Equipping parents & Kids

Our desire in iKIDS is to help your children encounter the Bible and continue to investigate who Jesus is for their life. We challenge them to expand their faith, connect with friends, and have fun. As you use these resources, we hope to walk with you on your journey to disciple your kids in the ways of Jesus and lead them to take their next step with HIM!

Sunday FunDay Worksheet

iKIDS Video Lesson

Sunday Mornings

Sunday morning is our entry point for families to check out the iKIDS ministries of Immanuel.
We offer both small group, age-appropriate Bible studies and a unique worship experience for kids each week with the goal of your kid saying "WOW"!

Tates Creek Campus
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Kindergarten
  • 9:30am - Small Group Bible Study (iKIDS hallway - Enter Door 13 upstairs)
  • 11:00am -  Worship (Kinder Worship Room)
Elementary (1st-5th grade)
  • 9:30am - Small Group Bible Study (Summit Door #10)
  • 11 am - iKIDS Worship (Summit Door #10)
Armstrong Mill Campus
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
10:00am - iKids Worship (1st - 5th Grade)
11:10am - iKids Small Groups (1st - 5th Grade)

First Time Guest?

It is our desire to create an engaging, irresistible environment for your child. Below are policies and procedures we have put into place to ensure your child's safety and care.

Drop Off and Pick Up

All parents are required to check their children in at the Children's Welcome Desk. First time visitors will receive our two-part security tag system. Part of the tag has the child's name and security code. The other part matches the child's part of the tag and is given to the parents. Parents must present the matching security tag when picking up their child — no exceptions. After your child has enrolled in iKIDS, parents will sign into our computer system and receive a computer security tag.

Good Health

Children who show signs or symptoms of fever or any other contagious diseases will not be admitted into iKIDS in order to protect other children. Children must be fever free for 24 hours before being admitted.

Allergies

Parents are asked to disclose all allergies on their enrollment form, as well as filling out an allergy alert tag each time your child is brought to iKIDS. If your child carries an EpiPen, you are required to tell the teacher when and how to administer the medication. We only serve the following snacks: graham crackers and Ritz crackers. If a teacher brings in outside food for a small group lesson, they are required to list the food outside the door.

Enrollment

It is imperative that a guest registration form be filled out for each child visiting iKIDS. Our team will greet you at the Welcome Desk and help you with the enrollment process. The welcome desk is located on the main floor on the south end of the building at Door #13.
Tips and Reminders: Please label all of your child's belongings. We discourage parents from allowing their children to bring their own toys into the classroom as it is easy for them to be misplaced or forgotten.

Be a Difference Maker

From the time a child is born until he graduates from high school. we have only 936 weeks to influence the choices he will make. In 416 weeks (10 years), most children have set their moral compass and have determined what is right and wrong.

Want to be a difference maker? Serve on the iKIDS team!

KIDS Volunteer Reference Form

Has someone listed you as a reference to volunteer in children's ministry at Immanuel? For your convenience, you can use our online form to provide feedback.
Just click the button below.

Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."

Our desire is to help your child encounter the Bible and continue to investigate who Jesus is. We challenge them to expand their faith, connect with friends, and have fun.

We eagerly join you on your journey to disciple your children in the ways of Jesus and lead them to take their next step with Him. Kids have a small group Bible study hour plus an hour of worship "their way" with songs, dance, skits, games, and teaching geared toward shaping their character.
We are walking through the Bible teaching kids how each story connects to Jesus.