Nursery team members lovingly care for each baby by meeting their individual needs and offering an interactive and fun classroom. Team members also take time to intentionally pray over each baby in their care.
Through free play, worship, interactive Bible stories, and activities, toddlers begin learning about God, Jesus, and the Bible. Classroom team members intentionally play with kids, model worship, facilitate activities, and pray over each child.
Grades 1 - 6
Through a large group experience called Wiggle Worship, interactive small groups, prayer, and free play, group leaders creatively help preschoolers and kindergarteners learn about God, Jesus, and the Bible. Preschool group leaders intentionally play with kids, model worship, facilitate small group activities, and pray over each child. You can listen to some of the songs your child will sing in Wiggle Worship on our Spotify playlist.
Through a large group experience, interactive small groups, prayer, and free play, group leaders creatively help kids in grades 1-6 experience Jesus on their level. Elementary group leaders intentionally play with kids, model worship, and facilitate small group activities and discussions. You can listen to some of the songs your child will sing in large group on our Spotify playlist
Learn more about Traders Point Kids
When: Sundays during each worship service
Where to Go: When you enter through the south door labeled Family Entrance, you’ll see the Kids Guest Check In desk right away. Once there, a Traders Point Kids team member will help check you in, answer any questions you may have, and even show you to the early childhood and elementary kids classrooms.
If you’ve attended Traders Point with kids before, you can check-in your elementary kids at any of the check-in kiosks. After checking in your kids, just accompany them to their rooms.
When worship service is over, elementary kids can be picked up in the same room where they were dropped off.
Tip: There is a room for nursing moms in the Traders Point Kids hallway with changing supplies, rocking chairs, and a television with the service stream.