Welcome to Kidstown at our Foxboro Campus!

Our Sunday morning programs are designed to teach your child about God in a fun way and allow them to see Him in action each week, through our wonderful team of trained Kidstown volunteers. We offer regular programs throughout the school year.  

Toddlers and Preschoolers learn valuable lessons through Bible lessons, music, crafts, and play time. Kids in Kindergarten through 5th Grade meet together in a large group for a time of worship and learning, and then break down into small groups where we reinforce the lessons from the large group teaching.

Upcoming Kids & Family Events

Your First Sunday in Kidstown

How to Check-In

Kidstown check-in is in the lobby of the gymnasium end of the building. From there, one of our friendly volunteers will welcome you with a new visitor welcome bag and help you register your child. Drop off your children in their appropriate classrooms upstairs before heading to service - we'll help guide you to the right place! This whole process takes just a few minutes, but plan to arrive a little earlier than the service so we can get you all set!

Special Requirements?

If you have any special concerns or dietary restrictions, let us know! Contact our Kidstown Ministry Director, Rita MacKinnon.   

About Our Environments

We would love to welcome your infant or toddler to one of our environments. Our team of Kidstown volunteers love to hold babies, blow bubbles, teach lessons and lead craft activities. From infants to toddlers, there's a place for your child in Kidstown! In each of these areas your child will cared for by our incredible team of volunteers all while learning about Jesus and his love for them.

We have a separate preschool environment for our 3-5 year old Kidstown attendees. Our curriculum in this environment gives children an opportunity to play games, do crafts, sing, dance and hear an engaging Bible story all while providing plenty of space for free play and social interaction with the other children and leaders.

In our elementary environments, all children are welcomed into grade-specific small groups with curriculum targeted to their age and development. Children will be greeted by a small group leader who will serve with them throughout the school year. The intentional small group leader and specific roster of children at each table allows children to form important relationships while learning Biblical truths, to worship together in large group, and to engage in age-appropriate activities that reinforce the day’s lesson.

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