Teaching children. Equipping and empowering parents. Creating Christ-Followers.
We love kids . . . and we love families! Families of all shapes and sizes are incredibly important to us. We believe families should be intentional about learning, growing, serving and living out their faith together. We also know parents need support, ideas and encouragement. At Revive Christian Church, we believe in equipping and empowering parents to disciple their children and helping each family grow deeper in their spiritual lives together.
Elementary students in grades K-5 enjoy activities with a lot of interaction and fun, biblical teaching.
All of our Front Porch People who work and serve in Revive Kids undergo a thorough screening process including background checks and training to ensure your kids are cared for in a safe and secure environment.
DURING WHICH GATHERINGS IS REVIVE KIDS AVAILABLE?
Revive Kids is offered during our 10a gatherings.
HOW IS MY CHILD PROMOTED TO THE NEXT ROOM?
Revive Kids celebrates RISE Sunday each fall, when school starts, when each child is promoted to their next room based on grade.
WILL MY CHILDREN BE ABLE TO BE IN THE SAME ROOM?
Because children are placed in rooms according to their grade, your children may not be able to be in the same room.
WHAT TIME DOES REVIVE KIDS REGISTRATION OPEN?
Registration and the doors to Revive Kids open 30 minutes prior to the gathering.
WHAT IS THE REVIVE KIDS WELL CHILD POLICY?
To minimize the chance of spreading illness, children who show signs of sickness will not be accepted into the Revive Kids environment. We require that children be fever-free for 24 hours before entering Revive Kids. This is for the health and protection of all children and Front Porch People. You are encouraged to bring your child back to us as soon as he or she is well. If an illness is discovered after a child is in the classroom, your child will be separated from the other children and a member of our Team will contact you.
Upon recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a child should not be taken from the home with any of the following conditions:
• Diarrhea (even if associated with teething or medication)
• Any symptoms of childhood diseases such as scarlet fever, German measles, mumps, chicken pox, strep throat, flu, or any other contagious or infectious disease
• Common cold from onset through one week
• Sore throat
• Junky or barky cough, phlegm-filled or productive cough
• Any contagious or unexplained rash
• Pink eye or other eye infections
• Cloudy or green runny noses or persistent cough
• Any communicable disease