Partnering with parents to develop their child's faith.

Grace City Kids is for all young children, birth–3rd grade. Thursday nights & Sunday mornings. For 4th-6th grade, check out our Challenge page.

New to Grace City Kids?

Welcome! On your first visit, enter through the Silo doors and look for the New Family Check-in desk just inside. Our Grace City Kids team will be thrilled to guide you through some quick, easy steps to get you checked in. You can fill out this form ahead of time.

Because we value safety, we will ask you for some information for your child, including: name, birthday, address, phone #, and any special instructions or allergies. Once you drop your child off in their room, they will be cared for by trained staff and volunteers. All Grace City Kids team members are background-checked and have a heart to serve your kid.

Moms, we have a special room just for you where you can listen to the sermon in a private environment. Just inside either of the "Voms" (entryways to the Community Hall), there is a door marked "Quiet Room for Mothers and Babies" where you will find a comfortable space to care for your kiddo and continue listening to the service. If you need help finding this space, ask any Grace Team member (hint: they wear green shirts) and they will be happy to assist. There is also a family restroom with a changing station across from the main bathrooms.

Leaders in Training

If you are a 4th-12th grader who wants to help out in Grace Kids, we'd love for you to join the team! Sign up for Leaders in Training, and we'll teach you how to be awesome at helping kids.
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