For a detailed view of how we minister to kids, just click on any of the age groups below.

Make it Safe

Your child’s safety is ensured through a secure check-in system. Every volunteer goes through intensive screening before joining our team.

Make it Fun

Expect your child to leave with a smile every week. After all, kids learn best when they are having fun!

Make it Stick

We aim to teach your child the simple truths of God’s word in a memorable way that will make it stick.

Parent Frequently Asked Questions

Will my child feel safe?

At LifePoint Kids (LPK), safety is the number one concern. We know that nothing is more important than safety and security for every child. At LPK, we believe that God has entrusted each child into our care, and we believe that there is no greater privilege.

Here are some of the security features we have in place to keep your child(ren) feel safe and secure during their time at LPK:

  • Everyone that enters the building on a Sunday morning has been registered.
  • Every child will receive a randomly generated security code at check-in. This code is what we use at pick-up to match your child to you.
  • Every door that enters LPK is locked and only those with a security tag or accompanied by a team member are allowed to enter.
  • In LPK, every volunteer and staff member has been screened and passed a background check.
Are they are resources that I can use as a parent to connect with what my child is learning in Sunday School?

At LifePoint Kids, we believe that parents are the disciples of their family and we want to give them the resources about what their child learned every Sunday. Inside the bulletin there is an overview of what your child learned in Sunday School, as well as the monthly theme and verse. We add this as a way to help you make connections to what your child learned in Sunday School. Also, LPK sends out a weekly email to all parents with conversation starters and details about what they learned, with a link to God Time Cards for their age group.

Also, each week there is a family connect in the bulletin that ties the message delivered in the Worship Center in an activity form for your family.

Can I stay in the classroom with my child?

LifePoint Kids is full of parents and grandparents that serve in classrooms. We would be excited to talk to you about opportunities to serve in a classroom with your child or anywhere in the LPK ministry. However, before anyone is able to serve in the classroom, they have to complete a background check and talk to a Ministry leader about the opportunity. This is for the safety of all the children in the classroom.

This is my first visit, what do I do?

LifePoint Kids Ministry loves new faces and would be excited to welcome you to our church family. Every first-time visitor is greeted and walked to the Kids Check-in Desk to fill out a registration form on you and your children. Once you are in our system, a staff member or volunteer will walk you to your child(ren)’s classroom and make sure they are connected with their leader. On the way to the classroom(s), you will get a breakdown of what your child(ren) will learn that day and how Sunday morning looks for your them.

How do I serve in Kids Ministry?

At LPK, we are looking for people who are passionate about teaching children about our great God. If you are one of these people, we welcome you to our team. Leaders serve either once a month or every other week. We have spots for everyone, whether you want to rock babies, welcome new families, act as a mentor to preteens, or make sure that LPK is always safe. For more information about serving in LPK email josh.longmire@lifepointplano.org.

At LifePoint Kids (LPK), safety is the number one concern. We know that nothing is more important than safety and security for every child. At LPK, we believe that God has entrusted each child into our care, and we believe that there is no greater privilege.

Here are some of the security features we have in place to keep your child(ren) feel safe and secure during their time at LPK:

  • Everyone that enters the building on a Sunday morning has been registered.
  • Every child will receive a randomly generated security code at check-in. This code is what we use at pick-up to match your child to you.
  • Every door that enters LPK is locked and only those with a security tag or accompanied by a team member are allowed to enter.
  • In LPK, every volunteer and staff member has been screened and passed a background check.

At LifePoint Kids, we believe that parents are the disciples of their family and we want to give them the resources about what their child learned every Sunday. Inside the bulletin there is an overview of what your child learned in Sunday School, as well as the monthly theme and verse. We add this as a way to help you make connections to what your child learned in Sunday School. Also, LPK sends out a weekly email to all parents with conversation starters and details about what they learned, with a link to God Time Cards for their age group.

Also, each week there is a family connect in the bulletin that ties the message delivered in the Worship Center in an activity form for your family.

LifePoint Kids is full of parents and grandparents that serve in classrooms. We would be excited to talk to you about opportunities to serve in a classroom with your child or anywhere in the LPK ministry. However, before anyone is able to serve in the classroom, they have to complete a background check and talk to a Ministry leader about the opportunity. This is for the safety of all the children in the classroom.

LifePoint Kids Ministry loves new faces and would be excited to welcome you to our church family. Every first-time visitor is greeted and walked to the Kids Check-in Desk to fill out a registration form on you and your children. Once you are in our system, a staff member or volunteer will walk you to your child(ren)’s classroom and make sure they are connected with their leader. On the way to the classroom(s), you will get a breakdown of what your child(ren) will learn that day and how Sunday morning looks for your them.

At LPK, we are looking for people who are passionate about teaching children about our great God. If you are one of these people, we welcome you to our team. Leaders serve either once a month or every other week. We have spots for everyone, whether you want to rock babies, welcome new families, act as a mentor to preteens, or make sure that LPK is always safe. For more information about serving in LPK email josh.longmire@lifepointplano.org.

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    Meet the Pastor

    Josh Longmire, Ph.D.

    Children’s Pastor

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