What Is Kidtown?

Kidtown is Grace Midtown’s kids’ ministry, a place for everyone ages 3 months to 12 years old to build friendships, encounter Jesus, and be loved by volunteer leaders in the church.

Why Should I Join Kidtown?

Jesus said ‘Let the little children come to me.’ Kidtown is invested in the flourishing of kids, and in bringing them close to Jesus.

Who Participates in Kidtown?

Kidtown is for everyone ages 3 months to 12 years old. Moms of newborns and nursing babies have a dedicated nursing room at the church, next to Kidtown. Adults who love kids and want to volunteer on Sunday mornings are encouraged to reach out for more information about serving with Kidtown. All volunteers are trained to work with kids and background checked before getting started.

Where Is Kidtown held?

Kidtown has parking near the Northside entrance of the church. Once you come inside, there are rooms for infants, toddlers, older tots, preschoolers, and elementary school kids (grades k-5).

When Is Kidtown held?

Every Sunday, Kidtown meets for nursery and preschool-aged kids and elementary school-aged kids at 10 am.

How Do I Join Kidtown?

For parents of kids, find the dedicated Kidtown parking and entrance, and a volunteer will greet you and help you get signed in with the electronic sign-in system. Feel free to bring anything your kids need to be comfortable, but also rest assured that Kidtown probably can help out with anything you forgot to bring!

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