Come on out and join us as we participate in fun activities, talk in small groups and look at different Bible verses which help us dig deeper into our lesson from Sunday.

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New Series

“I double dog dare you!” Those five words can either make us really nervous or make us really brave. In this series, we’re not talking about the kind of dares that challenge you to drink a liquified Happy Meal or lick a frozen telephone pole. We’re talking about a better kind of dare — the kind of dare God gives us when He calls us to do something big and bold in His name. In this 4-week series from the book of Genesis, kids will hear the stories of people who responded to God’s call with either fear or courage. They’ll be challenged to obey God even when others aren’t, to obey God by putting Him first, to obey God even when they don’t understand, and to obey God by turning away from sin.

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Work with parents to lead their kids into a strong and changing relationship with God.


Equip parents with resources and encouragement through their kids lives.


Be Prepared. Know Gods Voice. Bring Change.

Do you know where Burundi is located? The offerings that are brought into KidStreet this year will fund a special project through BGMC,  “Bicycles For Burundi." 

The bikes will help pastors and church planters in Burundi travel to reach different cities, villages, and churches.

Our Goal for 2019 is $8,000 which will provide about 45 bicycles for church planters and pastors in Burundi.

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Jonathan Wood


KidStreet Children’s Ministries is a place where kids feel safe, have fun, and grow spiritually! We want church to be a place where they can learn AND have fun because we know a relationship with Christ and the Word of God sets a foundation for their life. Our goal is for every child to know Jesus personally, walk with Him through life, and know they can call on Him anytime!

We count it a privilege to serve your family in KidStreet!
— Pastor Jonathan

Alexis Snooks


Our mission is to “train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6).  We use age-appropriate curriculum in both the nursery (ages 0-2) and preschool (ages 3-4) to teach your child basic biblical principles.  A typical Sunday includes free play, singing, a snack, and a coloring sheet or craft to accompany the lesson.  KidStreet Jr kids will learn in a positive, nurturing, and safe environment!
— Alexis Snooks