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North Side Kids

Children's Ministry

NSK is Back!

Our Children’s Ministry has resumed in-person service and will continue to add weekly lessons to our website that are fun and engaging and help us reinforce that God loves and cares for them even in times of uncertainty.

Just scroll down the page for pre-school, elementary, and pre-teen content.

We encourage you to share these with your children in addition to any bible study and family time you would normally have. We love you and we’re here for you.

We’re adding weekly lessons to our website that are fun and engaging and help us reinforce that God loves and cares for them even in times of uncertainty. Just scroll down the page for pre-school, elementary and pre-teen content.

We encourage you to share these with your children in addition to any bible study and family time you would normally have.  We love you and we’re here for you.

For those of you who find yourselves at home for extended times with your children here’s a list of some things you may want to do at home with them.  Hang in there 🙂 

Service Times

9:00 am on Sundays

*Registration begins at 8:20 am

Our Purpose

Our purpose is to offer your children a place of wonder and discovery as they learn Biblical truths in person and in the digital space. Our goal for each weekend service is to create an environment that is both educational and entertaining. We want to capture your child’s imagination, intrigue them, and set them on a course of discovering who Christ is and who they are in relationship to Him whether they are in the building or engaging at home through our online platform.

Our Children’s Ministry seeks to bring children into age-appropriate worship where they can belong to a community of faith, grow in their relationship with Christ, learn to serve, and then go share Christ in the world!

Check-In

North Side Kids uses the secure Planning Center Checkin system

Well Child Policy

We want North Side Kids Ministry to be a safe and healthy place for our children and the volunteers who care for them.
We ask that you keep your kiddo home if they are experiencing any of the following symptoms within the last 24 hours:

  • Fever of 99.5 degrees or above
  • Skin rashes that have not been treated by a physician
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Eye Infection or discharge
  • Severe or persistent coughing
  • Severe head or common cold ( yellow or green mucus from eyes or nose)
  • Lice (any stage)

The health and safety of every single child are of high priority to us. We take great precautions to ensure the best possible experience for your child and we thank you for partnering with us to provide this quality experience.

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Pre-School

ELEMENTARY

Pre-Teens

Confronting Racism & Injustice In America

This family-focused web resource is designed to help facilitate change in both the hearts of men and the laws of this nation. Take a deep dive into our effort to mobilize our church family to be an active force in the fight against prejudice and racism in any form.

Weekly lesson plans

We provide children’s ministry for the following school-age groups:

current Series | pre-k

We Go Together!

Jesus is the one friend that not only wants to be our friend forever, but He can actually keep up His end of the promise. And, He went through a lot to make it possible. That’s why, this month, we are sharing the Good News with preschoolers that Jesus wants to be my friend forever. Your friend. My friend. Their friend. Everyone’s friend—forever! The best things that go together are my friend, Jesus, and me. And nothing, not even death, can come between us and His promise, because we go together forever and ever.

current series | K-5

GOD VIEW: THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HOPE AND GOD’S CHARACTER, AS SHOWN THROUGH GOD’S BIG STORY!

 

Believe There’s a Bigger Picture!

Life can sometimes feel like a giant puzzle. All we can see is the piece we’re experiencing right now, and we’re not sure where it fits into the greater picture that is forming. We can’t always understand why some things happen to us or those we love. Yet, despite our confusion, we can have hope. God has kept promises throughout history. We can believe that God will continue to be with us through what we face now. Even in the toughest times, we can have hope because we know God is always working and can make something good out of something bad.

 

WEEK 1

Lazarus Raised

John 11:1-45

Key Question: How do you react when bad things happen?

Bottom Line: Whatever happens, remember how powerful God is.

 

WEEK 2

Palm Sunday
John 12:9-16
(supporting: Matthew 21:1-11)

Key Question: What are you hoping for?

Bottom Line: Whatever happens, remember God is still working.

WEEK 3

Crucifixion and Resurrection
John 18:1–20:18

Key Question: What does Easter mean to you?

Bottom Line: Whatever happens, remember Jesus is alive. 

 

 

WEEK 4

Jesus Appears to Thomas
John 20:19-29

Key Question:  What questions do you have for God?

Bottom Line: Whatever happens, remember God is bigger than your questions.

 

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