6 months - 5th grade

Each week our kids experience a fun, high-energy worship and Bible teaching that is relevant and engaging. Our goal at lpKids is to have fun while learning about God, so come have fun with us!


Our lpKiDS team wants to ensure you are comfortable! Upon arrival, let our team know you are visiting- we are happy to give you a tour and answer any questions you have.


lpNursery: 6 months – Potty Trained
lpPreSchool: Potty Trained – 5 years old
Kid's Church: Kindergarten – 5th Grade


Your child is important to us. On your first visit, we will need some personal information such as: parent/legal guardian names, children's names and birthdate, address, phone number and any special instructions (allergies, special needs) for each child. This information is entered into our lpKids database to help maintain our secure check-in system.

IMPORTANT NOTE: For the saftey and securty of your children, check in does close down 10 minutes after each service begins. If you are running late, no problem! Your child is able to enjoy the service in the main sancuary with you.



Your child’s safety is our first priority. All lpKids team members pass a background check, and we have our own security team to ensure your child’s safety. We use an electronic system for check-in and pick-up. If a parent/guardian needs to be reached during the worship experience, a team member will give your child’s ticket number to the Media team and it will be displayed on the big screen for the parent/guardian to come get your child. As mentioned above, the check in stations are unavailable 10 minutes after each service begins. We have a very robust accountability system in place to keep all children safe. Check ins after that time period could distrupt that and potentially prevent a child from being properly accounted for.

November Newsletters

We want to make sure our parents know what we learn in class! Use the following monthly guides to keep the lesson going throughout the week!

Being a good friend is easy! As long as you make time to hang out, remember their birthday, and answer their texts, you’re eligible for the Great Friend Award . . . right? Friendship might feel easy when life is easy, but it gets more complicated when your friends are hurting or struggling. What should you do? What should you say? What should you not say? When our friends need help, there are no easy answers, but in this 4-week series, we’ll follow the lead of a few people who’ve been there. Through the stories of Job, Ruth, Naomi, Elijah, and Eli, we’ll see how God invites us to “be with” people when they’re grieving, lonely, in need, or feeling hopeless, and how God is already with them.






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