King’s Kids at Kaufman Church of Christ are focused on learning about God, serving others, and having fun. We work in partnership with parents to teach children the story of God’s love and the value of service to others; we also want to have fun and build relationships
with each other. We serve children from birth to fifth grade in Bible classes, Children’s Worship, and special fun activities.
A heart for service begins with our youngest children. Each week the children are invited to bring their offering to the front of the auditorium and place it in the buckets. All the money collected in the Children’s Offering goes to Mercy Project to rescue children from slavery in Ghana. We currently sponsor six rescued children.
Weekly Children’s Classes
Children’s Worship takes place during the latter portion of our Sunday morning worship service and is for children from birth to third grade. The children are dismissed following the Children’s Offering and prior to the sermon. Parents bring their children to the gathering room, Room 201, and sign them in; teachers meet the children and escort them to their classrooms. During Children’s Worship, our children have a lesson with a Bible story as well as an activity that teaches them about God’s love and His plan for us.
Sunday Morning Bible Class
Bible classes begin ten minutes after worship and are taught for children of all ages. Children who attend Children’s Worship simply stay in their classroom, and the Bible class teacher comes to them. Fourth and fifth grade students meet upstairs in room 304. Bible classes continue the lesson taught in Children’s Worship with applications and fun activities.
Wednesday Evening Bible Class
Classes are held each Wednesday evening from 6:30-7:30. Two and three year old children meet downstairs in room 106. Four year old children through fifth grade meet upstairs in the Faith Factory. The children study a Bible story or Bible character for three consecutive weeks using a different media each week. We combine active learning with a deeper look at God’s Word.