Every Sunday, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
In KidMin, we give children ages birth-5th grade opportunities to grow in Loving God, Knowing Jesus, and Serving Others. Keep reading to learn more about KidMin at St. Andrew's!
KidMin Worship is our weekly opportunity for children to worship God and learn about Jesus together in age-appropriate environments!
Every week we sing, hear a Bible story, and have some fun games and activities. KidMin worship meets every Sunday morning at 10 am, during the regular Sunday worship service. We would love to have you join us! Children are also always welcome in worship in the sanctuary, and there are busy bags available.
First Time to KidMin Worship: The easiest way to find us is to enter the church building either through the doors labled "StACK" or "Offices/Gym". When you come in the doors, one of our friendly volunteers will show you where to go and help you get your child checked in!
Online KidMin Worship: Currently, we offer a quality weekend KidMin worship video experience that can be found on our KidMin YouTube channel. You can find our channel here. These videos are available for three different age levels: Preschool, Elementary (Kinder-3rd grade), and Preteen (4th & 5th grade).
KidMin Programs & Events
St. Andrew's KidMin offers a variety of programs and events throughout the year for children to grow in their faith, serve the community, and make new friends. Check out the church calendar to see what we have coming up!
All volunteers are required to complete the “Safe Gathering” training. Safe Gatherings is a comprehensive system that incorporates an application, abuse prevention training, several levels of background checks, and reference checks for people who volunteer or are employed with churches.
St Andrew’s Center for Kids (StACK), is equipped with locking doors, video camera doorbell and remote entry system. The doors are closed once the worship service begins. When the service is over, the doors will be reopened, and all caregivers must show matching claim stickers to that of their child’s in order to leave with their children.