We know how AWESOME kids are because they have been created in the image of our perfect, heavenly Father who has an unending love for them! That is why our team is crazy excited to disciple them every Sunday morning in Harvester Kidz! In fact, we have a little phrase that we say a lot around here . . .


We believe the faith community (the church) plays a supportive role in the endeavor to teach and equip the next generation to understand what it means to live in pursuit of an infinite God who desires and eternal relationship with Him. The Harvester Kidz Serve Team knows that to accomplish this we must . . .

  • Be Present (Show up consistently and prepared every Sunday)
  • Create a Safe Place (Lead their kids, and guard their hearts)
  • Partner with Parents (Honor the parents and reinforce the family)
  • Make it Personal (Live in community, set priorities and keep it real)
  • Move Them Out (Move kids to be the church and move kids to what is next)
  • We also believe in elevating the role of parents as the primary nurturer of their child’s faith. The Bible reminds us in Deuteronomy 6:6 that parents are to teach their children about who God is, and how much God loves them. We understand that while parents have a desire to introduce their children to God and his Son, Jesus, they sometimes lack the confidence or the tools needed to accomplish this goal. Therefore, we are intentional in resourcing our parents through . . .

  • Weekly printed resources
  • Twitter: @HarvesterKidz
  • Instagram: @fbch_families
  • Facebook: FBCH Families
  • Online Resources & Podcasts: http://theparentcue.org
  • Parent Cue App: http://ow.ly/BAgL30goakx

    Safety is important to us. Every child attending Harvester Kidz Sunday morning programming or other event on campus must check-in and check-out with a parent or guardian, and that parent or guardian must remain on campus while their child is in our care. Harvester Kidz uses KidCheck as our secure child check-in system. During check-in the kiosk will print three tags; one to be placed on the child, one to be given to the child’s leader, and the third is a guardian receipt which must be presented upon leaving our secure zone with your child. Guardians may also select to print a second guardian receipt if more than one guardian is walking through the secure area. Planning a visit? Open your KidCheck account.