Check out Kidscoast At Home for valuable resources that empower you to lead your children through weekly worship experiences.
Equip & Empower
Equip and empower parents to lead their families spiritually.
Introduce Jesus Christ
Introduce children to the hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We purposefully plan our time to develop influential leadership skills in our children.
As a Kidscoast parent, we encourage you to take advantage of hundreds of articles and resources on a variety of parenting topics. You can also find great ways to engage with your child in every day moments together by downloading the Parent Cue that comes with our Kidscoast at Home lessons every week.
Children and parents receive matching printed nametags and pick-up tags to ensure their safety in our environments. The child’s nametag identifies their age group, any allergies, and a security code that matches the parent pick-up tag. At the end of the service, each parent picking up a child must provide the pick-up tag to the door host. A member of the Kidscoast team will ensure the security codes match on both the child’s nametag and parent pick-up tag.
All Kidscoast volunteers receive a background check and do not serve alone.
For more information about our policies and procedures, visit Kidscoast FAQs.
Small groups give children a safe place to belong. Groups are open to newcomers and leaders are always excited to include new guests. Just like in the adult Seacoast service, our elementary-age children have the opportunity to respond to what God is saying to them by going to the cross and requesting prayer.
Serving in Kidscoast
The Kidscoast Dream Team is made up of volunteers who serve within the children’s ministry of Seacoast. This team uses their gifts and talents to make it possible to reach hundreds of children across all Seacoast campuses with the life-giving message of the Gospel each weekend. While parents experience their worship service, children participate in exciting and active environments filled with worship, Bible teaching, and small groups.