Journey Kids opens 15 minutes before the start of each gathering.
When you arrive, head to Journey Kids Check In, located at the end of the main hallway.
We will ask you to check in your child using our electronic system. You will receive a guardian tag with a code. If we need to contact you at anytime during a gathering, we will reach out to you via text message. To maintain a secure environment, you must bring your guardian tag back to Journey Kids to pick up your child at the conclusion of the gathering.
All of our Journey Kids J-Teamers go through an application and interview process, as well as a background check. To enter Journey Kids, you must have undergone a background check or have a guardian tag.
[ 0-24 MONTHS ]
Our Babies J-Teamers care for, pray over, and nurture your child while you enjoy our gathering. Your child will enjoy age appropriate toys and music and interaction with children their own age.
[ 2-5 YEARS ]
While your child is learning to explore the world around them, Journey Kids will help them thake their first few steps of faith. Your child will play, build relationships, and learn about how much God loves them through age-appropriate activities like stories, crafts, and songs.
[ 1ST-5TH GRADE ]
Every week, your child will form friendships, grow closer to God, and learn to serve others in Journey Kids. The experiences are visually engaging, creative, and interactive. It will be the best hour of your child’s week!
[ UP TO 18 YRS. OLD ]
Our Special Needs ministry exists at our Newark location to help kids who need accommodations learn how much God loves them in an environment designed specifically for them. This opportunity is available for anyone up to age 18. Our preschool and elementary age groups gather at 10:30am on Sunday in Newark, and our middle school and high school age groups gather at 12pm on Sunday in Newark. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP so that we know your child will be gathering with us! When you check your child into our Special Needs ministry, you’ll be asked to fill out a comprehensive information form about your child so we can provide the most appropriate level of assistance for him or her.