City Kids

a REVOLUTION...

IN loving & SERVING GOD, ONE ANOTHER AND OUR COMMUNITIES!

WELCOME!

We can not wait to see you!


Special announcement:

"If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that it’s good when we get to meet together. We love you and we're praying for you. 
And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near. – Hebrews 10:25
To attend in person you must register online JCC Registration Form. Since all of us are getting back into the swing of things, we wanted to send a checklist of what you’ll need for service, whether you’re attending online or in person. 

In Person 
Wear a mask – We’ll have a few up front in case you forget! 
Bring hand sanitizer – Our team will sanitize high- touch areas but it’s good to sanitize your end, too. 
Bear with us – Please stay in your car until doors open at 10:15...we’ll let everyone in safely as we get you checked in at the door. 

Online

Say hello! (Our team is logged on and ready to chat and pray with you every Sunday) 
Share your notes – Download our sermon notes for each week and share yours on social media to encourage someone).
 Follow along – Following us on social media @judahcitychurch is the best way to share the live stream and keep up with the latest JudahCity Church news. 
Don’t stop on Sunday – In 2020, not being together in person doesn’t mean we have to be apart!
Join a virtual group and stay connected to the JudahCity Church community by way of Zoom groups. Monday - Saturday
We have a diverse range of circumstances and comfort levels at JudahCity and there’s room for everyone."

our mission

'City Kids’ ministry exists to invite kids into a deeper understanding of the Kingdom of Christ and strengthening their knowledge and personal relationship with God. To serve God, the community, and families, equipping kids can come to know Jesus and serve others the way God shaped them to.

Children are born with an innate sense of wonder and faith that is real and authentic. As teachers and leaders, our role is to provide a foundation of experiences on which children build a life of learning and growth toward mature and vital faith.

Classrooms

                   Nursery                                 Early Childhood                            Elementary                                  Special Needs

           (6 mos. - 2 years)                           (3 -5 years)                                  (6- 12 years)                                (All-Inclusive)

                

safety

Our first and highest priority is every child’s safety. Every volunteer submits to a thorough CORI background check. We train and orient volunteers about safety and security protocols. Check-in and check out rules are strict for your safety. And another huge priority for us is fun! So we pour ourselves into the task of creating experiences and teaching lessons your child will talk about on the ride home.


On your first visit...

When you arrive at Judah City Church, please park right up front, as our special guests! If you have kids, enter the main door, head up the stairs, walk down the hall and look to the right for the sign marked “Kids Check-In” and our staff and volunteers will meet you at the door, take down your basic information and learn a little about your children. We’ll ask about allergies, any special needs, and then show you the classroom where your kids will be learning.

After they’re all checked in, just make your way down the hall where our greeting team will meet you at the sanctuary doors and offer you a bulletin, help you find the information desk, and make sure you find a seat. If there is an issue that needs your attention, the kids’ volunteers will send you a text during the worship service. The kids will join you in service for the first two worship songs before being dismissed to their programs. 


The happenings

If you really want to see a glimpse of kids' ministry at JCC check out the 'City Kids' Facebook & Instagram.










The ride home...

On your way home, be sure to ask your child questions like, “Did you have fun?” and “What did you learn today?” It’s our goal that every child has a positive answer to these two questions, every week! 


Curriculum 

                   2020 Curriculum at a Glance                                               2021 Curriculum at a Glance