Here at Bellevue, we want to walk alongside you as you teach your children to Love God, Love People, Share Jesus, and Make Disciples. We believe that, even at a young age, young children can begin to understand the basis of biblical truth. Some of the ways we teach these truths to our kids are through our Family Worship Services, Worship Care for birth–3-year-olds, Fight for Your Family curriculum, KidVue videos, KWOW songs and music, and more! Learn more about each of these opportunities below.

WORSHIP CARE RETURNS DURING WEEKEND WORSHIP SERVICES

Beginning September 12-13

Worship Care (free childcare) for ages 0-3 is returning to our Weekend Worship Services. We are utilizing a phased opening approach, and we thank you for your patience as we seek to discern how best to serve famillies in a safe and responsible way.

Reservation for Worship Care will be required due to the limited classroom spots. For questions, check out the Q&A below, or email our Children’s Ministry or call 901-347-5510.

FAMILY WORSHIP SERVICES AVAILABLE EACH WEEKEND

Please Register Each Week

During each of our weekend Worship times, we offer a Family Worship service geared to families having children in 5th grade and younger.

  • Sit at a reserved table for your family.
  • Join our Praise Team as we sing.
  • As a family, experience activities related to a biblical truth.
  • Hear a message from God’s Word.

FIGHT FOR YOUR FAMILY

Fight For Your Family is a 10-week discipleship journey focused on equipping parents to engage their children with biblical truth. What you need to know:

  • Each week, bellevue.org/family will be loaded with viewable and downloadable content that can guide what and how you teach your kids.
  • You will be resourced with one age-appropriate biblical concept per week to teach your kids over a family meal. These biblical concepts follow the “Levels of Biblical Learning” framework to help each child be taught according to their age-level.
  • Recognize that there is a battle going on in your homes today, and God has given you everything you need to lay a strong foundation of God’s Word in the hearts and minds of your children.
  • Register todayand beginning the week of September 12, you’ll receive the weekly resources geared toward the specific ages of your children. For more information, go to bellevue.org/family.

KIDVUE

Watch KidVue’s trailer above!

KidVue | Begins Thursday, September 17
New Videos Available Every Thursday | 10:00 a.m.
bellevuelive.org/kidvue

Looking for online content for your kids that you can trust? Bellevue is bringing biblical truth for you and your family to view on demand. Tune in each Thursday for the adventures of Avery and her furry friend, Elvis, as they meet new friends each week and  journey with you through the story of God’s Word.

KWOW

K-WOW Connect (Pre-K–3rd Grade)
Wednesdays
K-WOW, Kids Worship on Wednesdays, is a fun and exciting way for your child to learn the importance of worshiping our Savior!
  • Pick up a Treasure Pack once a month with hands-on crafts, games, and other family fun that build on each week’s Fight For Your Family emphasis.
  • On Wednesday mornings, you will receive a short email with links for 4-5 minute videos of worship songs and interactive music adventures related to each week’s lesson.

FAQ | WORSHIP CARE

what children's ages apply for worship care?

Childcare during Weekend Worship Services is for children ages 0–3.

what safety protocols can I expect?
  • Families are asked to use social distancing throughout the facility.
  • Hand sanitizer will be located at the entrances of our Children’s areas.
  • Staff and children will be required to wash their hands (or use sanitizer) upon arriving in the classroom.
  • Classroom capacity will be reduced and the indoor playground will be closed.
  • Greeters and other check-in staff will wear masks. Classroom teachers will not be required to wear masks.
  • Teachers of infants will wear smocks to provide a clean fabric between the baby and teacher’s clothing.
  • Teachers will use gloves when diapering. Changing tables will be cleaned and sanitized after each use.
  • Teachers will use sanitizing wipes periodically during the class and after class to clean surfaces and toys that have been handled.
is registration required?

Yes. Register here for Worship Care each week. Registration will open each Sunday following the conclusion of the 11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Registration will close on Thursdays. 

when can I register for Worship Care?

Registration will open each Sunday following the conclusion of the 11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Registration will close on Thursdays. Register Here.

How can I cancel a Worship Care registration?
If your plans change and you are no longer able to attend at the registered time, please email childrensministry@bellevue.org to cancel your registration.
can I bring my child's baby bag or backpack?
  • Please limit your child’s personal belongings. For younger children, please use a new gallon size Ziplock bag as a diaper bag. We will provide an additional label at check in for your child’s bag.
  • Children using a bottle or sippy cup may have a 2nd  Ziploc bag with written instructions for the classroom leader.
Are there special instructions for Dropping off my child for worship care?

Building Entry:

Please use the East and West Entrances to Bellevue Baptist Church. (East is best for child drop off)

Do not enter Bellevue if any of the following apply to you or your children.

  • If you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days or if you are awaiting COVID-19 test results.
  • If you have a fever of 100.4F or higher.
  • If you have had any respiratory infections, or a cough, sneezing regularly, had shortness of breath, vomiting, diarrhea within the last 24 hours.
  • If in the previous 14 days you have had any contact with someone: with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19; is awaiting test results for COVID-19; or is ill with a respiratory illness.

Drop Off Procedures:

  • Each child must have a reservation to be admitted into the classroom.
  • Child’s placement in class is based on age as of August 15, 2020.
  • Please limit your child’s personal belongings. For younger children, please use a new gallon size Ziplock bag as a diaper bag. We will provide an additional label at check in for your child’s bag.
  • Children using a bottle or sippy cup may have a 2nd  Ziploc bag with written instructions for the classroom leader.
  • Please take your child to the restroom before checking in to a classroom.
  • Allow our staff to operate the check-in kiosk outside each hallway.
  • Limit the traffic in our classroom hallways:
    • The parent and child to be dropped off (if possible)
    • Use a separate door for exiting the preschool hallway (we will have signs to direct)
    • Please do not dwell in our hallways
which entrance is the best to use for Worship Care?

Our East Entrance gives you the easiest and fastest access to our Worship Care area. Upon entering the East Entrance, you’ll find check-in kiosks and attendants who will be ready to assist you.

how early does Worship Care open?

Worship Care open 15 minutes prior to the start time for each Worship Service.

Worship Service Times:
Saturdays | 5:00 p.m.
Sundays | 8:00 and 11:00 a.m.

when does worship care close?

Worship Care closes 15 minutes after the closing prayer or conclusion of each Worship Service.

are there special instructions for picking up my child from worship care?
  • Please pick up your child promptly to allow our rooms to be sanitized for the next use.
  • Remember to ask for your child’s Ziplock bag(s)

RESOURCES

Scheduling Baptism

If your child has made a salvation decision and would like to be baptized, our Children’s Ministry team would like to connect with you. We schedule baptisms during most Worship services. Please call 901-347-5763 for more details.

Questions About Salvation/Baptism

Many children ask questions related to their personal salvation experience long before they are ready to become a Christian. The questioning process may begin years before the child is ready to proceed with a decision to follow Jesus as his/her personal Lord and Savior. When your child asks questions, please do your best to answer him/her as honestly as possible. Remember, you are developing his/her understanding and aiding in the spiritual maturing process. Here are a few sample questions:

  • How can I get baptized?
  • What does it mean to be a Christian?
  • When can I get baptized?
  • What is sin?
  • Why did Jesus have to die on the cross?

As you answer these and other related questions, it is a good idea to point out verses in The Bible and allow your child to read them. This will help the child by remembering what The Bible says.

To view our policies and procedures, click here.

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