Kids at Crestwood

At Crestwood, we believe the church should work together with families to engage the next generation. All children’s and nursery volunteers are background checked and trained.

Crestwood Children’s Ministry Strives to:

  • Partner with parents to provide resources that help families grow spiritually
  • Set a foundation for faith in Scripture at each stage of a child’s spiritual development
  • Provide another person of influence for each child to invest in their faith journey
  • Create learning environments for children to experience God in a unique way
  • Teach children they are here for a special purpose and are part of a God’s big story

Fall 2020 Kids Offerings

Children In Worship

Every Sunday we are thrilled to release a digital "Children In Worship".  These are packed with music, fun, biblical truths and focus on God's great love for YOU! Think of it as Sunday school in pj's!

Check Out Last Week's Here!


Our Tutoring program is one opportunity for the church to support parents in educating their Second through Fifth grade children this fall. Parents will register their children for a one hour session with a volunteer tutor on Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 - 3:45 p.m. The children should bring school work in which they might need guidance or explanation to enable them to finish their assignments.


Kids Fitness

Crestwood Family Ministries is providing a time of physical fitness for you! Because of Covid 19 we are all spending a large amount of time in front of computer screens and possibly not getting enough physical activity. Have no fear, we are here to help you with a regularly scheduled fitness time on Wednesdays from 4:00-5:00 P.M.


Sunday Kids Club

Join Crestwood Kids on Sunday afternoons for a time of games, worship and facilitated small-group style connection. Available for kids from 2nd grade through 6th grade. Parents are invited to drop kids off unless they have volunteered to assist with the program through Peg Webb or Josh Weeks.



Just like Sunday Kids Club - but for our younger (Kindergarten-1st Grade) friends!


What to Expect When You Visit With Your Child(ren)


Due to Covid-19 restrictions, and out of love for you, our neighbor, we cannot offer childcare at this time during Sunday worship.  You are welcome to bring your child with you to worship, provided they are able to follow the guidelines in place for all attendees to ensure the health and safety for all.



Our restrooms are open and available to all who worship with us on Sundays. We ask that children are accompanied by a parent when using the facilities and that proper hand-washing is observed.

Food + Drink

We know it’s hard to go anywhere without the security a of goldfish and a sippy cup –  But we do ask that, for now, all our friends leave snacks and drinks in the car until after our worship service.  It’s just too hard to enjoy food and drinks with masks on…  and once you open the goldfish, everyone will want some!

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”
— Matthew 19:13-14

Traditional Crestwood Kids Programs (When We're NOT In A Pandemic)

Sunday School
Younger students are invited to grow in relationship with Jesus through skits, crafts and music. As they mature, Bible story discussions help kids know Jesus and reflect His character to the world around them.

Wednesday Night Kids
Wednesday nights are family oriented with activities for every age.  The event begins with a home cooked meal and great fellowship, followed by special programming (combinations of music, recreation and teaching time).

Camp Crestwood
Camp Crestwood is a week of summer fun grounded in faith lessons that are reinforced throughout the morning activities.  Music, crafts, and recreation abound! Camp Crestwood is traditionally offered in July, with registration beginning in June.





Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)                                                                                              While MOPS is mainly for the moms, but the children are also given a full morning of nurture, engagement and social time with their peers.  Activities vary by age, with babies rocked by grandmas to a rotation for the older children of recreation, crafts, music, faith and fun.