Summer Day Camp
June 14th – August 13th
June 28 – 30 @7pm
Ways to watch and learn
Overview of our departments
KidzTown is divided into 12 Departments. Visit "Departments' Tab for more info
Bible Babies (newborn to walking)
Wonderful Ones (1’s)
Transformed Twos (2’s)
Triumphant Threes (3’s)
Fruitful Fours (4’s)
Kingdom Kids (5’s through 1st grade)
Uptown (2nd- 5th grade)
Special Needs (for children with special needs)
Wednesday Night Programs:
Rainbows & Mpact Girls
Also, our non-class departments are :
Xpress (facilitates check in)
Supply Center (the central hub of supplies for KidzTown).
“For me, the reality is that my children love KidzTown so much, that even when I just got out of my night shift, I drive to church with my little ones. The results of KidzTown in my daughter and son are an inspiration to me.”
“It simply speaks volumes for KidzTown when some workers have been serving an average of 20+ years in our children's ministry.”
We take safety very seriously! To start with, children must be signed in at one of our Xpress check-in stations before they can be received in the classrooms (one located in the Downtown area and the other one in the Uptown area). Xpress issues an ID Badge/sticker (one for the child and one for the parent). Such sticker provides a pager system that works for matching the security number on the parent’s sticker with the child’s sticker during dismissal time. Parents must present the sticker when picking up their child. The ID Badge/sticker also provides a Pager System for parents (if a child needs dad or mom, Xpress station will display in the Sanctuary the child’s number and parents will be able to pick up their child). A minimum of 2 teachers is required in order to receive any children. Furthermore, we also follow a “Safety and Security Manual for Staff and Departmental Workers”.
Each department functions under the direct supervision of a Department Head who reports directly to the KidzTown Teamleader. It is the Department Head’s responsibility to oversee the proper use of curriculum, the schedule, the introduction and evaluation of new workers, and the effectiveness of our Head Teachers.
Then, each class is under the leadership of a Head Teacher– an experienced and capable communicator – and is assisted by one or more workers depending on the size of the class.
The Head Teacher is ultimately responsible for the ministry to the children in their care. The Head Teacher teaches the Bible lesson and allots the supplementary lesson portions to assistant teachers. This includes singing, opening exercises, or leading any other of the ministry functions.