At LH Kids, we know that God has a BIG plan for children's lives,
so our mission is to help them discover Jesus for themselves.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
IS THERE A COST INVOLVED?
No, LH Kids classrooms are free at each of our weekend services.
HOW LONG DO THE PROGRAMS RUN?
Each classroom is open 30 minutes prior to the service start time. Classes run the entire length of the church service. Simply come by at the end of church to get your child from their class.
WHO CAN SIGN MY CHILD IN AND OUT?
Upon arriving at church, stop by our LH Kids check in station to check in your child. You will be given stickers with a unique number on it. One for your child - and one for you. When picking up your child, the number on the parent's sticker must match the number on the child. A child will not be given to a family member or friend unless they show the correct numbered sticker.
Click here to sign your child in before you arrive!
WHAT SORT OF SCREENING DO YOU DO WITH YOUR KIDS VOLUNTEERS?
Your child's safety is our highest priority. Each volunteer goes through an application process that includes character references, a police check and a Vulnerable Sector Search.
Safety procedures are part of our ongoing training with each of our volunteers.
DO I NEED TO SEND MY CHILD WITH A SNACK?
Younger children can bring along a nut-free snack. However, there isn't a snack time in Kids Zone.
WEE ZONE JR.
For birth through crawlers, this class allows parents to enjoy church without distractions.
Walking tots can play, explore and meet new friends in our Wee Zone class!
This interactive class, for ages 3-5 provides children with their own, age-appropriate church experience.
6-11 year olds have such a blast in this lively, fun-filled class that they may not want to leave!
KEEPING KIDS FOCUSED ON WHAT MATTERS MOST
HERE ARE SOME WAYS WE CAN KEEP OUR FOCUS ON GOD IN THIS SEASON
Find out if there are needs in your community or neighbourhood and find ways to meet those needs as a family. (ie. Dropping off a meal on their doorstep).
Connect with your extended family members. Consider a group chat. Call a neighbour or friend to see how they are doing. Set up a virtual playdate via Instagram or FaceTime.
As church services have moved online, kids' classes have done the same!
Check out family-friendly resources below.
Good Friday is about remembering. One way we can remember is by having Communion. Use these videos as a guide to have Communion with your family at home today:
Did you pray to receive Jesus into your heart?
We want to hear from you!