mCC kids

We love children and believe that teaching them God’s truth beginning at a very early age is crucial. We have fun while teaching children through age-appropriate lessons and activities in a safe environment. Our desire is to cultivate a growing faith in our growing kids! Kids ministry classes are offered during both the 9:00 AM and the 10:30 AM services. For more information, contact Melissa  Norman.

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upcoming events

  • rockin'

    good time

    April 13 | 10:00-11:00AM

    MCC Kids Rockin' Good Time is an event exclusively for our preschoolers (ages 3-5 years old) and a parent. Little ones love rocks! They love to collect them, throw them, paint them, and more! Come enjoy an event designed just for your preschooler and their love of rocks! 
    Each child must be accompanied by a parent and we ask that no siblings join for this event so your child has your full attention.

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  • woodlands: birth-Preschool

    The Woodlands is a place where young children can come and learn stories from the Bible, stories that are made relevant to their lives through small group story time, activities, crafts, and worship.

  • fusion: kindergarten-3rd grade

    Fusion is for kids in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. Kids will sit with their parents during worship time and are then dismissed to the Family Life Center Gym for large group Bible teaching, large group activities and games, and small group discussion time.

  • fusion plus: 4TH & 5TH grade

    Fusion+ is our Pre-Teen space created just for kids in 4th and 5th grades. We take a deeper dive into God's word during our large group Bible teaching time and small group discussions. Fusion+ kids sit with their parents during worship and are then dismissed to the Family Life Center.

  • Coffee & Chaos

    Enjoy a great cup of coffee (or tea) and connect with other women and let the children bring the chaos. Moms, feel free to bring your strollers, riding toys, and kiddos to the Ministry Center Gym. This open gym time will be a great way for our littlest ones to get their wiggles out while women grab a cup of coffee and connect with one another. For more information, click here.

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What to Expect

Kids ministry is available during both services. Follow the signs to enter the church lobby and look for the "First Time Kids Checkin" Table as you walk through the doors. Here a member of our Hospitality Team will walk you through the registration process.


At the First Time Kids Checkin Table, we will ask you to provide us some basic information about yourself and your children. You can do that in person or online in advance

For your child's safety, at check-in, you will be given name tag for your child along with a parent tag that must be presented in order to pick up your child at the end of the service. 

The Woodlands (Birth to Preschool)

A member of our Hospitality Team will escort you to the appropriate classrooms for your children. The Woodlands classrooms are divided by age and are located directly adjacent to the auditorium. 

Fusion (Grades K-3) and Fusion+ (Grades 4-5)

School-aged (grades K-5) children will join you in the auditorium for the music portion of our worship service. They will then be dismissed to the lobby where Kid's Ministry volunteers will walk them over to the gymnasium (in the Family Life Center across the parking lot) for our Fusion and Fusion+ programs. You are welcome to walk with them if you would like! 

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health and wellness policy

Thank you for allowing us to care for and teach your children each week. We would like to do everything we can to keep a healthy and safe environment for your child. One way for you to help us and other families is by complying with a few health guidelines. Click the image below to view our policy.

If your child is an attender of MCC Kids functions, we are required to maintain an up-to-date copy of their medical information. To fill one out, please download the form below and submit a paper or electronic copy to our office. 

Electronic copies can be emailed to If you would like us to print one for you please contact the office.

Paper copies can be submitted to the Church Office at 45 Veterans Drive or given to the Director of Kids Ministry.

Medical Form

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Discipling your Kids

Preparing your Kids for the next step in their faith can be a daunting process. We have put together a few resources to help!


If your child is interested in baptism, we offer a class multiple times a year for them to attend (with a parent) to learn more about baptism.

For upcoming dates of classes and baptisms, please click here.

additional resources

With so much information available at our fingertips, it can be hard to choose materials for both parents & kids!

Below are some recommended resources & materials that might help you as you guide your child to dig deeper into their faith!


