Seven mile kids // 

loving and leading our kids to know jesus

Your kids will enjoy learning about Jesus with friends at Seven Mile KIDS. We currently have 2 "Kid's Church" groups available (1-4, and 5-8) with age-appropriate activities and learning. All of our volunteers are interviewed and background checked (National and State - CORI) to provide a safe and fun environment. Kids are "checked-in" before the service, where they are registered and receive a name tag. Kids attend the first part of the Sunday Gathering with their family to begin to build rhythms and memories of worshipping with their family. They are dropped off to their class immediately following the Kid Sermon and are picked up at the end of the Sunday Gathering.

We use the Gospel Story Curriculum to help our kids understand that the Bible is one story with Jesus as the hero. From Genesis to Revelation, the curriculum focuses on the the major passages of Scripture that tell the story of redemption. For more information about our policy, procedures, and philosophy of ministry, check out the Seven Mile Kids Handbook.

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A NOTE TO PARENTS...

What a grace it is to partner together to love and lead our children in worship of the living God each week! We care deeply about the sons and daughters that our Father has blessed us with and are working hard to lead them toward a grace-centered, Biblically-grounded love of Jesus and His gospel. Our prayer is that they will grow up holy, healthy, and happy to call Seven Mile Road home. We are so excited and so thankful that you are aligning with the church’s heart to serve and lead our children to this end. At Seven Mile Kids, our desire is to:

  • Partner with parents to make disciples
  • Infuse children with the language and story of the Gospel
  • Celebrate as children come to saving faith in Jesus
  • Form and shape children as Christ Followers

 If we can answer any questions about Seven Mile Kids, or talk about our policy, procedures, or philosophy of ministry, please let us know. We would love to start a conversation.

-- The Seven Mile Kids Staff