Our Sunday morning consists of worship through music lyric videos, Bible story videos, crafts, games, and much more.

NURSERY - Newborn to age 2

PRESCHOOL - 3-4 years of age



If you're visiting WestVillage Kids for the first time, enter through the western entrance off the parking lot. Check-in is open from 9:40am to 10:15am.

We use a secure check-in system that gives your child a security code that only you as the guardian have the matching slip to. You must have this slip at the time of checking out. You may check in as early as twenty minutes before the services and within thirty minutes of the service starting.

Check-out occurs directly after the service and is done at the same location you checked your children in with your matching security slip.

Each week we seek to see your kids leave knowing that they are connected, have been challenged by the truth, celebrating personally knowing and following Jesus Christ, and that church is FUN!


Safety is our number-one priority for your kids. Our program runs according to Plan to Protect guidelines with the highest standards of safety. All our team members have thoroguh reference, police checks, and training. They are easy to spot as they are wearing bright orange t-shirts!


Our goal is to Reactivate the Family by enlisting parents to act as partners in the spiritual formation of their own cildren. With an Integrated Strategy, we align our leaders and parents to lead with the same end in mind, seeing kids CONNECTED, being CHALLENGED, and CELEBRATING through personally knowing and following Jesus Christ.


We Elevate Community by connecting every child to a caring leader and a consistent group of peers. This helps create an environment that will allow your family to develop deeper relationships with other families and team members.


Refining the Message, crafting core truths into engaging, relevant, and memorable experiences is our primary focus. You can also expect to see and hear worship, games, and laughter. Our desire is when kids leave WestVillage Kids they are asking their parents when they can come back.