On Sundays kids birth-5th grade experience age appropriate environments where the Bible is taught and applied to their lives in creative and interactive ways through BridgePointe Kids. Because we believe following Jesus is fun and exciting, we desire to reflect that during our time together.
Safety and security are a high priority. We use a secure check-in/check-out system and personal interviews, reference checks, and background checks are conducted with all BridgePointe Kids team members.
Any questions? Get in touch with Michael Moran.
Parent Resources are provided in order to help parents make disciples of their kids. We want our kids to grow up knowing the love and purpose Jesus gives them. You can check out our Parent Resources Wall at BridgePointe or our Parent Resources webpage below.
BP Kids Facebook Group
Join this encouraging online community to see photos, interact with other families and teachers, and to stay in touch with what’s happening at BP Kids.
SERVE ON THE BP KIDS TEAM
We're excited for your kids to participate in BridgePointe Kids or for you to serve with our team! Email email@example.com with questions or for more information.
From the Blog
BridgePointe sent 11 high school students and 4 adult leaders to work with Restoration House Ministries in Manchester, New Hampshire the last week in June. At BridgePointe we believe students can make a difference today as they follow Jesus. Not only are they the leaders of the future; they are the leaders of today. We are so proud to see our students serve like Jesus and show people the love of Jesus.
This July, we are having a series of “Sunday Funday” Dress Up Days as a way to focus on joy and prayer. Every Sunday in July is a Dress Up Day, themed with a different way for you to come dressed up to BP. Then, we are inviting you and your family to pray for a topic that relates to the Dress Up Day for the rest of the week.
On June 23rd, we are having an “Up Sunday.” This means we are moving all kids in grade school to their next grade. For many kids, that only means they are another grade older and cooler. But for Kindergarteners and 5th graders, June 23rd will present them with a lot of change. Find out how you can help your kids know what to expect and navigate change when it happens.
Snow days present a unique opportunity to connect with your children in a way that can bring the family closer to each other and to God.
God has a great plan for families, but it takes intentionality, discipline, and frankly a lot of hard work. If you’re ready to experience God’s best for you and your family, these resources can help you get there.