KidsPoint looks fun because it IS fun! We want kids to know, from the moment they arrive, that we can’t wait to share something exciting with them. And that something is The Good News of Jesus! With music, games, media, drama and anything else we can use to make our point, we strive to help kids develop their own personal relationship with Jesus and continue on a life-changing journey with him, one step at a time.
KidsPoint serves children from birth through grade 5 in both small group and large group settings. Our philosophy of ministry is quite simple: We want to help children grow like Jesus –
“…in wisdom, in stature and in favor with God and man.” Luke 2:52.
To learn more about our strategy, security, and opportunities for parents & volunteers, visit the NextGen page!
On the first Sunday of each month, parents are encouraged to come to the program with their children at 9:45 or 11:15 at our Chambersburg campus. This takes place in our large group room, which we call Theatre 252 (see Luke 2:52). Each FX features interactive games, worship (lead by some of our own children), a fun Bible drama, and an introduction for each month’s theme—something we call a “Life App.”
Life Apps are applied Biblical principles that God works out inside of us, to change the world around us—things like respect, peace, honor, courage, and more!
FX is a great way to stay engaged with what God is doing in the hearts and lives of your children!
How does check-in work at KidsPoint?
If it’s your first time bringing children to Grand Point Church, we know it can be a time of uncertainty. We have friendly helpers waiting at our check-in desks to answer any questions and help you get to know our ministry better.
Each child is checked into our system and given a nametag with a number corresponding to a parent/caregiver tag which you will use to pick up your child later.
Our children’s ministry area is “secure,” meaning the only people who are permitted through this part of the building are our background checked & cleared staff and volunteers, and parents with a tag who are there with their children.