When You Arrive
You will receive a name tag for your child and a corresponding security tag for yourself at our check-in location. Please alert check-in personnel of any information that will help in caring for your child, such as allergies and any special needs. Then, walk your child to their designated room. Should your child need you during service, a text message will be sent to the phone number provided by the parent or guardian during the registration process.
Pre-Register Your Child
If it’s your first visit to One Life Church, you can pre-register your child for faster check-in below. Simply fill out the form with some basic information and our team will be ready for you when you arrive.
Safety Is Priority
Our team is made up of people who feel called to share the love of Jesus with kids, and every Sunday they help bring excitement and enjoyment to your child’s church experience. We obtain background checks on every team member, we have a secure check-in and check-out process, and we strictly enforce a minimum two-adult rule in every room. We bring kid-inspired fun to every service and classroom through energetic worship music, interactive games, and bright, friendly environments.
Age Specific Environments
When packing a diaper bag for your child, please include two or three disposable diapers, an extra change of clothes, and a bottle of milk, formula, juice, or water. Please label all personal items (including pacifiers and bottles/sippy cups) with your child’s first and last name before arriving at your child’s class. We provide Gerber Graduate Puffs for our crawlers and walkers, but due to allergies we cannot allow outside snacks.
During a preschool service, your child will experience fun songs, group games, learning a monthly memory verse, curriculum videos, weekly crafts, and activities that connect to their Bible story and other Biblical truths. We will provide animal crackers and water, but due to allergies we cannot allow outside snacks.
During an elementary service, your child will experience a time of worship, group games, learning a monthly memory verse, object lessons, curriculum videos, opportunity for salvation prayer, and small groups. At the end of each service, once the main point is summed up, we will ask the kids if they want to receive the gift that God has for them. Once the salvation prayer is complete, children divide into age-specific small groups. We begin each group with prayer. During small group, we focus on prayer, connection questions, and a hands-on activity connected to the week’s main point. At this point, we are purposefully working on developing a relationship with your child.