What do Sundays look like?
If you’re watching Church Online, City Kids Online is for your kids! As we gather together online each Sunday, your kids can watch, draw and discuss with City Kids Online. We’ll also provide ways for you to continue the conversation with your kids each week about what they’re learning.
Is your child a toddler or in preschool?
During Church Online, your child can go on a Bible adventure. We encourage you to begin church as a family and sing together, and then provide a way for your child to watch the 25 minute video episode from the Bible App for Kids during the sermon. They might also like to do some colouring in!
During the week, you can continue teaching your child from the Bible. The parent guide would make great conversation after church on Sunday as you ask your child about what they’ve learnt from the video. We also encourage you to download the Bible App for Kids to read the story during the week. Through interactive adventures and beautiful animations, your child can explore the Bible. The story is read aloud and children can complete challenges.
Is your child in school years K-6? (9AM ONLY)
During Church Online, we’re providing a way for primary school kids to learn together. We encourage you to begin church as a family and sing together, and then provide a way for your child to join the Zoom call. Together they will play games, read the Bible and discuss what they’ve learned with our City Kids leaders.
Are you a regular? Join the Zoom here:
Are you new here? Parents, join the meet and greet with our City Kids Coordinator so we can let you know what to expect when your kids join today: MEET AND GREET
What about during the week?
READ ALONG AT HOME
With a bit more time at home at the moment, and a lot more time together as a family, maybe you’d like to find a Bible to read with your kids! Here are some Bible recommendations for each age group for you.
SING ALONG AT HOME
Are you looking for some music to sing and dance along to with your kids that will help them remember big Bible truths? Check out the City Kids Spotify playlist.