Hey parents! Let us take care of the kids while you have a date night! Invite friends out and drop the kids off at NCC. They'll have so much fun and dinner is provided! PLEASE RSVP BELOW.
New Kids exists to empower the next generation to make people and places new.
We want kids to know Jesus loves them and has a plan for their lives by teaching through Bible-based experiences and resources.
We want kids to know WE love them by consistently and faithfully connecting with them and their parents.
Scripture // Scripture shapes our lives.
Ownership // Leaders make things better.
Relationship // Every child deserves to be known and loved.
Excellence // Bringing our best inspires people and honors God.
Safety // Caring for kids is a sacred responsibility.
New Kids is OPEN for both
9:30 & 11:15am services!
We want this space to be welcoming and safe for all kids. Along with our Team Member safety measures (listed below), HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP!
Be flexible with room capacities. It’s our heart to serve every family! At this time, we are limiting capacity.
Red Room: 6 months - 2 years old // max capacity 6 kids
Yellow Room: 3-5 year old // max capacity 8 kids
K-5: 8 kids per small group by gender and age
Anyone entering the New Kids hallway or a classroom, must wear a mask and have their temperature checked - this includes drop off & pickup.
Please only one family member for checkin, drop off & pickup.
Because social distancing isn’t always possible, all K-5 are required to wear a face mask.
Thank you for being flexible and trusting the New Kids Leadership Team!
TEAM MEMBER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
To the best of our ability, New Kids Team Members will follow the following:
Always wear a face mask
Temperature checks prior to serving
Prohibit food of any kind in the classrooms
Encourage all kids to use available hand sanitizer and wash hands often
K-5 store will be closed & no kids bucks will be passed out
All toys, small group bins, pens, door knobs etc. will be wiped down before & after services.
Touchless checkin and checkout process
Limiting the amount & type of toys in our pre-k rooms