Kidventure partners with parents and volunteers to create an engaging environment where children can Experience & Express the Essence of Jesus Christ! We desire to see kids and families live on mission together through a lifestyle of being involved in God’s Word, responding to His Spirit, and loving others by serving together.
Extreme 45 utilizes an engaging environment geared especially for our 4th & 5th Graders to help them learn, grow, develop and share their walk with Christ. Cool room decor, contemporary seating, group games, and even a loft all assist our fabulous small group leaders in connecting your “tweener” with Christ!
Our desire is for children to grow in their understanding of God, in their relationships and in their overall sense of who God is making them to be. We have created Kidventure to be a safe place of teaching and expressing God’s love.
INFANTS & TODDLERS
Each Sunday, Infants and Toddlers can expect . . .
In addition to the above, each Sunday, Preschoolers can expect . . .
A SAFE PLACE
Here at Base Camp we have some policies and procedures in place to help ensure your child’s safety and care.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. 503.570.2988 or email@example.com.
We believe the Bible is exciting, church can be relevant, and good leaders are to invest in kids! Our dedicated volunteer leaders typically commit long-term to one of our two age groups: K-1st Graders or 2nd-3rd Graders. During these crucial years of physical, social, cognitive, and spiritual development, your child will have the opportunity to learn and apply . . .
What to expect on Sunday Morning…
Extreme 45 has a similar format to our Summit program but we challenge our 4th & 5th graders with more responsibility and encourage them in their creativity and participation. This may look like leading worship for our younger kids, special field-trips, service projects, “guys” or “girls” time, and more!
Before kids head off to middle school, we want them to Experience & Express the Essence of Jesus Christ through a . . .