Click the button below for a parent resource to help you determine if your child is ready to participate in Communion.

Communion for Kids

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parent resources

Let's be honest. We all wish kids came with instruction manuals! Parenting can be hard in this world in which we live. Here at MCC Kids, we want to provide you with some great resources whether they are books, websites, articles, blogs, or podcasts, to help you along the way. We are here to support you on this crazy, amazing, and rewarding journey called parenting!

*We've recommended some resources we've found helpful. This does not mean we endorse every episode, post, or article on each website or podcast.*

  • mama bear apologetics

    The problem with lies is they don't often sound like lies. They seem harmless, and even sound right. So what's a Mama Bear to do when her kids seem to be absorbing the culture's lies uncritically?

    Mama Bear Apologetics is the book you've been looking for. This mom-to-mom guide will equip you to teach your kids how to form their own biblical beliefs about what is true and what is false. Through transparent life stories and clear, practical applications - including prayer strategies - this band of Mama Bears offers you tools to train yourself, so you can turn around and train your kids.

  • God made me... book series

    With numerous titles in this series, read aloud biblical truths to your kids on topics such as:

    God Made Me for Heaven, God Made Me in His Image, God Made Me for Worship, God Made Me and You, plus several more!

  • the ology

    A beginner's book of systematic theology in the form of a beautifully illustrated storybook for children ages 6 to 12 years. Through storytelling and illustrations, The Ology by Marty Machowski takes abstract theological concepts and makes them easier to understand.

  • Good pictures bad pictures

    Want a natural and comfortable way to talk to your kids about pornography? This newly revised edition of the original bestseller makes that daunting discussion easy! Good Pictures Bad Pictures is a read-aloud story about a mom and dad who explain what pornography is, why it’s dangerous, and how to reject it.

    Featuring easy-to-understand science and simple analogies, this internationally-acclaimed book engages young kids to porn-proof their own brains. Ages 7-11.

  • Seen

    Whether you're a parent, youth leader, teacher, or caring adult, not knowing how to help those dealing with difficult emotions can leave you feeling intimidated, powerless, and discouraged. It can feel scary.

    In this book, Will and Dr. Chinwé will help you...

    • Understand how the brain works when someone is in despair
    • Learn why some of the things you'd think would help sometimes make matters worse
    • Discover simple yet powerful tools you can use every day to connect with a kid or teenager to help them heal

    A beautiful convergence of faith and psychology, Seen is a quick read that uses both clinical research and real life stories to give you--and the kids you love--hope. 

  • the intentional father

    Dads today are often overwhelmed with both the responsibility and the complexity of raising sons in this challenging culture. At the same time, self-initiation is killing our young men. Without strong mentors, boys are walking alone into a wilderness of conflicting messages about who they should be as men. It's no wonder that our sons are confused about what the world expects from them and what they should expect of themselves.

    The Intentional Father is a helpful antidote. This concise book is filled with practical steps to help men raise sons of consequence--young men who know what they believe, know who they are, and will stand up against the negative cultural trends of our day. Jon Tyson lays out a clear path for fathers and sons that includes specific activities, rites of passage, and significant "marking moments" that can be customized to fit any family.

    It's not enough to hope our sons will become good men. We need them to be good at being men. This book shows how fathers, grandfathers, and other male mentors how to lead the way.

  • Focus on the family website

    Since Focus on the Family opened in 1977, their outreach has grown to include a wide variety of broadcasts, podcasts, telecasts, films, websites, blogs and radio drama programs. These outlets feature information, guidance and practical insights on everything from adoption to marriage to media discernment to pastoral concerns.

  • mama bear apologetics podcast

    Mama Bear Apologetics is a podcast for mothers of biological, adopted, or spiritual children who want to learn about how to defend the Christian faith, help give their children reasons for faith, and understand the worldviews that challenge Christian faith in the first place.

  • thriving kids connection blog

    Thriving Kids Connection is a ministry of the National Center for Biblical Parenting.