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The commandments I give you today must be in your hearts. Make sure your children learn them. Talk about them when you are at home. Talk about them when you walk along the road. Speak about them when you go to bed. And speak about them when you get up.” Deuteronomy 6:6-7
KidCity is excited to help you bring the Bible to life and into your home! This powerful and life-changing event will empower you to teach your children about God’s Word. You’ll see the Clubhouse Gang in action and learn how to teach the Bible at home in a way that is simple and compelling.
Additionally, you’ll get to hear from the KidCity Team and experience what goes on in the Clubhouse. Our desire is to MOTIVATE you to be a Life at Home family, where your home will be the primary place where your kids learn about the God.
You’ll learn how to use the Bible with your child at home, as we MODEL some practical ways you can train your kids in God’s Word.
You’ll discover how you can impact your child for Christ as you PRACTICE doing a GodTime together.
Finally, we will PROVIDE you with tools you can take home that will help you bring the Bible to life.
Come ready to be changed, challenged, and excited to get into the Bible with your kids! This is an event that you will not soon forget, one with the potential to make an eternal impact on future generations!
For more information about this event or other resources, please contact Susie Schumacher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are visiting Pathway, you will need to stop at KidCity Guest Services to sign in your child for the service you are attending. KidCity Guest Services is located on the first level just inside the entrance to KidCity. At your first visit, a staff member or volunteer greeter will give you a simple welcome booklet and a quick tour of your child’s area. The visitor registration process only takes about 5 minutes.
Our number one value in KidCity is Safety! We want you to feel confident and comfortable leaving your child in our care so you can worship without worry. We use an ID# system in KidCity that lets us know your child belongs to you. When you decide to call Pathway home, you will fill out a registration form. At that time we will assign an ID (your “K” number) to your household, and all the children listed in that household will have the same number. We will send you a postcard when your new Parent Cards are ready to be picked up at KidCity Guest Services. These cards are bar-coded to match only your family, and at every visit you will scan these barcodes at the Express Check-In stations located outside of the KidCity entrances. Nametags for the kids and pickup receipts for the parents will print instantly, and you’re off to class! At each visit, your pickup receipt has a random number that will match the number on the kids’ nametags. You must have a printed pickup receipt to pick up your kids from their classrooms. If your child needs you during the service we will display your “K” number on the screen in the worship center, so make sure you know your number or always have your Parent Card with you. If you’re visiting, just stop by KidCity Guest Services and they will issue nametags and pickup receipts to you.
We also have a Security team that monitors our KidCity doors during each service. No one without a staff or volunteer name badge is allowed in the KidCity hallways during the service. Parents may check on children at any time during the service, but you must present your parent card to be given entrance into the KidCity area.
We have a policy of two screened and trained volunteers in any room before we will open that classroom to children. No KidCity staff or volunteer will be alone with a child or group of children under any circumstance.
Finally, all of our KidCity volunteers go through an application process that includes reference checks, a limited criminal history background check, and area-specific training before they ever begin working with children.
For the protection of all the children in KidCity, we ask that you not bring your child if he or she has been sick (fever, vomiting, non-clear runny nose, diarrhea, rash, eye infection, persistent cough, or any other contagious illness) within the last 24 hours. If your child becomes ill while in our care, you will be contacted immediately.