Front Range Kids

Birth - 6th Grade

Welcome to Front Range Kids

Front Range Kids exists to help kids and parents build community, discover purpose, and grow their faith in Jesus. We strive to create excellent, fun, and safe environments each week for kids birth - 6th grade. Use the button below to contact us if you have any questions or need more information about Front Range Kids.

Where to Go
Where to Go

Upon arriving at our church, our greeters will gladly assist you and your family to the appropriate check in area for your children. Our rooms are divided by age group into three main areas: Early Childhood (birth- 5 years old), Elementary (Kindergarten -3rd grade) and Pre- Teen (4th -6th grade). Each area has age appropriate rooms designed specifically to incite wonder, provoke discovery, and fuel passion in the faith of the next generation.

Drop-off and Pick-up
Drop-off and Pick-up

We utilize an electronic check-in system to expedite drop-off on a weekly basis and to ensure each child’s safety. At your initial check-in, you will be asked for basic information and any known food allergies or medical conditions. After checking in, you and your child will receive matching numeric tags. If you are needed during a service, the four-digit number on your tag will appear on the video screen in the adult auditorium indicating that you are needed to return to the Front Range Kids area. Children can only be picked up with a matching parent tag.

What Kids Do
What Kids Do

We believe children at every phase of life are created to know God. We leverage the distinctive opportunities each phase presents to influence the identity and faith of the next generation. Each age group has age appropriate engaging curriculum that creatively teaches Biblical truths. Each month has a different theme that teaches character traits through relevant Bible stories. Our trained and background checked group leaders utilize videos, music, skits, games, and much more to help children understand and remember that week’s story.

Special Needs

Our Special Needs Ministry is specifically designed for children and adults with special needs. We help build community by providing them with a trained buddy to support them in our typical kid’s environments equal to your child’s abilities. We also provide a separate environment specifically for children with special needs where they can engage and learn about God in a safe and fun space. Like our kids, adults with special needs are evaluated on a case by case base to help develop the best experience we can for each person. For more information on this ministry, please email

In order to help us provide the best experience for your child, please complete the registration form below.

Partnering With Parents

We believe that no one has more potential to influence your child than you, the parent. We also believe two influences working together will make a greater impact than just two influences, so we want to cue you on ways you can leverage everyday moments to build a meaningful history with your kids. Use the button below to visit the Parent Connect page for parenting resources.

More Details

Ways for your family to stay informed
  1. The Parent Connect Page – Our website dedicated to resourcing parents in every stage.
  2. The Parent Connect Email – a weekly email that has blogs and podcast on different parenting topics as well as cues you on what we are teaching in Front Range Kids and how you can continue the conversation at home.
  3. Like us on social media at Front Range Kids for great parenting tips, blogs and podcast as well.
Next Steps

Child Dedication

Child dedications at Front Range are an opportunity to make a commitment as parents to honor God and glorify Him within our household. It is a public commitment to follow the instruction of Deuteronomy 6:5-9. To find out more information or to sign up for the next child dedication, email


If your child is interested in baptism, we encourage you to watch our parent/child baptism video.  This video will help you begin and continue a conversation with your child about what it means to follow Jesus.  This will also help you know what the best next step for your child is. Baptism is not essential for salvation but is a commandment for all those who come to faith in Jesus Christ. Baptism is a public declaration of faith in Jesus Christ. It is an act of celebration, obedience, and commitment, and we will celebrate together as we see others being baptized. (Acts 2:38, Colossians 2:11-13)

After watching the video, you can use our faith and salvation conversation guides to help guide your discussion with your child.

To find out more information email