Harvest Kids

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  • Welcome to Harvest Kids

    As parents, we may often wonder, "Am I messing this up?" Bringing your children to Harvest Kids is one parenting decision made easy. Here at Harvest, we understand how hard parenting is and want to come alongside you in the task of discipling your children. Not only do we want to teach your children about Jesus, but we want to equip you with the weekly tools you need to teach them at home.

    Harvest Kids happens every weekend at all our campuses.

    During the year there are special events like the IGNITE Spring retreat.  Also AWANA happens throughout the school year at the ENGLEWOOD Campus. 

  • What to Expect

    If you are coming on a weekend, new families should expect to be greeted at our computer check-in stations. While there, we will help you enter your family members' names and ages; print name tags; and pick up a parent claim security sticker. We are happy to show your family to their classrooms and help everyone get settled. For your own peace of mind, we want you to know that all teachers are background-checked, trained, and supervised.

    After an opening game or activity, children head to a central room for a dynamic time of worship. 

    Children are led through contemporary worship songs honoring God with their voices and bodies as they dance and use hand motions. 

    We believe the Word of God should be taught boldly and correctly.  Each week teachers open their Bibles and lead children in biblical truths at their level.

    We are a church OF small groups and this includes our children. Children engage in small group conversations about what they are learning that week, share prayer requests, apply the Bible to their lives, and play games to memorize scripture.

  • Teaching

    God is seeking worshipers, and we want our children to become followers of Jesus Christ the Lord (John 1:12), who will worship God in spirit and in truth (John 4:24).

    Jesus is the friend who sticks closer than a brother (Proverbs 18:24).  We want our children to understand and begin to experience a personal, growing relationship with Jesus Christ in community with other children (1 John 1:7).

    The Holy Spirit has given every believer gifts and abilities, which are to be used in the service of Christ’s kingdom (1 Corinthians 14:12).  We want our children to experience the joy of serving Christ and seeing their gifts used for His glory (John 9:24).