EXCEL Kids Lessons

We have lessons for your child to learn who God is. While learning the Word of God is serious we suggest keeping things fun so your child can enjoy learning about God. Pastor often says “God forbid we have fun in church”, that goes for the kids too. Before you get started please take a moment to view our quick video to provide you with instructions and tips to assist you.

Now, to get started simply click on the lesson below for this week and watch it with your child. We suggest reviewing the link to the parent guide for your child’s lesson first.

TenderFeet (3 Mos – PreK) & Journey (K – 5th) Lessons – 09/25/2022

Finally, encourage other parents and help make this fun by sharing pictures of going through these lessons with your kids on Facebook and use the hashtag #excelkids.

We Miss You!

Our EXCEL Kids Team want you to know we miss you and your kids.

EXCEL Kids Service Protocols

In order to maintain a safe environment we ask that parents observe the following protocols:

  • To help with social distancing, only one parent is allowed to drop off your child(ren) at the classrooms and only one parent is allowed to pick up your child(ren) from the classrooms.
    • You will need the tag provided to you during check-in to pick up your child(ren).
  • Teachers will wear masks during class.
  • Children 3 years old and older will be required to wear masks during class.
  • No physical contact will be permitted.
    • Air hugs and elbow bumps are allowed.
  • Parents, your child(ren) will not be permitted to bring their own toys into the classrooms.
    • We have toys that are sanitized regularly for the kids to play with.
  • Hand Sanitizing stations are conveniently placed throughout the building.
  • We have a room for mothers to watch service with their little ones if needed.

Age Groups

Our “Tender Feet” classes are for children 3 Months to 2 Years Old. Each age has a separate class. Tender Feet are promoted to the next class on their birthday.

Our “Journey Kids” classes are for children 3 Years Old to 5th Grade. Promotion to the next grade is the first Sunday in June.  Graduating 5th Graders will join our “Discover 612” (6th Grade – 12 Grade) Youth Program.


All children must be checked in before going to class each service. This allows for a safe release following service as well as adequate Teacher staffing of the classrooms. Each child will receive a nametag and a class card, while each parent will receive an alphanumeric receipt necessary to retrieve your child(ren) from class. Check-in is open from 9:30am – 10:30am on Sundays.

Classroom Check-in

Once your child has been signed into EXCEL Kids, they are ready to go to class. For safety reasons, children must be accompanied to and from class by a parent, guardian, or other responsible party at least 16 years of age. Once a child has been checked into class their responsible party must not leave church property. If an emergency situation were to arise we would need the ability to quickly contact you.

Checking on Your Child

We understand that sometimes parents would like to make sure their child is doing fine in class, especially those with very young children or new visitors. You are welcome to check on your child at any time, but to avoid distracting them, we ask that you do it discreetly and try not to let them see you. Our younger classes have a window cut-out to allow you to check on them when needed.

Classroom Check-out

By policy, children are ONLY released to the parent or guardian who presents their child’s matching alphanumeric receipt. If you happen to lose your receipt, your child’s Teacher will call the EXCEL Kids’ Supervisor. The Supervisor may ask to verify your identification by ID and/or by looking you up in the computer system.

Wellness Policy

For the protection of all the children in our ministry we cannot accept children who are experiencing: non-clear drainage from nose and eyes, fever of 100 degrees or above, vomiting or diarrhea, inflamed mouth and/or throat, ringworm, chicken pox or head lice. We request that you not place your child in EXCEL Kids while they are experiencing illness symptoms. Thank you for helping us keep EXCEL Kids a healthy place for all.

Contacting Parents During Service

At times, we will need to have a parent come to a classroom during service. The reason for this may be that the child is ill, hurt, or an infant may be inconsolable. We really try to avoid pulling parents out of service unless it is necessary. In the event that you are needed, the Supervisor will ask the Media Department to post your child’s name on the screen asking you to go to their classroom.