We are so glad you want to invest in your child’s future! Here at Heritage, our mission is to connect and disciple families and raise up the next generation. Our committed volunteers are here to teach and bless your kids!
All children need to be checked in at our Check-In Station in the lobby, either before the service or after worship, when the kids are dismissed. Each child will receive a personalized security sticker with a corresponding Guardian sticker.
Please keep your Guardian sticker to check-out your child at the end of the service.
Check out occurs at the same classroom where you dropped your child off. Guardians need to bring their sticker to turn in to the teacher, who will attach it to the corresponding child sticker for security purposes. Should you lose your sticker, we ask that you show ID and sign the child’s portion of the sticker for check-out.
Kids from 1st-5th grade usually worship with their parents during the music portion of the service. Childcare for children ages 5 and under is available for the entire service, so feel free to worship with your preschoolers or drop them off.
On the first Sunday of the month, kids check-in directly and go straight to class for Kids Worship! We are so excited to empower young worshippers! We’ll even be working with kids to write their own songs!
Kids earn Bible Bucks for bringing their Bible to class, remembering the memory verse, and as an affirmation of good behavior. Every last Sunday of the month the Bible Bucks store is open to TK-5th grade, so they can spend their hard-earned cash on fun prizes!
Who’s it for? Babies and toddlers between 0-36 months.
Where: Room 107
If you want to stay with your child during the service, feel free to utilize our “Cry Room” (Room 200, upstairs). You will be able to listen to the service and there is a section especially for nursing mothers.
Preschoolers get to learn about the Bible in a hands-on and interactive way!
Who’s it for? Toddlers between 3 and 4. Potty training kids are welcome in this class, which conveniently has a tiny restroom attached.
Where: Room 106
Kids learn a lesson that is both interactive and informative, with crafts and story time.
Who’s it for? Kids who are starting school. This class helps to transition them from preschool to the upper grades.
Where: Room 103
Kids gather together for a large group teaching, where they are taught a story from the Bible and learn to memorize verses from Scripture. They then break into small groups according to their ages and learn to apply the lesson to their lives.
Who’s it for? 1st-5th graders
Where: Room 101