Sundays in our Kids Ministry are full of energy and fun! All year long, kids engage in both small and large group interactions to learn three core truths and more than 150 Bible stories.
Our Sunday morning environment gives your child opportunities to experience refreshing worship, learn age-appropriate truth, and build relationships with leaders and peers. We strive to create an environment that is kid-friendly and Christ-centered. Kindergarten-5th grade kids study 252 Basics from the reThink Group.
If you'd like to know more about Sunday mornings for kids at Rolling Hills, email our Preschool & Kids Director, Christina Smith.
New here? Here's what you need to know!
Whether you're new to our area, new to Rolling Hills, or just in town for a visit, we consider it a privilege to spend time with your child while you worship! At our check-in area, our volunteers will help you register your children on our secure check-in software and show you to their classrooms.
Next Steps for Kids
Kids in elementary ministry can take a number of significant spiritual growth steps at Rolling Hills. Declaring faith in God and learning to follow Him daily comes from an ongoing partnership with parents to help pass life with Christ on to kids.
Baptism and Beliefs Class
Baptism is #1 on the list of things that get kids talking about salvation. After a child has become a Christian or when they begin asking questions and express the desire to follow Christ, they can attend our Baptism and Belief Class along with their parents.
During this class, we'll go through the basic doctrine of salvation and the importance of baptism. Following the class, kids who have trusted Jesus for salvation can schedule their baptism. After a child becomes a Christian, they are given a 4-week new believer's devotional guide to aid them in understanding what it means to follow Jesus. Kids are given an age-appropriate study Bible upon their baptism. To sign up for the next class or get information about leading your child to Christ, contact Preschool & Kids Director, Christina Smith.