We Love Kids!

You can have peace of mind that your child is safe, learning about God and having way too much fun.

We offer environments for kids from infants through 5th grade during the adult service times. All the great things you experience in the main service are available to your kids, and presented in a way that helps them connect. Worship, Bible teaching, friendships and fun are all here and waiting for your kids.

Infants - 5 Years Old

FCF Kids for 0-5 years old is all about fun! Games, crafts and interactive Bible teaching are where it’s at for our little ones.

K - 5th Grade

Ready for a high-energy experience for your high-energy kids? With crazy contests, awesome music, and a message just their size, FCF Kids will keep them WANTING to come to church.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check-In
Safety
Sick Kids
Check-In

We have Kids Check-In kiosks available for you at each FCF campus. If it’s your first time, the process only takes a couple of minutes. If you would like to skip the line, you can pre-register your kiddos here. Upon check-in, you’ll receive matching identification stickers. Your child will need to wear the name tag portion and you will need to keep the matching tag. After the service, you’ll show the Kids leader your matching tag in order for your child to be released from his/her room.

Safety

Safety is one of our highest priorities. That’s why you’ll receive a parent identification number each time you check in. Additionally, every volunteer is screened and participates in a background check. You may also notice that our security team monitors during each experience.

After the service, you’ll show the FCF Kid’s leader your matching tag in order for your child to be released from his/her room.

Sick Kids

In the interest of the health of all our kids, we ask that you keep sick kiddos at home.

Parent Resources

Looking for some ways to spend intentional time with your kids? Check these resources out!

Talking About The Crisis

We know that the past couple of weeks have been crazy and that many of your kids have started asking tough questions. Maybe it’s caused your child to be worried about what’s going on in our world. We realize that these aren’t easy conversations to navigate, but hope we can help you feel prepared to have them! Our friends at Orange have shared some incredibly helpful tips on how to talk to your kids about COVID-19 in particular.

RightNow Media

We also offer RightNow Media as a resource for the entire family. It’s like the “Netflix of Video Bible Studies” and has a HUGE library of faith-based videos that you can access whenever and wherever you want—on your phone, iPad, computer, or at home on your TV.

Parent Cue App

The next resource is a set of instructions on how to download and utilize the Orange “Parent Cue App”. This app is stocked with activities, conversation guides and resources to help you and your child follow Jesus more closely. You can even watch the Bible Story that your child would have seen in their Kids environment today!

The Bible App for Kids

The Bible app has some awesome, and engaging videos on their YouTube channel. Their channel features tons of bible stories that are easily understood and explained just for your children. Check out their channel through the link below.

Activities

  • If kids are missing their school friends or other family, try video chats to stay in touch.
  • Build a fort with blankets or cardboard boxes.
  • Make time for active play. Bring out the blocks, balls, jump ropes and buckets and let the creativity go.
  • Make homemade mini pizzas.
  • Call your elderly neighbors and see what you can do to help. Make happy notes and leave them on their door.
  • Create a treasure hunt for them (leaving clues around the house or yard).
  • Do a science experiment.
  • Build paper airplanes and have a flying contest.
  • Pitch a tent inside and have a family campout.
  • Take out all the beach chairs, umbrellas and boogie boards and make a beach day in your living room.
  • Create a schedule for your day – but don’t put too much pressure on yourself to stick to it.
  • Make fun decorations for Easter and decorate the house with them.
  • Sleep. Glorious sleep.
  • Have a reading or movie marathon.
  • Take turns saying tongue twisters.
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