Join us this Sunday! Our Gathering times are 9 & 11 AM.
We are committed to empowering each child to learn to think, love and live like Jesus, and reproduce that in the lives of others. Even the smallest child can experience the love of Christ through those who care for them. Each Sunday our RH Kids staff and volunteers partner with parents to present Biblical truths to our kids in exciting and creative ways. – Mark Began, Family Ministries Pastor
Volunteer with us! To join the Serve On Sunday (SOS) team or become a regular RH Kids volunteer, please complete our application. Scroll down to the bottom of this page to learn more about what to expect.
Early Childhood rooms are a safe, fun environment where children from newborn to toddlers build a solid foundation of faith through hands-on activities, interactive songs, movement, and creative storytelling. Our children are cared for by trained volunteers who have passed security and reference checks and we abide by healthy adult/child ratios.
We begin introducing curriculum in our classes in Toddler 2. The lesson each week focuses on a key Biblical foundation and is communicated through storytelling and fun classroom activities.
We look forward to partnering with you in sharing God’s love to the littlest member(s) of your family!
Preschool & Kindergarten
It is our number one desire that your children become more excited about following Jesus when they leave church with you on Sunday morning! RH Kids is a place for your kids to come into a safe environment where the teaching is directly from the Word of God and spoken in kid-friendly language.
Our Preschool Community Groups are what make the big church small! Here kids are divided into small groups beginning in Pre-K and meet with the same leaders every weekend to grow relationally and spiritually.
Our hope for your 1st-5th grader is that they become more excited about following Jesus when they leave church with you on Sunday morning! RH Kids is a place for your kids to come into a safe environment where the teaching is directly from the Word of God and spoken in the language that kids understand.
Our Elementary Community Groups are what make the big church small! Here kids are divided by grade (and gender in 4th-5th grades) into small groups meeting each weekend with consistent leaders to grow relationally and spiritually.
Interested in getting involved in RH Kids?
RH Kids just can’t happen without our adult volunteers. We have some of the most awesome volunteers on the planet serving the kids here at Rolling Hills. Would you pray about joining the volunteer team to reach children for Christ?
At Rolling Hills, we value having age appropriate ratios of children to adults in all of our RH Kids classrooms. However, on any given Sunday there could be an unexpected increase of kids in attendance. To help support this need, RH Kids is looking for 60 people to become on-call volunteers as part of the Serve on Sunday (SOS) team. If you aren’t able to commit to regularly serving but would like to help when needed, this is a great way to get involved. Click on the link at the top of the page to fill out the RH Kids Volunteer Application.
What if the leaders need to contact me during the service? The number of your security tag will appear on the digital reader boards located in the Worship center and throughout the facility.
What kind of security check is used for volunteers? Screening of volunteers includes a comprehensive application, as well as background and reference checks.
How do we keep children safe and secure in their classrooms? One of the primary ways, is by following child-to-adult ratios, which have been established to maintain a fun, yet safe learning environment. These ratios range from two children per adult in Early Childhood, to ten children per adult in Elementary.
What will my child be doing during the service? Bible lessons are taught to all children starting with Toddlers. In Preschool and Elementary, we use music, drama, puppets, and storytelling to teach the Bible creatively in a large group setting. Those age groups also break up into consistent small groups to dig a little bit deeper with their small group leader.