WHO WE ARE:

At Every Nation Kids Somerset West, we see children that love God and love people.  We are passionate about the next generation and believe in partnering with parents to help disciple and train their children.  Through our action-packed, fun filled, age appropriate programmes, we work with parents to establish children in their relationship with Jesus and empower them to grow spiritually.  The result is children that live out their relationship with Jesus—not only on a Sunday but in their walk of life. 

AGES OF CLASSROOMS:

  • Baby Room (Birth to 18 months)
    • There is space for the little crawlers, a private feeding space, and a live streaming from the main venue, so that parents can still feel part of the service. 
  • Baby Bible Class (ages 18 months -3 years)
    • A beautiful interactive programme that focuses on key Biblical truths
  • 3 -5 year olds
    • Exploring the Bible in a fun way with practical applications
  • Grade R – Grade 5
    • Topical sermon series to see Jesus, grow spiritually and live a Christ-centred life. 

SECURITY:

At Every Nation Somerset West, we take the safety and security of the children very serious.  All of our teachers have background checks and all children must be signed in.   We register each child (18 months and older) for their designated classrooms.  Each child will receive a paper bracelet indicating his/her age group.  Each Parent receives a coordinating bracelet matching their child’s.  Kids Ministry Registration is located in the hallway just to the right of our main church foyer. 

ON SUNDAYS: 

On Sunday morning, you will see sign leading to our respective age groups.  The Baby Room is located in the School’s Staff Room inside the main foyer.  The Baby Bible Class is down the hallway in a classroom, and age 3 through Grade 5 are catered for in the After Care Centre, across from the main building. 

We love our children and our families!  If you have any questions, or would like to join our dynamic team, please contact our Kids Church Ministry Pastor, Melindi Douglas