Children

We recognize and affirm the importance of children in our culture at large and especially in the local church.

Children 6 weeks through 5th grade

Our goal each week to is to provide a stimulating, faith-filled environment for children to learn about and connect with their Creator and build safe, healthy relationships with each other. We have worked diligently over the years to create the right combination of people, activities, application and fun to open our children’s hearts to accept Jesus Christ and it is a constant goal of ours to make it better and better.

We do this by:

Recruiting caring, talented team members to teach in our classrooms and capture the hearts of our children;

Implementing a strategic curriculum that includes engaging activities that cater to a range different intelligences;

Constantly improving our facilities according to the needs of our children;

Most importantly, praying and fasting for our children to walk in love and purpose and that they grow in their individual relationships with Christ.

Connect with mKids

Check out our mKids blog! Click below to find articles by one of our contributing authors, enjoy original mKids music videos, and other resources.


You can also connect by following mKids on Instagram.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do if my kid has severe allergies?

mKids is an allergy aware area. What this means is that we do not offer snacks containing gluten, egg, or any kind of nut. We also have a policy that we do not allow outside food or drink (outside of water and coffee) back in mKids at any point on a Sunday morning.

For many special events, we do have childcare available. Frequently at these functions a meal will be offered to the children.

For any event or craft where there could potentially be an allergy issue, an allergy alert will be posted outside the classroom door.

What if my child has special needs?

We would love to partner with you! We have buddies that hang out with some of our special needs children, we also have interpreters available for children that may require them. We just ask that you give us about a week’s notice to find your child the right buddy for them.

How can I find out what my kid is learning?

We generate links to all of our material, and hand out take home cards to the children. Make sure you ask them what they’re learning…we love our parents to be “in the know.”

What will my first Sunday look like?

On your first Sunday you may walk up to the mKids main entrance (the breezeway entrance) or you may walk into any of Mosaic’s entrances and a greeter would be happy to show you where to go. Once you’re in…you’ve done the hardest part—just making it! Next walk up to our children’s check in desk. We have a team ready to assist you in checking in and finding your child’s space designed specifically for their age and development stage. Don’t leave without letting us know it’s your first time! We want to know you!

How can I get involved?

The easiest way to get involved at Mosaic is to find a Community Group. These small groups exist to help you connect and find community. Ask any of our greeters to help you get plugged in, visit our Community Group page or email Brett Millican.

If you would like to start serving in mKids, we would love to have you! There are just a few requirements to get you started: 1) you have to be in the membership process of Mosaic, and 2) you have to submit an application, a part of which is a background check. This is to keep our most precious treasures safe.

What kind of safety measures do you have in place?

As mentioned in previous question, we complete a background check on our volunteers, staff and sitters. At check in, as a parent, you will be given a sticker with an identification number printed on it. The same identification number is on each of your children’s nametags. At pick up, no one is allowed past the desk that does not have a sticker. In addition at pick up, parents are required to present their sticker to the teacher who will match the child’s and the parent’s stickers to ensure the right child goes home with the right parent.

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