Coming alongside families to raise our kids in the gospel through sixth grade.
K-Ville: A Village for Our Kids to Grow
Our kids should be part of a community that’s formed and sent by the gospel, too! This is where K-Ville comes in. On Sunday mornings, we have four classrooms for any and all kids through sixth grade to enjoy growing up in the gospel together. If your kids happen to be older than sixth grade, we’d encourage them to check out our Student Group and begin connecting with the church alongside adults!
The local church has an important role in the faith-development of kids. But our role is to come alongside parents, not replace them! Because of that, we provide resources and training for parents and guardians to grow in their own confidence and ability to make discipleship happen at home. You can read more below about how we care for kids on Sundays and equip families at home.
Caring for Your Kids on Sundays
register, check in, & drop off
As soon as you walk in the main entrance on the lower floor of The 210, turn right around the corner and look for the K-Ville check-in desk through the blue sliding door.
Someone will be at the desk to walk you through the check-in process and answer any questions you might have. We have an online system that will make checking in and out faster and safer for you and your children in the future.
You won’t be far from your kids. Our classrooms and cry room are in the same hallway and just a few steps from the main gathering area.
four classes for your kids
Our kids gather together together in the following classes:
- Tiny K-Ville: 0-24 months
- Li’l K-Ville: 2-3 years
- Pre- K-Ville: 4 years-Kindergarten
- Big K-Ville: 1st – 6th grades*
*broken into 1st-3rd & 4th-6th during class
Cry Room & Breastfeeding
We’ve set aside the last room in our K-Ville hallway designated as a cry room, complete with a private breastfeeding area. Comfortable seating, toys, a changing table, and a live audio feed of what’s happening in the gathering space are all available.
what we’re teaching
The Gospel Project leads our K-Ville classes throughout the entire story of the bible over the course of three years. Every week our trained teachers will take their class through age-appropriate activities, videos, discussions, and more, kids get to learn about God, his story, and his people from a Christ-centered perspective. We want our kids to know the fullness of God’s story without missing out on the big picture of what God’s up to from beginning to end. The Gospel Project is a great curriculum for that!
You can learn more about the The Gospel Project for Kids by visiting their website.
We take the safety and security of your children seriously.
Volunteers undergo background checks and training. They’re known in community groups and overseen by leaders, deacons and pastors. Our check-in system will only allow you to check out your child and includes any special information teachers may need to know: allergies, special needs, etc. Ushers are also stationed nearby to help.
You can also view our Parent Handbook if you want to learn more about our policies and procedures. For more information or with questions or concerns, email us at email@example.com.
Equipping Families for Discipleship
k-ville bible stories
Every week, we add the bible story video from Sunday’s K-Ville classes to a Gospel Project playlist. Access the playlist here to watch that weeks video or videos from previous weeks. It’s a great way for parents to get a glimpse into the classroom and to engage kids at home.
questions & more
We also create a weekly Discipleship Guide that not only helps adults walk through Sunday’s focal text, but also gives parents and guardians access to content from Sunday’s K-Ville class. Access our guides here for links to videos, scripture references, main ideas, discussion questions and more.
Family Discipleship Guide
a place to start
For some help in how to even think about discipling at home, check out this Family Discipleship Guide from The Village Church in Dallas, TX. You can also listen to some teaching on their family discipleship framework, hitting on Modeling, Time, Moments, and Milestones.