The ParentCue App

The Parent CUE app is a great tool for parents to continue the conversation at home. This app gives you questions to ask your kids, activities to do together, videos, songs, and more. It even has a special section just for parents to get the encouragement they need to continue to fight for the heart of their kids.


In our kids ministry, safety is one of our top priorities. All of our volunteers must complete a background check before they are allowed to serve in any of our environments.

In order to check a child out, parents must show the matching tag they received at check-in. For safety reasons no one under 16 will be allowed to check a child out of his/her group.


Children three years of age and under may be offered Cheerios as a snack. Bottles and sippy cups may be brought, but for the safety of all children we cannot spoon feed.

For children 3-5 years old, Goldfish crackers or Cheerios may be offered as a snack. Occasionally, a special snack will be offered that correlates with the Basic Truth taught for the day. If so, those items will be posted outside the room door. Parents should notify the group leaders of any allergies or special concerns.

Cheerios are always offered as a gluten/dairy free option. For security, parents and nursing mothers are not permitted to be in the rooms, but we offer a private room for those who wish to make use of it.

We do not allow outside food or drink in rooms.

Personal Items

Because our group times are so intentional, please do not allow children to bring toys, games, phones or tablets. We are not responsible for lost or misplaced items.


In order to keep a safe and healthy environment for all children, we ask that your child does not attend if he/she has had any of the symptoms listed below within the past 24 hours. Additionally, if a child displays any of these symptoms while in our environments, we will request the parent pick him/her up.

  • Illness, food, or medication-induced diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Fever (100 or above)
  • Undiagnosed rash
  • Open sores
  • Runny nose (if discolored)
  • Discharge in or around the eyes
  • Open cold sore
  • Virus (until past the contagious phase)
  • Cold, sore throat, earache
  • Unidentified rash, or rash not treated within last 24 hours
  • Chicken pox (should not attend for 7 days after treatment has begun)
  • Head lice (until treated by physician)
  • Strep throat (until treated by physician and/or medicated for 24 hours)
  • Ear infection (until treated by physician)
  • Conjunctivitis (“pink-eye”) until medicated for 24 hours


Lastly, we ask that parents notify us if a child has been diagnosed with head lice, chicken pox, conjunctivitis, strep throat, or other contagious diagnoses so that other parents may be on the lookout for symptoms in their own children. No names will be used in notifications to other parents.