I need to make the wise choice.
I can trust God no matter what.
I should treat others the way I want to be treated.
At The Bridge, we believe discipleship begins at day one. Even our youngest attendees are learning about the love of Jesus when they're here! Bridge Kids Older teaches children in grades K-3rd about what it means to have a relationship with God and trust in Him every single day.
In our classrooms, we utilize a program called 252 Kids: a curriculum designed for Kindergarten through 5th-graders. Everything we teach in 252 Kids is based on oneof three basic, but powerful, truths modeled by Jesus in Luke 2:52: I need to make the wise choice. I can trust God no matter what. I should treat others the way I want to be treated. In addition, 252 Kids focuses on: 150 Key Bible stories, 4 Faith Skills and 30 Life Apps (practical applications of God’s Truth). Every lesson and resource we offer helps kids discover who Jesus is, and then shows them how to put their faith into practical action on a Tuesday morning when they’ve overslept or on a Friday afternoon when the teacher is playing favorites. 252 Kids is dedicated to helping children grow in wisdom, faith and friendship.
QUESTIONS? Email our Bridge Kids Older Director, Heidi Wenke, at [email protected]
Easy Check In & Pick Up
First visit? Stop by the Bridge Kids Desk to register your family! After that, simply enter your mobile phone number in one of our check-in kiosks to print your child's name tag and coordinating security tag, for easy (and safe) pick up following the service.
Every week, your child will experience their Bridge Kids time with a consistent, dedicated teacher. We believe in the power of consistency, especially with our littlest Bridge family members. Seeing a familiar, loving face each week helps your child to feel connected and loved.
We take safety seriously around here! All of our disciplers must complete a background check and a child safety program prior to serving. Our security team is also present during every service, monitoring the building (including entries and exits!) to keep kids safe.