At Emmaus Kids our goal is to reach the next generation with the transforming gospel of Jesus Christ by making disciples who make disciples. We provide a safe, fun, and loving environment for infants through 4th grade. Our well-trained volunteers are excited to welcome your children to make it one of the best hours of their week! We also take protecting your children and comforting them very seriously. Please look through the age groups and get to know our classrooms and curriculums!
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The nursery classroom is for children as young as 6 weeks. Once a child is mobile and able to stand on their own, they will move into the toddler room. There is no curriculum for the nursery, instead the nursery workers spend their time praying over your children while they care for them.
The toddler classroom is for mobile infants and kids up to 2 years old. During their time in class, the toddlers will play together and enjoy a snack. The focus of the gospel in the toddler classroom is centered around truth statements. Teachers will repeat these statements and pray with your child.
The preschool class is for potty trained children ages 3 to 4 years old. In class, the preschoolers will experience a worship session, an interactive lesson, and a snack. The preschool students are going through a curriculum called 'A Sure Foundation.'
The PreK-1st grade class is for children who are 4 years old to 1st grade. They will experience a worship session merged with our preschoolers, an interactive lesson, and a snack. These students are going through a curriculum called ‘He Has Spoken By His Son’. This class helps children become aware of their relationship of the truth and scripture to their lives.
The elementary class is for children in 2nd-4th grade. They will attend worship upstairs before heading down to the kids space for their lesson and snack. The elementary students are going through the ABCs of God, discussing the characteristics of God and who He is for them.