Check out Heritage Kids At Home each weekend for a great children’s church experience from your home.
Heritage Kids will reopen with modifications on Sunday, October 25 at 11am (only)! Additional service times will be added as we can, depending on the need and the number of volunteers available.
All families are welcome to our new family service in Studio 230. This service is a transitional program that we will be offering until our grade level rooms reopen. Parents will attend with their children and will get to worship, experience the kids’ lesson, a sermon and discussion time. Our first speaker on October 25 is Andy Sieberhagen!
Early childhood classes for 1-year-old through PreK, will be available, but limited in capacity. We encourage parents to keep infants with them in whatever service they choose to attend.
Find out more details in the linked pdf below.
Everyone, adults and children, entering through the Heritage Kids Entrance, will be temperature checked prior to entering the building. If you are visiting for the first time with your children, we ask you for some essential personal information: parent/legal guardian names, children’s names and birth dates, contact information, and any special things you want us to know about your child(ren) (i.e. allergies, special needs, etc.). Your information is entered into our data base to help maintain our safe and secure check-in procedures and parent paging system.
To ensure your child’s safety, all Heritage Kids volunteers and staff must pass a background check. The Children’s wing entrance and exit is supervised and only accessible by volunteers, staff, and parents and children who have an ID tag. Children and parents are issued a secure ID tag with a unique code to use in check-in and pick up. Should we need to contact you while your child is in Heritage Kids, we will notify you using the unique code on your child’s ID tag.
In order to promote a healthy environment in Heritage Kids, we ask that parents keep their child at home when any of the following are observed in their child: any degree of fever in the last 24 hrs, vomiting, diarrhea, unexplained or contagious skin rash, Hand foot & mouth disease, chronic cough, chest congestion, raspy breathing, runny nose (yellow/green discharge), pink eye, parasites (nits, lice, mites, ringworm, etc.)
If a child is being treated with antibiotics for any reason, he or she should receive treatment for a full 24 hours before coming to Heritage Kids. Please understand that our Heritage Kids team is unable to administer any medication of any kind to your child.
Heritage Kids reserves the right to turn children away if they display any of the above symptoms of sickness. If a child becomes ill, or displays any of the above symptoms while in our care, parents will immediately be contacted.
Be a part of our children’s ministry opportunities working with children and teaching them about Jesus. We need your help during weekend services in classrooms and at the Check-in Station. Start by filling out this form.