JICC kids


Matthew 19:14

Here at JICC we love families! We hold that children are one of God's richest and most precious gifts, not only to parents and families, but to the church as well.

Our core beliefs

Parents are the primary evangelizers and disciplers of their children. 
This means that, while the church certainly has a part to play in helping and equipping parents in this work (more about this in a moment), it is Dad's and Mom's responsibility to lead their children to Christ and in the life of Christ.

Families should experience worship and the other "rhythms" of the church together - not separately. 
Children need to see their parents worshiping, praying, singing, reading scripture, and relating to other brothers and sisters in the body. We know that this gets messy, noisy, distracting, even frustrating at times - but the fruit of families engaged in the life of the church together rather than segmented out is deeper, richer, and more rewarding than would be the case otherwise.

The Church is called to equip the saints for the work of ministry. 
Believing parents (saints) are to be about the ministry of raising their children in the fear of the Lord. Some families are a little further down the road here than others - that's okay! And it’s even to be desired because this is where the beauty of the body at work is clearly seen. We want to be a place of grace and compassion that partners with parents wherever they are on their journey (new believers to seasoned, mature believers) and equip them with resources, examples, and teaching to be about this great work.

want to volunteer with jicc kids?


Do you have childcare during the 10am Sunday Service? 
Yes! During our transition from Livestream only service to being on campus, we are offering childcare in a reduced capacity. We are serving a maximum of 15 children ages 1 year old through 1st grade. If you are interested in using Sunday childcare services, please email our director at elizabeth@jicc.us.

Are you following any specific Covid-19 related protocols?
We require all JICC Kids Volunteers and children undergo health screening (questions and temperature check) prior to checking into the room. We are under a ZERO symptoms policy, meaning no one with any symptoms of illness are allowed into the room.

Children and volunteers must wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering the childcare room.

Children are not served a snack during care. Babies are the exception and will be given whatever beverages or snacks the parent provides. Should your child need an exception to this policy, please email our director at elizabeth@jicc.us.

The disinfection policy duplicates the JICS policy of using 10% bleach solution at the end of the service. All other health and safety protocols are the same as before. 


At JICC, we believe that baptism is something done only after a person makes a conscious choice to accept Jesus Christ as their Savior.  However, we recognize the importance of making a commitment to raise your child in a Christian manner.  A Baby Dedication is a ceremony in which believing parents, and sometimes entire families, make a commitment before the Lord to submit a child to God's will and to raise that child according to God's Word and God's ways.

If you are interested in having your baby or children dedicated, please take a moment to read through our Baby Dedication Packet, fill out the last page, and email to lydia@jicc.us. Thank you!