Kidtown is for children 6 weeks old through 5th grade during our Gatherings each week. To find out more about Gatherings, visit the Gathering page for your church:

Downtown | Two Notch | Lexington

Kidtown exists to teach kids that Jesus is the hero we all need. We want to lay a foundation of the good news of Jesus for families to build on back at home. We have numerous experienced Kidtown volunteers who will both make sure your child has a blast AND learns about Jesus. Our Kidtown areas are secured to ensure that your child is safe during the Gathering. We hope this will allow you to focus during worship, knowing your child is hearing about Jesus in a kid-friendly manner.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring for my child? Depending on the age of your child, be sure to bring diapers, pacifiers, a change of clothes, and a bottle of milk, formula, juice, or water. To help us keep track of your items, please label all personal items with your child's first and last names before arriving.

What happens when I arrive? When you reach the Kidtown check-in area, you will be greeted by a Kidtown Volunteer. There,  you will sign in your child and provide us some information about your child. A name tag will be assigned to your child with a number. You will receive a matching number to keep during the Gathering to turn in when you pick up your child.

Who will be taking care of my child? Kidtown is run by volunteers committed to having fun, helping your child grow, and teaching about Jesus. Each volunteer has undergone a thorough interview process and has passed a S.L.E.D. background check prior to becoming a Kidtown volunteer.

What kind of activities will my child be participating in? Kidtown will provide age appropriate activities for all children. We believe even the smallest children can learn. All lessons are reinforced with songs, play, and supervised activities designed with the ability of the children in mind.

How can I volunteer at Kidtown? There are many positions in Kidtown available for you to serve. These include greeting families, teaching, set-up & tear down, and simply playing with the children. Also, know that ALL Kidtown volunteers must be missionary members and must go through a S.L.E.D. background check. To apply to be a Kidtown volunteer, visit our serve page.

I'm having a baby soon. Can you guys help out with that? We love equipping LifeGroups to care for families with newborns. Provide us with some information using this form, and we'll see to it that you're cared for.