Pre-Register Kids

If you are joining us for worship for the first time, you can pre-register your children. We have excellent care and teaching for them happening throughout the entire service. It’s safe and secure, and they’re going to have a great time learning about Jesus. Of course, kids are always welcome in the worship center too.

Pre-register below:

SUNDAYS AT GATEWAY

  • Small Groups— During the adult small group hour at Atoka, children will experience sound Biblical teaching and age-graded curriculum with dedicated teachers. Sunday morning at 9:15am at Atoka.
  • Kids Care—Infants and Toddlers are cared for and nurtured by dedicated volunteers during Sunday Worship at both campuses.
  • Kids Worship Service—We’ll guide kids in grades K-5 to worship God—like kids! They’ll worship through high-energy, child-centered, God-focused worship. Each week will be packed full of exciting Bible stories, dynamic learning activities, music, and life application. Kids Worship happens during the 10:30 service at the Atoka & Munford campuses.

WEDNESDAYS AT GATEWAY

Twice a year, in the spring and in the fall, adults enjoy small group studies. These studies take place at and around the Atoka Campus. Our Students in grades 6-12 gather for worship at the Munford Campus. During that time our children have care and teaching at the Atoka Campus. Children ages 3 through 5th grade are introduced to foreign and local missions.  Lessons highlight the practice of service and the sharing of the Gospel.

  • Mission Friends for children ages 3, 4, and 5 years old.
  • GA’s for girls in grades one through six. Girls in Action® (GA’s®) is a missions discipleship organization for girls. Every girl in grades 1–6 can be a part of GAs! Through GAs, girls learn about, pray for, give to, and do missions work. They also make new friends and have lots of fun!
  • RA’s for boys in grades one through six. Royal Ambassadors® (RA®) is a missions discipleship organization for boys in grades 1-6. Through hands-on activities that encourage spiritual growth, games and sports, and mentoring relationships with RA leaders, RA members become a faith-based brotherhood.