, open, inviting space is located on the main level, within steps of the Worship Center. Parents/adults meet the supervising adult, sign children in, and are issued a pager for contact in case of need. Care is available during both services for children from infancy through pre-kindergarten.
Chapel Hill Kids Church takes place during the 11 a.m. worship service. All elementary-age kids are welcome to be a part of the adventure! Kids Church is located in the lower level of Chapel Hill.
Parents/adults – please check/sign-in your kids into the Kid’s Church classroom in the lower level hallway, where you will pick them up after your worship service.
In Kid’s Church, children experience a time of worship, learning, exploring the Bible and prayer – before connecting the Bible story to life through discussion, games, creativity, and play.