CLARITY LOVES KIDS AND FAMILIES
In short, we love having families at our church – noisy, maybe smelly kids included. Parenting can be overwhelming; the idea of bringing kids to church can raise cold sweat on a parent’s brow. This page is to reassure you that we want you and your kids – your raucous, misbehaving kids – here at our Clarity Gatherings.
THE MISSION OF CLARITY KIDS IS:
To empower our parents to disciple their children at home during the week
To teach the Bible as God’s Word
To provide the best care possible for our children
To be hospitable to our children and parents
To provide a safe and secure environment for our children to learn and grow on Sundays
VISITING CLARITY KIDS ON SUNDAY MORNING
Clarity Kids provides opportunities for children from birth through 5th-grade during the morning services. You’re welcome to use those services if you like; or if you prefer to have your kids in worship with you, plenty of our families do that too!
We have a clearly identified area where parents can check in their kids before each service begins.
Parents will receive a security tag and a nametag with their child’s name (ideally placed on the child’s back).
This tag is required to check your kids out of Clarity Kids; please keep your portion with you.
FOR YOUR CHILD’S SAFETY AND YOUR PEACE OF MIND WE...
Do background checks on all volunteers.
Have allergy alert stickers available at check-in.
Ask that when you check-in your child for the first time, you provide emergency contact info and other important info that will help our volunteers know your child better.
Provide a security tag for your child, and ask for the parent’s portion of the security tag before releasing any child for check-out.
Require strict adherence to the Clarity Kids bathroom procedures, which state “no child will be left alone with an adult anywhere.”
Require anyone entering the children’s ministry to show their security tag to a security volunteer.
Have a female-only diaper changing policy.
CHILD DEDICATION WITH CLARITY
We don't baptize infants at our Gathering; but we do see child dedication as a way to support our families. Click here to find out more about child dedication with Clarity.