SFNAZ KidZone Ministry believes the lives of children are impacted most effectively by a whole person approach to ministry.
In Luke 2:52, the Bible reveals how Jesus’ life was shaped in a holistic fashion. Jesus grew in wisdom (mentally) and stature (physically), and in favor with God (spiritually) and men (socially).
Utilizing a variety of ministry methods, our KidZone seeks to provide a safe place for children to grow mentally, physically, spiritually, and socially. Our KidZone Ministry area is a secure environment. When an adult brings a child into the area, they are checked-in at the computer kiosk. Kids must also be checked-out of their class by an adult. Each class is staffed with a minimum of two workers, and our kids are never left alone. We also have a dedicated hallway staff member who is always available to assist wherever needed.
Sundays in the KidZone
KidZone Worship, an interactive Children’s Church Program, meets weekly at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, with the exception of the first Sunday of the month which is Family Day at SFNaz. The first Sunday of the month, the kids sit in the Sanctuary with their parents. Many times, the kids perform special music in the service.
Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, KidZone includes ministries from a fully staffed Nursery for ages birth through three years, to preschool, to elementary ages.
Wednesday nights join us in the KidZone area. We offer Preschool and Elementary activities from 6:30 - 7:45 p.m.
KidZone also has a fun-filled Bible Quizzing program that competes regionally during the school year. Once every four years our quizzers have the opportunity to quiz internationally at our General Assembly World Quiz. Quizzing meets every Sunday afternoon during the school year and competes five Saturdays from September to March in quizzes that are within a two hour drive of Salina. Transportation is provided.
Each summer our children also have the opportunity to go to the KSNaz Kids Camp in July at Wheat State Camp in Augusta. This is an exciting time for our kids to attend a church camp to learn more about God, to make new friends, as well as cement their current relationships with friends.