Welcome to Fort Mill Kids!
At Fort Mill Kids (birth-5th grade), we believe that every environment should be exciting, safe, and relevant in helping your family follow Jesus. Our environments for kids are age-intentional with worship, small groups and applicable teaching from the Bible. Kids’ check-in begins 15 minutes before our services. We have preschool and elementary environments at 9:00am and 10:30am.
Register HERE for the Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon Sunday, October 23, in the Fellowship Hall.
What is Fort Mill Kids?
We believe that people of all ages are capable of unleashing a movement of Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered World Changers. We have enthusiastic, well-trained staff and servant leaders who have a passion for Christ and for kids. During all Sunday services, we provide unique programs for kids ages 6 weeks to 5th grade. It’s our desire to create an engaging and safe environment during their weekly time with us.
What is First World?
First World is divided into Nursery (6 weeks-2 years) and Preschool (3-4K). Children in the nursery are divided into age-appropriate classrooms where they are loved and cared for. Preschoolers attend The Clubhouse, a place where children worship and experience the stories of the Bible in dramatic and engaging ways while exercising their own creativity. They also experience the Bible in small groups, a time where they can interact with their friends and participate in prayer, Bible explorations, and life application. Our objective is to communicate to every preschooler, “God made me, God loves me, and Jesus wants to by my friend forever.”
What is Uptown?
Uptown is our Sunday environment for kids ages kindergarten – 5th grade. Elementary Kids participate in a large group environment (called Uptown Live) and a small group environment. Uptown Live is where kids will worship and hear Bible stories in creative ways. In small group the kids learn the application of the Biblical truth. Our objective is to communicate to every elementary kid that, “I can trust God no matter what, I need to make the wise choice, and I should treat others how I want to be treated.”