the heights Kids




The Heights Kids exists to help our children to know and follow Jesus. Right now, that looks a lot different than it did a few weeks ago. We want you to know that we are on your team, we believe that God is mighty in you, and we believe He has equipped and called you to be the primary disciplers of your children!

Below you will find a guide for leading your children through their very own kids service every Sunday before online church, as well as some additional resources for your time at home.

We believe this is a great opportunity to exemplify that church is not a place, but a body of people. As well, this may be a special chance to engage with your kids– reminding them that we can trust God in any circumstance.

More than anything, we think your best opportunity to show your kids Jesus is in the real stuff of everyday life. There is plenty of that these days! We encourage you to press into this time to be present, honest, and learners alongside your children, as we all figure out how to move forward together. We love you, are praying for you, and can’t wait until we get to see you soon!


at home

We encourage you to take time from 9am – 10am, before our online service begins to have your very own version of The Heights Kids at home! Follow the flow of the directions on this page. We pray this will be a special time for your family!

The Message: The Crucifixion

Bible Passage: Matthew 27:15-61

Main Point: Jesus died for our sins!



Start your time by singing along to the following two worship videos. Dance and sing along together!

Every Move I Make

One Way



Next, grab your Bible, and follow along with the videos below. Afterward, ask the following questions (Modify based on comprehension level)

Little Kids

Who is the main character in this story?

What happened in this story? Can you retell it to me?

What did you feel when it talked about Jesus dying?

Why did He have to die on the cross?

What happens next in the story?

What does this mean for us now?


Big Kids

What happened in this story? Can you retell it to me?

Who decided for Jesus to die on the cross?

Why were they so mad at Him?

Why did He have to die?

What IS a sin? Why does this keep us from God?

How would you have felt if you were one of the people who were friends with Him?

What is going to happen next in the story?

Why is this good news?

How does this affect us? What happens to our sins?



Practice the Bible memory verse for this unit!

Romans 5:8.

Explain that when we say, “while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” that means even though we didn’t ask for it, Jesus died for our sins. We did nothing to earn our salvation! How cool is that? What does that mean for us? How does this affect our lives?

Click here for the song we have singing to help us memorize! Beware, it’s pretty catchy..



Pray together as a family for the following:

Thank God for who He is

Praise God for what He has done

    1. In our families
    2. In our schools
    3. In our friends’ lives
    4. In keeping us safe + healthy
    5. In giving us resources

Ask God

      1. For protection
      2. That we would know Him more
      3. For _____ to know God more
      4. For what we need

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