Preschool [2–5 years]

Preschool is for children 2–5 years old. On Sundays, children can enjoy a fun, safe, age-appropriate environment where they can make friends and learn about God. We want preschoolers to know that:

  • God made me
  • God loves me
  • Jesus wants to be my friend forever

Special Needs: Our mission is to lead children into a growing relationship with God and others, and to support families of children with special needs. To help us better serve your family, please take the time to fill out the First Time Guest Intake Form. We look forward to partnering with you!

Want to connect with other moms at Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)? Click here for more info.

What to expect

Preschool meets in fun and age-appropriate environments.

The fun begins with a time to engage in a developmentally appropriate activity to get their focus on the lesson they will learn each week. The preschoolers then move into large-group time in the Clubhouse to sing and dance to upbeat music. Then we watch a video Bible Story with Ollie the Owl! They return to their classrooms to share in small group activities that help them learn—God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever!

Ridge Kids preschool rooms open 15 minutes prior to each morning service and closes 15 minutes after the end of the service.

Where to go

The rooms are located on the first floor. From the lobby, if you enter the double doors just past the coffee bar, you will continue straight down the hallway. At the end of the hallway, take a right to find your child’s room!


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Superhero Sunday

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