Children & Youth Ministries

Church Hill offers a variety of ministries aimed at helping the children and youth in our community build a deep relationship with Christ.

KREW: Kids Radically Experiencing Worship
Sundays during the school year (except 1st Sundays)

KREW, Church Hill’s Sunday School, is an opportunity for children to learn the Bible through activities, reading, and prayer, led by our volunteer teachers. The curriculum is designed to flow with the Scriptures and themes presented to the adults, so parents and caregivers can continue the conversation after worship! On first Sundays, children remain in the Sanctuary to participate in Holy Communion.

King’s Kids Club (Pre-K-5th Grade)
Wednesdays during the school year, 4:45-7 pm

Bring your child for a weekly evening of learning, music, and fellowship over dinner! King’s Kids is a safe and fun atmosphere for children to learn about Jesus and build their faith. Each evening includes a craft, a Bible lesson (divided by grade level), music, and dinner prepared by Church Hill volunteers! Past lessons have included the Beatitudes; loving your neighbor; and holiday-specific lessons around Christmas/Lent/Easter.

The program begins with drop-off at 4:45 pm, lessons beginning at 5 pm. Dinner is at 6 and parents/caregivers are welcome to come join their child(ren)!

Youth Group (Grades 6-12)
Wednesdays during the school year, 5-7 pm

Our youth gather weekly during the school year for fun and fellowship, and a chance to work through their faith as it relates to school and their growing and changing relationships. The youth join the King’s Kids Club for dinner in the Dining Hall at 6 pm.

Vacation Bible School (Pre-K-6th Grade)
Summer, Dates TBD, 9 am-12 pm

Join us in the summer for a free week-long Vacation Bible School, where children adventure through stories of the Bible with fun and dynamic characters! Each session includes time for music and dance and a variety of other activity stations that the children rotate through as a class group. Each year’s theme is geared toward showing the children how deeply God cares for each of us. Previous years’ themes include Monumental! and Rocky Railway. Registration for VBS takes place beginning in mid-May.

Youth and young adults may also participate in VBS by signing up to volunteer! Volunteers lead class groups, activities, and song time in addition to being present for registration and check-in.