Partnering With Parents

Faith Kids is for kids ages 6 months through 5th grade. As kids grow, we want them to learn about the extraordinary life found in Jesus! Our mission is to connect kids to Jesus through Biblical truths and stories presented in unique and exciting ways within a small group experience. Kids will connect with God through prayer and application of His word, connect with leaders through conversation and activities, and connect with other kids to build strong Christian friendships!

Safety Procedures

Our goal is to provide a safe and secure environment for all kids and ministry volunteers. Before serving, all Faith Kids volunteers, ages 18 and over, are required to have a clear background check report. This includes, but is not limited to, the National Criminal Database, County Criminal records, and the National Sex Offender Registry. Additionally, all Faith Kids volunteers are trained in emergency procedures.

6 MONTHS to 3 years

Faith provides resources and kid-friendly spaces to accommodate each family’s unique needs. Our hope is that these resources provide a way for all Faith families to worship together every Sunday.

Nursery care is available Sunday mornings from 8:45 am – Noon.

Parents can drop off and pick up in the nursery any time, but must remain on campus. Check-in children at the check-in station located in the nursery.

Parents Room
A parents room is located near the worship center at our Oakville location for parents and children to watch and hear the worship service. Ask a Hospitality Team member where it is located. A parents room is coming soon to our Columbia location.



Classes are available for two and three year olds at our Oakville location who are ready for more structure at 9 and 10:45 am. Children must be checked in at any check-in station located in the lobby, nursery, and upper level of the Faith Kids area.




Families start out in the worship center together at 9 and 10:45 am. Before going into worship, check your children in at any check-in station. Faith KIds will be released before the message begins, or they may remain in the worship service with their families.