Basecamp Basecamp serves infants, toddlers, and pre-schoolers by helping these little ones grow in their understanding of God, their relationships with others, and their overall sense of who God is making them to be. It’s a place of safety, teaching, and an expression of God’s love.
Summit Summit aims to make the Bible come alive to our K-3rd Graders, by making church fun & relevant through interactive games, crafts, drama, videos, and live worship, as well as providing great leaders who will invest in kids lives.
4th & 5th Grade
Extreme 45 uses an engaging environment geared specifically for preteens to help them learn, grow, develop and share their walk with Jesus. We strive to taylor an experience to help them understand God and how the Bible relates to their lives.
Our vision is to partner with you in creating an engaging environment where children can experience and express the Life of Jesus. If you are interested in having your child dedicated, please sign up here
We realize motherhood doesn't get easier. It changes from season to season and gets richer as we learn to rely on Jesus in the everyday. Real Moms (Renewed, Encouraged, Accepted & Loved) is here to encourage, equip and support ALL moms to not just survive motherhood, but to thrive in it, in whatever season you find yourself in!
During our 10:15am service, we offer assistance for kids with special needs. Our team of trained leaders will buddy up with your child and help them participate in our children’s programming and experience God’s love for them! If your child needs assistance, please fill out this form.
It's my child's first time attending Kidventure. How will we know where to go / what to do?
We love first time visitors! Once you've arrived to our Kidventure area, you will be greeted by a New Family Specialist who will get you signed in and show you where the classrooms are. From the minute a child arrives at Kidventure to the minute they are picked up to go home, we want to make sure they have the most comfortable and best experience possible.
My child is attending a service with a friend / family member who is in a different age group. Can they attend together in the same class?
Because our curriculum is adapted in each class to best fit the age group being taught, we encourage kids to attend the service in their appropriate age classroom. However, if a child is uncomfortable attending alone, they may attend service with a friend or family member; we just ask that both children attend the service for the youngest child’s age group. This allows both children to fully understand and engage in the lesson being taught.
What is the pick up / drop off policy?
Your child’s safety is a top priority. Once checked in with a printed nametag through our secure check-in system, kids can be dropped off into their assigned classroom. For pick up, you will be required to show your security tag to our dependable & trained classroom leaders.
Does Kidventure provide tools to help me connect with what my child is learning in church?
Yes! Each week, we send home a handout for parents called the ParentCue. This handout offers ways to engage with your kids throughout the week that corresponds with the weekly message and Bible Story we talked about on Sunday. We also send the ParentCue via email every Monday.
As a parent, can I be my child's classroom teacher?
Many parents are involved with their children in Kidventure and our team is always excited to welcome new leaders who love pouring into the lives of their children. If you would like to serve on our Kidventure Team, click here or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I find out about events and what's going on in Kidventure?
The best way to stay up to date is by following us on Instagram and Facebook. We also send a monthly parent email that keeps you in the know of what’s going on each month. If you’re not already getting this email, please contact us at email@example.com
Are snacks provided in my child's class?
Children one year old through preschool receive an option of plain Cheerios, Ritz Crackers, Graham Crackers and/or Raisins. We also offer allergy-friendly options for those with food sensitivities. If your child has an allergy, please notify the Oversight Leaders so they can add an alert to your child's nametag. Snacks are not provided for K-5th graders.
What is Kidventure's Wellness Policy?
To ensure a safe and healthy environment for every child, we request that you make sure children are symptom free for at least 24 hours before bringing them to their class.
My child just had a birthday. When do they move up to the next class?
Kidventure follows Oregon state’s school guidelines for grade level advancement, admitting a child to the appropriate class based on the child’s age on September 1st. Move-Up Sunday happens once a year and affects children entering 2’s, 3’s, 4’s and K-5th graders. Children under two move up as needed. The Infants classroom is for birth-walkers, Toddler 1 is for walkers-18 months and Toddler 2 is for kids ages 18-24 months.
What if my child is unable to stay in class?
We offer a Nursing Moms Room to accommodate those with fussy or vocal babies and toddlers. The room is equipped with some toys and a TV monitor of the service so you don't miss what's happening. The Nursing Moms room is located in the Kidventure classroom area.