KidzWorld is full of fun-filled, age-appropriate environments designed just for your kids! These children's services are high-energy experiences that include engaging teaching, games, toys, prizes, multimedia, and a caring staff. Your kids will beg you to come back each week! Read through the below frequently asked questions to learn more about KidzWorld.

What is your goal for KidzWorld?
The goal in KidzWorld is to provide a loving and exciting environment where children can learn about God and His love. We believe that it is our job to partner with parents as they seek to raise their children to know who God is and how much He loves each of us. Kids may receive take-home flyers or objects that help reinforce the weekend teaching. Parents can also access a valuable tool called The Parent Cue.

How do I check-in my kids?
Checking your children into KidzWorld is quick and painless. Computerized check-in is located in the heart of the building, between the North and South Auditoriums. If you are a first-time KidzWorld check-in, please visit the First Time Guest Registration Check-In counter to the north. Return attendees can check in at any station. Check-in closes ten minutes after the service begins. (This is to minimize distractions during the KidzWorld programs.) You can download and fill out a first-time guest form before you come to KidzWorld. Download the form here.

What ages can attend KidzWorld? 
KidzWorld is for children from birth through 4th grade. Baby Bay is for infants and 
1-year-olds. Adventure Avenue is for ages 2 through kindergarten. Route 252 is for 1st - 4th graders. The children are then divided into small groups according to their grade level. 

What curriculum is used in the KidzWorld classes?
We use the 252 Basics curriculum in Route 252, our elementary environment. In Baby Bay (0-1) and Adventure Avenue (2-Kdg), we use First Look curriculum. Both are produced by the Rethink group.

In Baby Bay and Adventure Avenue, kids are learning three basic ideas:    

  1. God made me.       
  2. God loves me.       
  3. Jesus wants to be my friend forever. 

In Route 252, we want every child to know the following:

  1. I need to make the wise choice.      
  2. I can trust God no matter what.       
  3. I should treat others the way I want to be treated. 

How secure are the KidzWorld classrooms? 
We’ve gone to great lengths to ensure the safety of every child who comes to KidzWorld. Each kid has a name tag that is matched to a parent identification number. Volunteers are screened with an interview and a federal background check. Our environments are monitored with security personnel and cameras. Safety at KidzWorld is a top priority.

Can my child attend more than one KidzWorld class in a weekend? 
Because of our Worship One, Serve One philosophy at NewSpring, we do allow children to attend two KidzWorld services per weekend. However, we request that children do not attend more than two KidzWorld programs in one weekend. 

What if my child has allergies?
Allergies can be printed on the child’s individual nametag. You can give us more complete information, especially for severe allergies by filling out an allergy form at check-in.

How do you handle special needs?
A Special Needs classroom will be available without pre-approval on Saturdays at 4 p.m.

The 1:1 child-volunteer option will be available Saturdays at 4 p.m., Sundays at 9:45 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. based on an application approval and availability of a one-on-one volunteer. Download the application here.

Special Needs staff works closely with families and may require additional documentation to help create a positive environment for your child. For questions, please contact Mont Yourdon Special Needs Assistant, at