Kids Point

Our kids love it here, yours will too. 

What is KidsPoint?

Every Sunday your children (3 months through 6th grade) will be taught Bible-led lessons in a fun and creative environment tailored to their specific age. Our KidsPoint instructors are devoted to helping your little ones learn about Jesus is in a way that they can understand.  We hope it’s the best part of their week!

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Your First Visit
Upon your arrival, look for the area in our KidsPoint building marked first-time families. We will meet your family, check your child into our database system, and one of our volunteers will lead your child to their age-appropriate room.

We will ask for the following personal information:

  • Family members’ names
  • Children’s names and birth dates
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Any special instructions (allergies, special needs) for your child

Safety & Security
The safety and security of your child is our highest prioritiy. At Life Point, all of our children and student ministry volunteers are pre-screened with a background check. Our mission is for your children to think of KidsPoint as the best part of their week, while giving you the peace of mind that they are in a safe, caring and secure environment.

How Check-in Works
You may check in your child at any available station inside the KidsPoint building. After finding your child’s name in the database, you and your child will be given matching identification tags that are exclusive to your family and your visit. Your child will need to wear the name tag portion while you keep the matching tag. After the service, you will return to your child’s room and show your tag for your child to be released back to you.

In the event that we need to contact you during the service, your child’s identification code will appear on the screen in the auditorium. We ask that you exit the auditorium immediately and look for a staff member or volunteer who will help direct you to your child’s room.

The Ride Home
We want to encourage our families to ask your child questions on the way home like, “Was KidsPoint fun?” and “What did you learn about Jesus today?” It’s our goal that every child has a positive answer to these two questions, every week!

We would love to see you and your family visit KidsPoint at Life Point this Sunday. Join the fun and experience a world where kids meet Jesus on their level!

If you have any questions please email Roxy Hurtado, our Children’s Pastor.

Current Teaching Series

 Determination is a response of the character of God.

Throughout Scripture, we can discover that God has been faithful to His people. He rescued them from slavery in Egypt. He sent Jesus to rescue us from our sin. He remained faithful to the early church as they spread the message of Jesus throughout the world. When we see how God gave His people what they needed to continue following Him, we can respond with determination believing that God will give us what we need to finish what we start.                 

Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to help us have determination.

When Jesus gave His disciples the incredible mission of spreading the message of the Gospel throughout the world, He didn’t make them do it alone. Instead, He sent the Holy Spirit to empower them to show faith and determination in the face of whatever might happen along the way. When we put our faith in Jesus, the Holy Spirit empowers us to finish what we start.

We think it’s important for us to help our kids and families discover more about determination—deciding it’s worth it to finish what you started.

Our Memory Verse for May comes from Galatians 6:9.

In Galatians 6:9, we read, “Let us not become tired of doing good. At the right time we will gather a crop if we don’t give up” (NIrV). When Paul wrote this verse to the church at Philippi, he encouraged the followers of Jesus to show determination and keep doing good. We may not see results right away, but in time, God will help us see that finishing what we started was worth all of the effort.

Let’s see how determination shows up in the early church and the first followers of Jesus as they worked to accomplish the mission He had for them.