Connecting children and families through a relationship with God.

We believe kids matter.

The focus of NorthPark Kids is to connect children and families in lasting relationships with God
through His Word and age-appropriate services. We offer programs for children ages birth through sixth grade.

Their spiritual growth and development are a top priority for us. In a safe and loving environment,
NorthPark strives to make church both fun and meaningful for all kids.
Life is crazy right now with the Covid-19 Virus.  Here are some links and helps that will assist you and your children during this time.  To keep up-to-date with the newest links, please join our Facebook Group here.

Sunday School

9:30 am

Sunday School is a time for discipleship each Sunday. From 9:30 am to 10:30 am, we have classes for every child's age—from the newest newborn all the way up to sixth grade. This is a place where kids learn more about God's love for each one of us.

King's Kids

10:45 am

King’s Kids is for Kindergarten through Sixth grade kids. Each Sunday morning, they are dismissed from worship immediately before the sermon to go to the Student's Space. The monthly virtues taught each Wednesday evening in 252 Basics are reinforced during this learning time.  

252 Kids

6:30 pm

Wednesday evenings from 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm during the school year, NorthPark's Children ministry offers a small group/large group environment for Kindergarten through Sixth graders called 252 Kids. This program uses Bible stories, a core virtue, and a memory verse each month while offering engaging presentations of the three basic truths modeled by Jesus in Luke 2:52:
  • I need to make the wise choice.
  • I can trust God no matter what.
  • I should treat others the way I want to be treated. 


Jump Start is a 20-minute presentation where parents and kids learn what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus. It’s designed to help parents jump start a conversation about faith.  For more info about JumpStart, click the picture to the right.

What to Expect

Where do I go on my first time to NorthPark?

When you arrive on campus for your first visit, please stop by our first-time guest information station. We have cheerful greeters ready to meet your family and quickly get all the necessary information to get your child registered for NorthPark Kids.

What Is the check-in process like?

For Preschool Families: When you arrive at NorthPark, you can sign in at any check-in computer located in the South Lobby of the NorthPark Kids wing. On your first visit, you will add your children to the check-in system. You and your child will receive nametags and an ID number tag. Your child will not be released from his or her classroom until we receive the matching ID number tag back from you at pick up.

After your first visit, simply search by your last name and then click on your family. Select the name of your child and confirm that they are assigned to his or her correct classroom. You and your child will receive your nametags and ID number tag.

Who will be with my kids?

At NorthPark, we make a special effort to provide the best in Bible education, guidance, and personnel for your child in order to make their church experience one that will lead them into a relationship with Jesus Christ. Our volunteers have a definite purpose in mind every time your child is here whether it is on Sunday morning, Wednesday night or any other time during the week. We have volunteers complete a volunteer application, pass a background check and submit references. For your child's safety, our volunteers never serve alone.

What if NorthPark Kids need to contact me during the service?

During check-in, we will get your cell phone number. We will either text or call if there is a problem or emergency. 

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