Gateway Kids

If you are coming to Gateway for the first time, you can pre-register kids here.

Activities coming soon:


Kids Camp 2020

Kids camp is back! We’re going back to the amazing camp experience we’ve had at The Grove.

There’s a 3-story water slide, aqua course, zip line, giant swings, pool, glow in the dark dodge ball, and more. Cost is $125. Register by May 31!

Gateway Kids Ministry leaders are committed to bringing a great camp experience to your kids this summer. Everyone is excited about this because God’s Word is taught by our staff. The message is completely tailored to our kids. The games are superior to anything around!

Camp is June 22-26, 2020. Click here to register.

***Your child is considered to be in the grade they just completed. So if they are finishing first grade this year, then they will be classified as a 1st grader at camp. Thanks!

Grades 2-5 will stay overnight.
Grades K-1 will attend the 9am-4pm Monday – Friday 

Cost for grades 2-5 is $125. This includes camper’s lodging, food, t-shirt, crafts, and games. There is a $50 deposit to secure your child(ren)’s spot.

HURRY! There is limited space. Pay your deposit now to secure your child(ren)’s spot at Gateway Kids Camp 2020. Registration deadline is May 31. Click here to register.

Pre-Register Kids

If you are joining us for worship for the first time, you can pre-register your children.

Sundays at Gateway

We’ll guide kids in grades K-5 to worship God—like kids! They’ll worship through high-energy, child-centered, God-focused worship.

Kids Clubs

Children are invited to Kids Clubs in parks and yards all over our community. There’s no cost and it’s open to children who have completed Pre-K – 4th grade

Wednesdays at Gateway

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.

Mother’s Day Out

An early childhood education program that meets Tuesday and Thursday 9am – 2pm.

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