Woodmen Kids

We’re called to minister to children and help families raise kids who love Jesus. From weekend gatherings, to AWANA on Wednesday nights, to special events, you’ll find lots of ways for boys and girls to learn and get to know Christ personally. We believe kids can worship with their whole hearts. Sometimes this looks like celebration and sometimes it’s being quiet in the Lord’s presence. If you’re a parent, we’d love to connect with you and your family. We have opportunities for you to serve in ways the Lord has gifted you! Do you love to build relationships with kids, but big groups aren’t your thing? You can lead a small group. Do you enjoy teaching? We’d love for you to creatively share God-stories. Is worship your jam? Join us in leading songs and motions to bring God glory. We also have fun, behind-the-scenes ways for you to serve, from tech, to crafts, to admin. God is moving and changing lives through Woodmen Kids! However you’re wired, we’ve got a spot where you can make a difference in the life of a child. To find out more, email Eloise Burges.

The way we live this out is through:

  • Growing Spiritually Healthy Families
  • Teaching God's Word
  • Building Relationships
  • Safety
  • Fun


LOCATIONS

Rockrimmon
Early Childhood: Birth - Kindergarteners meet in our Noah's Ark building.
Elementary: Grade 1-4 meet in Room 100 located on the lower level of the Rockrimmon Community Center.
56 (Grade 5-6) meets in the Community Center Gym on Sundays at 9 am.
Woodmen Heights
Early Childhood: Babies–Kindergarteners are in the Woodmen Kids modular building.
Elementary: 1st–2nd grades meet Room 107 and 3rd–4th grades meet in Room 106 in the Atrium.
56 meets in Room 104 in the Atrium on Sundays at 11 am.
Gleneagle
Early Childhood: Birth–2 year olds meet in Room107; 3 year olds–Kindergarten meet in Room 108.
Elementary:1st-4th grades meet in theLearning Commons.
56 meets in the Cafeteria on Saturdays at 6:00 pm.

GOOD HEALTH GUIDELINES

We want to provide a healthy environment in our Woodmen Kids ministry, so we ask you to keep your child at home when you observe any of the following within the last 24 hours:

  • Fever
  • Diarrhea
  • Pink eye and/or discharge
  • Lethargy or irritability
  • Green or yellow runny nose
  • Excessive coughing
  • Questionable rash
  • Vomiting 

We ask our Ministry Partners/Staff to follow these same guidelines.

Thank you for helping us do our best to keep everyone healthy during their stay at Woodmen Kids! 

* If your child becomes ill while with Woodmen Kids, you will be notified promptly.

* If your child is being treated with an antibiotic, he or she should have received treatment for at least 24 hours before attending.

* Medication will not be given under any circumstances. Parents may return and give medication if necessary. Exceptions are with events when the medic/physician/RN on duty will administer it. For your child’s protection, we also ask our caregivers to follow these guidelines.


ELECTRONIC CHECK IN

Our electronic check in system helps us provide a safe environment for children.
Parents/Guardians, enter your family’s information to speed up your check in on your first day.

Serving Opportunities
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