Jesus is our lead story in every room of our House. In fact, He’s our only story – even in Passion Kids. We want to lean in with the families of our House who are raising a generation of children to know and walk in relationship with Jesus.
We are more than babysitters. We’ve designed our Passion Kids environment very intentionally to allow worship and teaching to come alive for the children of our House. Each child is assigned to a tent based on their grade, where boys meet with boys and girls with girls, being led by our amazing team of Passion Kids Door Holders. Each gathering is different but includes a mixture of tent time, exciting worship, an age-appropriate Bible story with a “Big Idea,” a “Remember Verse,” and fun activities.
We have the best Door Holders around who are passionate about helping every child who walks through the doors of Passion Kids feel seen, accepted, and more importantly are seen, loved and accepted by Jesus. All of our Door Holders have undergone a thorough screening process of interviews, background checks and training.
Passion Kids is offered during the 9:15a and 11:45a gatherings.
Passion Kids celebrates RISE Day each fall, when school starts, when each child is promoted to their next tent. They are placed in tents based on grade and gender.
Because children are placed in tents according to their grade and gender, your children may not be able to be in the same tent.
Upon your arrival to NAHS, you will be greeted by the Passion City Church Parking Team who will direct you to available parking.
Registration opens an hour prior to the gathering. However, the doors to Passion Kids open 30 minutes prior to the gathering. Click here to register your child for Passion Kids.
To minimize the chance of spreading illness, children who show signs of sickness will not be accepted into the Passion Kids environment. We require that children be fever-free for 24 hours before entering Passion Kids. This is for the health and protection of all children and Door Holders. You are encouraged to bring your child back to us as soon as he or she is well. If an illness is discovered after a child is in the classroom, your child will be separated from the other children and a member of our Staff Team will contact you.
Upon recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a child should not be taken from the home with any of the following conditions: