Redeemer Kids exists to unite church and home in glorifying God through the fulfillment of the Great Commission.
To that end, we read, pray and sing together as God's people. What we do on Sundays, you can support at home: learn the hymn of the month with us, read the books with us, review the catechism with us, continue in prayer with us.
Every Sunday, we walk through a catechism question with your children. You can help prepare your kids by beginning to talk to them about the question of the week, listed here. We update the question every Monday, in preparation for the following Sunday.
On May 29th, Redeemer Kids WILL COVER Q#40 OF The NEW CITY CATECHISM.
Q: What should we pray?
A: The whole Word of God directs us in what we should pray. (Ephesians 3:14-21)
We will be going through Lifeway's Explore curriculum. Each week we will learn about a new story or section of the Bible, steadily working our way through the entire Bible with the kids.
Prayer of Salvation.
Titus 3:3-5 says, “For we ourselves were once foolish, disobedient, led astray, slaves to various passions and pleasures, passing our days in malice and envy, hated by others and hating one another. But when the goodness and loving kindness of God our Savior appeared, he saved us, not because of works done by us in righteousness, but according to his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit."
When children understand that their sin separates them from God and has eternal consequences, and chooses to seek forgiveness of their sin through Jesus Christ alone, here is an example of how you can pray together
Jesus - I know that you made me and want me to obey you with all my heart. I know I have disobeyed and wanted to be my own boss. I have thought and done things against your directions. I am sorry. I know that you gave up your life to save me from these sins and make me your child again. I accept your promises and ask you to please save me now and forever. Amen.
Please let us know if your child has made a profession of faith by filling out this form. We want to rejoice and celebrate with you!
4th and 5th grade
As your student enters 4th and 5th grade, we want to be working to prepare them for their teenage years, building healthy community and relationships. We have monthly events designed to promote these relationships, and to strengthen bonds, as the students graduate into Redeemer Students.
Family Worship Sundays
On the fourth and fifth Sundays of the month, we have Family Worship Sundays. We believe that a crucial part of a child's discipleship is seeing the older attenders worshipping, praying, and learning together; so on these ending Sundays of the month we provide childcare for infants-3rd grade, but the 4th and 5th-grade children will attend worship with their family in the main auditorium.
Bibles and Devotionals
This is a popular Bible for many preschoolers and even early elementary kids. It's great for parents to read aloud while kids look at the pictures. Sally brings the Gospel by gently revealing our sinfulness and God's loving-kindness and mercy.
Although this Bible does not have a lot of pictures, it is a very faithful retelling of the Bible for children. It's great to read to older kids who haven't transitioned to reading the Bible on their own.
Bible Study and Devotions
What services offer Redeemer Kids?
We currently have Redeemer Kids during our 9:30 and 11am services.
I'm new, how do I register my kids for Sunday?
As a first time visitor, stop by our Welcome Desk in the Student Center. Our Welcome Team is ready to help you check-in for the first time. We will ask for contact information and other relevant information to place your child in the right room. Our volunteers will help you find the right classrooms for your children and introduce them to their teachers. Don’t forgot to ask for a gift for each child!
What time should I arrive?
Check-in begins 15 minutes before service. If you are first time visitor, we encourage you to arrive at 9:15 am or 10:45 am to give us enough time to register your children.
Where is the Student Center?
The Student Center is on the west side of the building (closest to Forest Hills Rd). For the most convenient access to the Student Center, enter through the Office Doors.
I’m a regular attender, but I'm bringing a guest. How do I register a guest?
Join Our Team
- Volunteers: Age 18 or older (Background Check Required)
- Volunteers: Ages 12-17 (Background Check Not Required)