the Children's Ministry aT THE HEIGHTS CHURCH
At The Heights Kids, our goal is to create a safe and loving environment in which the children entrusted to our care are able to learn about the character of God, discover Biblical truth, and learn what it means to know and follow Jesus. Your children are important to our community here at The Heights Church! Thank you for allowing us the privilege of spending time with your children at The Heights Kids.
The Heights Kids is:
We commit to being a safe place for children.We understand that safety and security are two of a child’s highest needs. All volunteers have recieved background checks and are indivially approved by pastors at The Heights.
We commit to teach the Bible to our children in an age-appropriate and relevant way so that our children can apply God’s Word in their lives, at home, at school, and in church.
We commit to lavish children with grace so that they will experience unconditional love. We provide a place for children to know and be known, love and be loved, and serve and be served.
We commit to being creative, fun and imaginative in all we do and teach so that we are relevant and inspiring to our kids, motivating them to learn.
How does it work?
The Heights Kids volunteers will be ready to accept children 15 minutes prior to the start of service so that parents/guardians have enough time to transition their child before service begins.
CHECK-IN and CHECK-OUT
In order to protect the children in our care, each child must be checked into their class by a parent/guardian using the electronic check-in system. Upon checking the child in, the parent/guardian and the child will each receive a label with a family-specific ID code. This number then helps volunteers check-out children by verifying a matching number before each child is checked out to go home.
Snacks are provided to children. Parents/guardians should notify The Heights Kids volunteers at check-in of any allergy or food limitations.
The Heights Kids uses a simple text message alert system to communicate with parents, if needed. Please keep your cell phone accessible, checking it periodically during service in case we need to notify you.
Have any questions?
Download and read The Heights Kids parent handbook to learn more about our volunteers, child protection policy, and more. With any other questions, click Ask a Question below to contact The Heights Kids Director.