Kidventures Events

Events for your children!
Fun Friday
Every other month parents get a night out on the town while your children (3yrs-12yrs) take part in theme events. Some of the events that your child takes part in are the PJ’s and Popcorn movie night, annual Turkey Olympics, Scavenger Hunt, and Spring Minute to Win it.

Vacation Bible Camp
Every year the children in the community are invited to take part in a fun  themed VBC. While at VBC children  learn more about God’s word. Children will take part in Bible Stories, fun games, unique snacks, energizing worship, crafts and science experiments. Every year there will be a new theme. VBC is for children ages 3yrs-12years and is always the last week of June from 6:30-8:30pm.

Fall Festival
Annual Carnival Event that is the last Wednesday of October your child gets to dress up, play games, win prizes and just have a night of fun.

Easter Family Event
Annual Easter Event for families to come together and enjoy family time while learning about Easter in a fun way. Parents are required to stay with children during the event.

Kids Blast
Kids Blast is for kids in 8yrs-12yrs--a quick-paced "convention" format event for kids.  Join over 1,000 other kids and sponsors at The Kalahari for a BLAST!  Kids will connect with God, connect with others, learn more about themselves and how to share their faith. 

Kids camp
Each summer during the second week of august we travel to the district campgrounds for a week to allow kids time to dig deeper into what God has from them. They get to be around other children that have the same passion, be a part of energizing worship, play out of this world games, hear Biblical truths, meet new friends and build a stronger relationship with Jesus.

Kid’s Choir
Twice a year children ages 5yrs-12yrs play bell songs and sing songs for the Christmas Family Celebration Service and Easter. The children that attend also take part in the live nativity. If you have any questions about this special ministry that the children do for the adults please talk to the children’s director.