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RF Kids: Preschool

Our goal is loving little ones and helping their parents to feel confident about that care as they find their own places to serve and grow spiritually.

Checkpoints: These are principles that we want every child to grasp:
God made me
God loves me
Jesus wants to be my friend forever

Weekly Programs
Sunday School 8:45 a.m. & 10:00a.m., 11:15 p.m.
Wednesday Nights 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

We teach these 3 truths each week using the great stories of the Bible with activities that engage all 5 senses. Volunteers provide security on the Lower Level, guest assistance at check-in, snack services, and weekly teachers for Birth-5 year olds. There is a role for every parent to plug in and serve to assure quality and safe care for all of Rich Fork’s youngest.

For questions about our preschool ministry email Caron...

Email Caron


RF Kids | Elementary


Parent Dock for Elementary

Parent Dock

Our Goals in Children’s Ministry:

To Partner with Parents in order to:

o Lead children to a personal faith in Jesus
o Form a deep love for God’s Word
o Encourage a love for the people God has created

Child safety procedures:

o Electronic Check-in system
o Permanent Name badges to identify volunteers
o Background checks on all volunteers
o Membership and six-months attendance required before volunteering with children
o Parent/Guardian verification required at each child pickup.
o Safety Personnel for children’s area
o Medical Professionals on site
o Allergies or medical issues will be listed on child’s name tag
o Restricted traffic flow in children's area
o Security camera surveillance

Volunteers:

We have adult and youth volunteers who:
o Love kids
o Add energy
o Have a personal relationship with Christ
o Use a combination of large groups and small groups to keep life interesting in Rich Fork Station.


Here’s how it takes shape:

Times and Location:

o Grades K-4th meet downstairs in the Children’s Ministry area.
o 5th and 6th grade is upstairs. 5th grade is in “THE LOFT” and 6th grade is in room 200.
o Meet from 10:00-11:15 am
o We use Orange Curriculum and practice the following three truths every morning!

I can trust God, no matter what.
I need to make the wise choice.
I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

Each week we send home a God Time Card explaining what your child did in class and how to continue it at home!


Email Gaylin for information or questions about our elementary age group

Email Gaylin

FAQ

o It’s my child’s first time attending Rich Fork Kids. How will we know where to go and what to do?

We have a front desk where you can check your child in and they will let you know where to go!

o What measures are in place for my child’s safety?

Electronic Check-in system
Permanent Name tags to identify volunteers
Background checks on all volunteers
Six-month requirement before serving with children
Randomly generated tags
Security Personnel for children’s area
Medical Personnel for children’s area
Security camera surveillance

o What will a typical Sunday morning look like for my child?

K-5th Classes learn bible passages about a different virtue that God values each month. First in their classrooms and then in the Loading Dock with a larger group, they hear how the Bible illustrates this virtue.
o My child is attending a service with a friend who is in a different age group. Can they attend together in the same location?

Yes
o Are there any tools provided by Rich Fork Kid’s Ministry to help parents connect with what their children are learning in church?

Yes! We have a weekly sheet that we send home that explains what we have taught and how to continue it in the week. We also have videos up on our parent dock link above for families to enjoy!

o Can I be my child’s classroom/small group teacher?

Yes! At Rich Fork our main goal is to partner with parents! We not only encourage them to help in the children’s ministry area but try to help in any way we can!



AWANA

o Who is it for? Weekly Wednesday Night program for
Two Years-6th
o What is it? It is a global, Scripture memory intensive, fully integrative evangelism, and long-term discipleship program.
o When is it? 6:30-8:00 pm
o Where is it? Downstairs Children’s Ministry area.
o Our Goals: To partner with parents in order to infuse children with a deep heart knowledge of scripture in order to prepare them for life.

Email Gaylin with questions about Awana!

Email Gaylin



Children with Disabilities

Children with Disabilities

Disabilities Ministry