Welcome to the King’s Kids page!

See what we’re learning, find out more and download some cool stuff.


Loving and following Jesus is the ultimate adventure and there is no age limit! We are passionate for our Children to know the real love of Jesus and live lives of power and purpose each day.

Church can happen where ever you are. King’s Kids normally meet during our meetings across King’s Church. Each session is about giving our children the best opportunity to meet and experience Jesus. We explore themes and stories in the Bible, play lots of games and have a whole load of fun together.

On this page, you can find resources, links and our curriculum which you can use at home! When you can’t get to church take church to your kids!

King’s Kids Blog

We post updates here so that you can show your parents or friends what we’re doing.

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King’s Kids – 12th July

This week we are looking at the story of Joseph and how it links to how we should forgive one another. In keeping with the theme we have a special craft competition for the kids to create the most colourful Josephs coat – they can draw, paint, sow, collage – the winner will win some […]

Kids Church – 5th July

Hello wonderful Parents! And Happy July! This week the title is loving one another and we are taking inspiration from the story of the good Samaritan! You can find this week’s video on the below link: https://youtu.be/aa3ddZ0Ai1I You can also find worksheets and extra resources here: www.makingjesusfamous.org/kidsworkers 

Kid’s Work – 28th June

As lock down begins to ease and many of our kids start returning to school it’s so important to keep them rooted in God’s word. We would love to support you through this transition so if there is anything we can help with please don’t hesitate to ask myself or one of your community pastors. […]

Join the group

We have a Facebook page for all the Parents of King’s Church. This is a forum to share ideas of how we disciple are kids and also resources and teaching to help equip us in that task.

Start children off on the way they should go,
and even when they are old they will not turn from it.

Proverbs 22:6