Our goal is to create an environment where kids can have fun! However, the excitement we create is richly balanced with meaningful, age-appropriate teaching that kids actually remember. Bottom line–we do everything we can to help them begin to understand God’s love for them.

3 Basic Truths

Three concepts that every child should embrace according to what Jesus modeled in Luke 2:52. “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men.”

1. I need to make the wise choice.
2. I can trust God know matter what.
3. I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

More about Creekwood Kids

Fun and faith do have an intersection – at Creekwood Kids. From kindergarten to fifth grade, our team has created an age-specific service that is tailor made for the needs of your children. From the games, to the worship, and even in small group time your child will have a blast! We want kids to learn about God’s love through His Word, and know how to apply that to everyday life at home and with friends. Your child will quickly feel right at home with our team. They may never want to leave. We hope to see your child at our next service.

We meet during all weekend services at Creekwood!

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Our kids’ safety is our top priority. Whether you are a first-time guest or a regular attendee, you child will be in the care of an adult at all times.

Each child at check-in will receive an I.D. sticker with a corresponding claim ticket for the parent that the child must wear before getting dropped off in a classroom. If there is ever a situation where a child needs the special care of Mom or Dad, the number that corresponds to you child’s ticket will show up on the screen in service. Additionally, at pick up, your claim ticket must correspond with the child’s I.D. sticker given at drop-off.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE is a child released to an adult without proper identification.

ANY PERSON who works with Creekwood Kids will be screened and interviewed prior to direct contact with children. This precautionary measure is for the protection of our children and for the ease and comfort of our parents.

All volunteers have certain, regimented guidelines to practice when dealing with specific age groups, dealing with areas of being alone with children, and when to notify parents in service.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact our Kids Director.

Rachelle Henderson Lindsey Brister

Questions about Kids?

We’re happy to answer your questions in person on the weekend, or by email anytime at

This Month – November 2015

Memory Verse: “Let your light shine so others can see it. Then they will see the good things you do. And they will bring glory to your Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 5:16

Virtue: Service – Lending a hand to help someone else.

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Join the Team!

If you’re interested in joining one of our Kids teams, complete the form below and we’ll contact you.

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