Journey Kids exists to create safe & fun environments where kids come to know God, love God, and live like he says.


What To Expect For In-Person Gatherings


  • WHEN TO ARRIVE: Journey Kids opens 15 minutes before the start of each gathering.
  • WHERE TO GO: When you arrive, head to Journey Kids Check In.
  • UPON YOUR ARRIVAL: 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.
  • SAFETY & SECURITY: To learn more about our latest COVID-19 update in regards to Journey Kids, please click here. 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.

Our J-Teamers care for and pray over your child, while you enjoy our gathering. We start introducing your child to music, play, and teachings that will help them learn God made me, God loves me, and Jesus wants to be my friend forever.



(6 weeks – 3 years old)

Our Juniors experience is designed to build a foundation for your child’s faith to grow. Through age appropriate music, activities, prayer, and play, we will teach your child basic truths. God made me. God loves me. Jesus wants to be my friend forever.


(3 years old – Kindergarten)

We creatively engage kids in music, games, and group discussions to discover they can make a wise choice, they can trust God no matter what, and should treat others the way they want to be treated. Our interactive experience will be the best hour of your child’s week!


(1st-5th Grade)

Special Needs Inclusion Team is designed to pair children who need extra support during gatherings with a buddy who provides one-on-one attention. Our goal is to help every child and family feel cared for, regardless of how much care they need.
Special Needs

(2 – 11 years old)