What to Expect at SapNaz Kids

Your First Time 

On your first visit, just look for the SapNaz Kids’ Guest Services area. You’ll be greeted by a volunteer eager to meet your family and you’ll learn how  SapNaz Kids works. We’ll be there every step of the way (right up to your child’s room), so feel free to ask questions! Because we value safety, we will need some information at that time including: family member’s name, child’s name and birthday, address, phone number, and any special instructions (allergies, etc.).

Secure Check-In

In the Nazarene denomination, safety is a core value. That’s why we have secure check-in system at Sapulpa Church.
 
During your first visit, your family will be added to our check-in system. The next time you join us, you can check in on your own at any available station by searching your name, child’s name, or by phone number.  Upon check-in, you’ll receive matching identification stickers. Your child will need to wear the name tag portion and you will need to keep the matching tag. After the service, you’ll show the volunteer your matching tag in order for your child to be released from his/her room.
 
In the event that we need to contact you during the service, we can either text message you or we will share your child’s identification code on the screen in the auditorium. We ask that you immediately find a SapNaz Kids staff member or leader who will direct you to your child’s room.

 Sunday Morning Schedule

Sunday School – 9:30AM

Children Pre-K thru 5th Grade have Sunday School together each week. During this time they alternate between a community service project and prayer stations. 

Children’s Church – 10:45AM

During Children’s Church our kids have morning worship where they get a chance to be with friends, learn about God and participate in praise & worship

Wednesday Night Schedule 

Wednesday Night Kids 

On Wednesday nights kids and preschoolers meet at 7pm to dive deep into the gospel through The Gospel Project. We cover every story, call to missions, and even theological ideas from Genesis to Revelation. Ultimately, the gospel message changes everything; heart transformation can only take place when a child experiences the gospel. Ultimately we want all of our kids and preschoolers will understand the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but one unified story—God’s story of redemption.

Wednesday Night Bus Routes

We have several Wednesday night routes for our student ministry that run within Sapulpa city limits. Siblings of our teens are welcome to ride the bus too. However, we request parents of all kids in 5th Grade and younger to have a current Kids Bus Registration Form on file. We ask for simple contact information for communication purposes only. 

The Nursery 

The Nursery is provided 30 minutes before and 15 minutes after all regular Sunday and Wednesday services, as well as special events as indicated. Parents can rest assured that their babies are receiving personal care in a safe and nurturing environment. For the safety of all, our teachers and volunteers have been through training and an application process.
WHAT TO BRING
Disposable diapers, bottles or sippy cups, pacifiers (if needed), and a change of clothes are all helpful. Please label everything you bring with your child’s name. If you need a marker, one is available.
NURSING MOMS
We have a room designed just for you. Please feel free to use it anytime you need…for feeding, changing and watching the morning service.

Safety 

Safety is one of our highest priorities. That’s why you’ll receive a unique parent identification number each time you check in. Additionally, every volunteer is interviewed, participates in a background check, and completes our sexual abuse awareness training. You may also notice that our hallways are monitored by security during each experience. Click here to read our full SapNaz Kids Policy.  

Fun!

Most importantly we want our kids to have fun at church and can’t wait to come back! And we know they’ll have fun each week as they learn about who God is through games, activities, small groups, and video teaching.