Partnering with parents to guide kids
toward a relationship with Jesus.
Kids Church In-Person
Sunday morning kids classes have resumed with additional safety protocols. Through age-specific lessons, engaging activities, and small groups, children learn biblical truths and real-life lessons that they can apply to their lives every week.
Kids Church @ Home
You can access all of the awesome material that you’d find on Sunday mornings at church right here! We post a new lesson every week.
Is your family new to Black Rock Church? Please complete the form below so that we can learn more about you and your family and get you connected.
Black Rock Global Kids (BRGK)
Engages kids and their families in learning about missions, prayer for missions, and supporting missions.
Kids Small Groups (KSG)
January 31-May 23 | Grades 1-5
Small groups of 5-7 kids connect with two coaches for about 30-40 minutes on Zoom to have fun, build relationships and apply God’s truth to their lives. Meeting day and time will be arranged by parents and coaches.
Kids Midweek is for kids in Grades 1-5 where they have the opportunity to explore God’s word and grow in their relationship with Jesus while having a great time playing games, worshipping God, building friendships, and more!
Summer Adventure is licensed as a day camp by the state of Connecticut, and is open to children who are entering Grades 1-9. Activities take place at the church as well as parks, beaches, and other public facilities. Days include Bible stories, hikes, crafts, drama and music, games, picnics and more! Special trips are taken to museums, boats, theaters, amusement parks, and many other fun locations.
SHINE (Special Needs)
If you have a child with special needs who might need a little extra support to participate, we’d love to partner with you to make their experience amazing!
Parent Child Dedications
The most important thing you could do for your child is to introduce them to Jesus and teach them to love the Lord. Child dedications are a way to make this commitment public, while asking your family and friends to partner with you.
Connect in a Group: Being the parent is time-consuming and sometimes isolating. Building relationships with other parents committed to following Jesus in their parenting strengthens families.