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Kid's Ministry

The Seabreeze Kids Ministry is where your children can creatively explore the Bible and discover Jesus in a safe environment. We offer free classes for ages birth-5th grade during all three Sunday services, 8:30am, 10:00am, and 11:30am.

I'm new, what should I expect?


Once you arrive on the Seabreeze campus, head to the Kids Kiosk which is just outside of the Kid’s Building. At the Kid’s Kiosk, a volunteer will greet you and show you how to check-in and print your child’s name tag and a Guardian Receipt. This is the receipt you will use to pick up your child after the service.


From the Kids Kiosk, a volunteer will lead you to your child's class and introduce you to the leaders in the classroom. This is where you can drop off your child while you attend the worship service. Your child will be welcomed into an hour of fun and biblically based learning. Drop off anything your child needs with the classroom teacher. 

We value your child’s safety, so we provide a nurturing, safe and secure environment. All Kids Ministry volunteers are background checked and are members of Seabreeze Church. You are welcome to write down your number for the volunteers so they can contact you during the service if needed.


After the service is over, you can pick up your child from their class by presenting the Guardian Receipt you received during check-in.

What Your Kids Are Learning This Month

October Learning Topic: Courage: Being brave enough to do what you should do, even when you're afraid.
“Be strong and brave. Do not be afraid. Do not lose hope. I am the Lord your God. I will be with you everywhere you go.” Joshua 1:9b, NIrV

Click here for the Parent Cue.

October Learning Topic: God can help me be brave.
Theme Verse: “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid . . . for the Lord your God goes with you.” Deuteronomy 31:6, NIV
Basic Truth: God loves me.
Follow Along in the Parent Cue:   Babies   |  Toddlers  |  Preschoolers

Frequently Asked Questions:

What if my child needs me during the service?

You can write down your cell phone number for the volunteers in your child's classroom. If you are needed for any reason, a volunteer will send you a text.

How do you screen leaders in the Kids Ministry?

All Kids Ministry Leaders are background checked and are members of Seabreeze Church.

How are kids classrooms divided?

Kids are divided into the following classes to provide more focused instruction and to minimize distractions.

Boys & Girls Together
: Babies (non-walkers), Toddlers (walkers – 2-years old), Pre-school (3 & 4-years old)  

Boys & Girls in Separate Classes: Younger Kids (5 years old – 2nd grade), Older Kids (3rd – 5th grade)

What is your approach to teaching children?

We believe that God has given parents the primary responsibility for raising their children to become godly adults. Therefore, our goal is to come alongside parents and provide them with practical help and support in fulfilling this responsibility. We do this by providing resources for parents, such as the Parent Cue, to help them train their children in real life throughout the week.

All our lessons are biblically based and are led by leaders who embody the values they are teaching. We believe that children learn best when they are having fun! Our lessons are designed to keep kids active and engaged so that they will have a blast as they learn how to apply the Bible to their lives.

Do I have to pay for my child's class?

No, all of our kids classes are free!

Can I take my child into the main service with me?

We realize that there may be circumstances when it doesn’t make sense to check your child into his or her class. For those instances, we have reserved several rows in the Auditorium for “Family Seating”.

Another great option, especially if your child needs to fidget or make a little noise, is to use the Family Room which is on the South end of the Auditorium. The Family Room has toys, books, and puzzles for your child and a live feed of the worship service so you can watch the service as your child plays.