During your first visit, you'll provide your family information to our volunteers at the check-in area.  Each family is assigned a unique 3 digit code which will be displayed on-screen if your child needs you during the service.       

Upon check-in, you'll receive matching identification stickers. Your child will need to wear the name tag portion and you will need to keep the matching tag. After the service, you'll show the Exodus Kids leader your matching tag in order for your child to be released from his/her room.


We conduct background checks on all adults involved with our children. Each team member is also trained and equipped to care for your children with excellence. Our security team ensures the safety of our children and volunteers throughout the entire service.  


We want to partner with you to teach your child the gospel.  Every week after the service, you will be provided a take-home sheet that explains what your child learned that morning, the BIG idea, the memory verse and more. Use this as a resource throughout the week to expound on what he/she learned on Sunday morning.

Singing the Psalms is another great way to teach our kids the word of God.  Our children are learning songs, written by our Kid's Team, that teach them different Psalms.  It's a joy to watch our children learn and sing the Psalms every week.    


The Gospel Project take kids on a Christ-centered, chronological journey through Scripture. Kids will discover how the gospel unfolds from Genesis through Revelation. When kids truly experience the gospel, their hearts are transformed.


At Exodus Church we believe in the power of the Spirit's attending work as God's Word is taught to our children.  Deuteronomy 6:6-8 commands us to instruct our children diligently and so beginning in 2018, after creating a team of staff and lay-persons to develop a four year curriculum of the Psalms, the kids ministry team began singing, teaching and praying through the Psalms with our kids. We completed book 1 of the Psalms in 2018. As we develop the curriculum, we alternate every quarter between lessons from The Gospel Project and The Psalms.


The psalms teach us how to think, pray, cry out to God, fight, worship and live so after a four year rotation through all 150 Psalms, Exodus kids will have a deep and abiding knowledge of scripture that will guide them for the rest of their lives.   

Our children are learning what the psalm means, how it points us to Jesus, how to live our lives according to it and the hope {today and eternal} it gives us.