At Northridge Church, Children’s Ministry = Family Ministry. From birth through
5th grade, it is our desire to involve you –- parents—in every step of your child’s
spiritual growth, learning, and development. Parents, not the church, have the greatest
potential to influence the spiritual development of their kids.
In a calendar year, the average kid will spend about 100 hours in church. You, as
a parent, have 3000 hours with your kids! Our children’s environments are designed
to partner with you as parents to help each child discover and embrace a growing
relationship with Jesus Christ.
What to Expect on Your First Visit
At Northridge Church, we use Fellowship One software to check kids into their appropriate
environments and to match them up with their parents upon check-out. It takes about
5 minutes to register new families into the system. For your convenience, we recommend
that you arrive about 10 minutes early on your first visit to allow for Fellowship One
registration and to check in your kids. Thank you!
Birth – Age 2
Our nurseries provide a nurturing environment filled with age-appropriate toys,
and a well-trained, screened, staff of volunteers to ensure that your little ones
are loved and kept safe while you attend worship services.
Hot Spot is an interactive learning environment where we learn about
our Heavenly Father through song, Bible stories, puppets, activities, and games.
We aim to help every child learn that God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants
to be their friend forever.
Age 4 thru Grade 5
The large group environment in HighPoint includes engaging worship
and Bible storytellers. Small groups provide an opportunity for kids to dig deeper
with a trusted adult leader into what it means to have a growing relationship with
We want this hour to be the high point of a kid’s week! Before a child leaves elementary
school, we want them to know and understand the following 3 basic truths:
- I can trust God no matter what.
- I need to make the wise choice.
- I need to treat others the way I want to be treated.
Sunday mornings during adult worship services.