Step 1: Check-in for Reno Kids
Stop by the check-in station and speak to a volunteer who will help you register your kids for the first time. We ask every parent to do this so your kids can be safe and accounted for in RenoKids. They will receive a printed label with their name to wear. This helps volunteers learn your child's name and make your child feel welcomed. It also contains your phone number that will be texted if a volunteer requires your help.
Kids classes are offered up to 1st grade. We are currently working on adding our older kids class, 2nd-4th grade in the near future. Children 2nd grade and up are welcomed to sit in the sanctuary with their parents. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and your family.
Step 2: Begin worship as a family
To begin our service, both kids and parents sit together in the main room. After singing a few songs, the kids and volunteers will be dismissed downstairs to RenoKids. Feel free to go down with your child to drop them off and meet the volunteers and teachers serving that day.
Step 3: Pickup your kids after service
At the check-in station, you will have received a label that matches your child. Head downstairs and present that label to pick-up your kid. This approach protects your child from being picked by anyone other than then yourself (or someone you trust and give your label to). After you have your kids, feel free to let them run around in the worship space while you mingle with others- The kids love climbing under the chairs!
The Gospel Project Curriculum.
The Gospel Project for Kids is a Christ-centered Bible study resource that follows a chronological timeline of Bible events—presenting the story of redemption through Jesus Christ. Each week, these stories come to life through video, music, activities, and more.