Calvary Kids

You shall love the LORD your God
with all your heart and with all your
soul and with all your might. And
these words that I command you
today shall be on your heart. You
shall teach them diligently to your
children, and shall talk of them
when you sit in your house, and
when you walk by the way, and
when you lie down, and when you
// Deuteronomy 6:5-7

Where do we drop off our kids?

Someone at the Guest Information
Center would be happy to direct
you to the Calvary Kids area that
you need. Please stop by the desk
and ask for directions, ask a
greeter, or follow the directional

how do we check in?

All children in 5th grade and
under are required to check in
at our Calvary Kids Check-In
Center. There are signs throughout
the church pointing you to the Kids
Check-In but there will be plenty
of greeters who can point you in
the right direction. Once you get
to the check-in station you will find
computers with easy to follow
steps to register your child(ren).
The printer next to the computer
will print off two stickers – one for
you to keep and show to the
workers when you pick up your
child(ren), and the other to place
on your child’s back.

Special Needs

If you have a child with special
needs, we would love to have
them and partner with you as
you disciple and raise your child.
Please talk to a Calvary Kids
Volunteer or contact for more


Upon arriving for the morning service, nursery care is immediately available for all of the little ones ages 0-24 months with separate rooms for crawlers and toddlers. Similarly, 2-3 year olds can be taken directly to their classroom for a morning of age-appropriate activity and instruction.



4-year-olds through 5th-graders will accompany you to the auditorium so you can enjoy the first part of the service as a family worshipping in song, prayer, and Bible reading. The kids will be dismissed and will make their way to their own classes where God’s Word will be taught in conjunction with Scripture, songs, and activities by leaders who love kids! Through LifeWay’s The Gospel Project curriculum, kids and preschoolers alike will find out that the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but one unified story—God’s story of redemption.