Raising kids in this unstable world is hard. It takes a village, but that community can be hard to find on your own. That's what we're here for! We want to be the kind of community that jumps in to care for each other and adventure through life with kids together. At Vineyard Kids, we desire to help your kids know Jesus by sharing God's love, Word, and power with them. We do this through lessons, music, relationships, and encouragement each week. 

At The Vineyard, we recognize that every life stage of a child matters. We provide programming specific to the present life stage of the children we serve.

  • Early Childhood {newborn — preschool} – kids connect through creative play, energetic worship, and Bible-based activities.
  • Kids Central {kindergarten — 3rd grade} – exists to provoke the discovery of God’s Kingdom and the love of Jesus in kids by providing vibrant worship, interactive teaching, and a community experience through small groups.
  • Club 54 {4th — 5th grade} – we provide a more discussion-based classroom specifically designed for 4th and 5th grade students.

We know cleanliness is important — feel free to learn more about Vineyard Kids Health & Wellness Guidelines through the link below.

Health & Wellness Guidelines


When you arrive on campus for your first visit, please stop by the Welcome Center in the Atrium. There you will be greeted by a cheerful volunteer who can direct you and your family to the children’s ministry area as well as offer any information you may need.

Upon arriving at the Vineyard Kids Welcome Center, we’ll have you fill out a little paperwork and then receive a nametag for your child and a corresponding parent tag with a matching code. Your child will not be released from his or her classroom until a volunteer verifies that the code on their name tag and your parent tag match.

During check-in, each parent will receive a parent tag with a code that matches the code on the child’s nametag. If any issues arise and a parent needs to be contacted, the code will show up on the Auditorium screen.

Each of our volunteers must complete a volunteer application and pass a background check. For your child's safety, our volunteers never serve alone. Our rooms have open layouts so children are always in view, no matter where they are.

Yes. We hope to provide a creative, safe, and engaging experience for all children. Consistent programming at each service and campus helps us reach that goal and gives our team members a common focus, vision and passion.

Every child matters, and since not all children are able to learn in a traditional setting, we seek to provide options for children with special needs — including one-on-one’s within the classroom environment — that allow them to connect to God’s word on their level.

We believe that each child learns in different ways, so to help your children encounter God in exciting and practical ways, we offer opportunities outside of our weekend celebration; look below for upcoming opportunities.

Vineyard Kids at Home

Bring church home with “Vineyard Kids at Home!” Being the primary spiritual leader in your child’s life can be difficult, but Vineyard Kids is here to help. Using the following three activities – the big verse, the big prayer, and the big do – you can reenforce what your child has learned on the weekend. 

After completing each section, sign your child’s card that they received at church and return it the following weekend. Each month, we will draw a name for a special prize!