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What Life Groups Need to Know about Serving with KidsOnMission

Updated: Mar 4

Thanks so much for serving our church! We have an amazing church-family that cares about one another. It is good that our groups come to serve, not just to be served. That is a Christ-like example for all of us.

You are welcome to share this short post with your life group to help everyone feel well-prepared.

Before Wednesday:

- Make sure to complete an online background check if you have not previously done so.

- Review these key safety policies before coming.

Rule #1 is the "Rule of Two."

Every word matters.

Every interaction matters.

On Wednesday:

- Relax. You will never be on your own. You will never be asked to do something without help. And the leaders/teachers area already prepared to teach and lead. People wearing this shirt are there to help you with whatever you need.

- Arrive as close to 5:45 as possible.

- Sign in at the Hub. There will be a team-member there to direct you to the right spot.

- And then jump into the events.

- Remember the your role is important! You might not be teaching the lesson, but you are representing Jesus to our kids. You matter. Your work matters.

What Will Serving Look Like?

The nursery is less structured (because of the age of the kids there), but it is still a very impactful time. Every baby and toddler is precious. And we want them to know that they are loved and church is for them. Come ready to laugh, read Bible-stories, and enjoy time with our smallest people.


This is a great time of dinner, Bible, worship, and tons of fun! Your role will be to supervise and work with the other leaders, model love for Jesus and excitement about the gospel. It's not complicated, but it does make a difference. Kids are highly influenced by adults who show that they care about them. So just smile and jump in :)


Elementary kids start with dinner and a large group teaching. Then they break up into groups (5k, 1st-2nd, 3rd-4th, 5th) for Bible study and games. We have amazing teachers and game leaders already in place, so your role will be to lead the kids safely through the night while modeling engagement and joy. These kids will love to see you learning and having fun with them as you supervise and help things run smoothly.

If you have any questions, you can contact Kelly at


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