North Side Kids

Children's Ministry

Welcome to NSK!

Our Children’s Ministry offers in-person service and online. You can find weekly lessons that are fun, engaging, and will support parents and families to reinforce that God loves and cares for our children 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. Stay tuned for special event announcements for kids and parents.


We pray the resources below will add value to your value as you disciple and lead your children to a growing relationship with Christ while growing as parents. What you do MATTERS! 

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!


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.

September – Week 4




Weekly lesson plans

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

current Series | pre-k


Now is the time for our preschoolers to begin learning that God can help them be brave because God is with them wherever they go throughout their lives.
What is God-brave? God-brave is . . .
. . . the kind of brave that does the right thing even when others don’t,
. . . the kind of brave that stands up to seemingly impossible circumstances,
. . . the kind of brave that trusts God during the darkest of times,
. . . the kind of brave that looks to God to help us be strong and courageous,
. . . the kind of brave that makes us SUPER KIDS—not because of what WE can do but because of what GOD can do.

current series | K-5




God is always good. Since the very beginning, God has been faithful and true. If God makes a promise, God keeps that promise. We are created in God’s image . . . and when we live with integrity, we reflect God’s integrity. When Jesus lived on earth, He lived a perfect life and showed integrity in ways we can’t because of our sins. Jesus makes it possible for us to live as new creations. Through the Holy Spirit, we are being transformed into people of integrity. Who we are in private should match who we are in public. When we trust in God, we can make wise choices and be truthful in whatever we say and do.


A Tree and Its Fruit

Luke 6:43-45
(supporting: John 15:1-17)

Key Question: How do you want people to describe you?

Bottom Line: Be truthful with your whole life.


Naaman and
Elisha’s Servant

2 Kings 5

Key Question: Why is it important for people to trust you?

Bottom Line: When you’re not truthful, you lose trust.



Daniel’s Integrity
with Food

Daniel 1

Key Question: When is it hard to do what’sright?

Bottom Line: Do what’s right wherever you are.



Shadrach, Meshach,
and Abednego

Daniel 3

Key Question: When has someone helped you see God?

Bottom Line: When you do what’s right, others can see God.