Welcome to Kingdom Kids!

The heartbeat of the Park Place Kids Ministry is to provide a child-centered environment where infants through fifth graders learn that God loves them and has a special plan for their lives. Kingdom Kids Ministry is a place where children learn to Love God & Love Others thereby fulfilling our church’s vision to be a place where Love Works. Our primary goal is to pour the gospel into the hearts of kids in partnership with their parents. We desire to help lead children into a growing relationship with Christ so that they too will fulfill God’s purpose for lives. 

All of our volunteers are trained, background checked, and have a passion to serve with kids. 

Kingdom Kids Ministry is available during our Sunday Service (infants-grade 5)  and also on Wednesday Nights (K-5)

Sundays @ 10:30am & Wednesdays @ 7:00pm 

Check-In Begins 10 minutes prior to the scheduled service times.

Kids Check-In

At Park Place, nothing is more important to us than the safety and security of your children. When you check-in your child to Kingdom Kids, you will receive a security tag that connects you to your child and them to you. You MUST have this tag with you upon pick up. This allows us to maintain appropriate security measures and ensures the safety of children and our staff.

Should we need your assistance during the service, the number provided on your security tag will be displayed discreetly on the screens in the sanctuary. Upon seeing this code, please promptly report to your child’s classroom as your assistance is needed.

Wellness Policy

For the protection of all our children, please do not bring your children to class if they exhibit any of the following:

  • Fever 99.6 or above currently or for the last 24 hours.
  • Any symptoms of childhood diseases such as chicken pox, strep throat, hand/foot mouth disease, etc.
  • Common cold, from onset through one week
  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea within 24 hours.
  • Any skin infection or unexplained rash
  • Sore throat or ear infection (should be off medication)
  • Any discharge from the nose that is not clear
  • Unusual fatigue/irritability
  • Pink eye or eye infection
  • Head lice

Please note: Teachers cannot give out medications.

Masks are strongly encouraged but not mandatory.