Children’s Ministry

Children’s Ministry at Christ the King serves children age 0–5th grade and their families. Children are welcomed, valued, protected, and lovingly cared for while they learn who Jesus is, how to follow Him, and how the truths of the Bible can help them to make Godly choices.  Please visit the Children’s Ministry Welcome Area on Sunday morning to meet some of our staff and volunteers and to sign in your children.

We are seeking a Director of Children’s Ministry. Click here to learn more.

Nursery and Toddler Care

Nursery and toddler care is provided during the 8:30 (0–PreK) and 10:00 (0-3 years) Sunday services.
Children’s Church 
Children age 4-2nd grade begin in the service with their parents and are dismissed for Children’s Church. As of May 5, 2019, children will rejoin their parents after children’s church and participate in Holy Communion. More information about the new format is found here.
Education & Formation
Following the worship service on Sunday mornings, age-specific classes are offered for all children to provide further reflection and discussion of God's Word. 
Children's Choir
Children preschool through second grade rehearse on Sunday mornings as a part of weekly children's church and sing in the worship service 4-6 times a year.   


Child Safety
We take our children’s safety very seriously. Our childcare and children's programming are staffed by a combination of staff and volunteers.  We expect volunteers to be a part of the Christ the King community for at least 6 months before we schedule them for volunteer service in our children's programs.  Additionally, all of our volunteers are required to complete a background check and attend our child safety training. Our Five Steps for Keeping Children Safe will give you a greater description of what we do to ensure our children's safety.
Looking to Volunteer?

More volunteers are needed in Children’s Ministry. If you are interested in volunteering for one of the children's programs, please email Krystyn Carey

Children with Disabilities/Special Needs 
We welcome your child and want to make appropriate accommodations to make sure he/she is comfortable and able to fully participate in our children's programming.  Please contact the church office ( if you feel that your child needs extra support in order to participate.

Helpful Links

The Jesus Storybook Bible is a popular Children’s Bible. The author posts guides for Lent and Advent that can be found here.