Answers For Parents

Will my child be safe?

Safety is one of our highest priorities at Radiant Kids. All of our workers and volunteers undergo background checks and training to ensure the safest environment possible. To uphold our "safe" value, we have established a "two adult rule". There will be at least two adults present in or near the room with the kids at all times. Everything is sanitized with organic cleaner before and after services to guarantee everything is germ free for your child. Additionally, our check in system ensures that only authorized persons are able to pick your child up at the end of service. 

How can I be reached if a situation arises with my child?

When you register your child, there is a space where you will enter your cell phone number. We ask that you have your cell phone with you in the service and set to silent ring and/or vibrate. We will text you or call you if we need to reach you. 

Alternatively at child registration, you both will receive claim stickers with matching numbers. If you are needed at any point during the service, we will place your claim sticker number on the bottom of the screen in the service. If this occurs, please return to your child’s room. 

What if my child has been sick during the week? 

Please help keep our children’s area safe. Do not leave your child if he/she has had a fever or any symptoms of a viral infection (runny nose with colored discharge, vomiting, diarrhea, pink eye, rash, persistant cough, etc…) within the last 24 hours. 

How do you discipline?

First your child will be given a verbal warning, then if nothing has changed a verbal isolated warning will be given and then finally parents will be called to pick up their child from service. 

What will my child learn?

We value every second spent with your child, and strive to make the most of our time with each of them. Although every Sunday is filled with fun new activities and stories, there are basic truths that are reinforced every week. For our babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, we want each of them to believe by the time they are 5 years old that “God made me”, “God loves me”, and “Jesus wants to be my friend forever.” For Kindergarten through 5th graders, the essential truths are “I need to make the wise choice”, “I can trust God no matter what”, and “I should treat others the way I want to be treated.” After service, your child is sent home with a note for the parents, telling what we talked about in church, and giving ideas of how to continue the conversation at home in their everyday life!