Here's a few answers to our most common questions.
How do you screen your volunteers?
Every leader who serves in Children’s Ministry must complete a thorough application, interview and background check before being allowed to serve with kids.
Can parents visit their child’s environment to see what it’s like?
Absolutely! We would love to have you visit your child’s Children’s Ministry environment either with your child or by yourself if you just want to check it out.
Make sure and bring a photo ID and stop by the Children’s Ministry welcome desk in your child’s environment to obtain a guest observer badge and check into the environment.
Can my children stick together in the same environment even though they are different ages?
Our environments are age-targeted, so unfortunately we can’t allow kids from different age groups to stick together long-term. This can be a safety issue, and we want to connect them in groups with kids their own age.
However, we understand that for your first visit, siblings or friends may want to be together. That’s totally fine. We do ask, though, that the older child attend the younger child’s environment if they are staying together for that first Sunday.
Check out the Sneak Preview section to see how the ages break down on your campus.
Who do I contact if I want to serve in Children’s Ministry?
Just click here, tell us a little about yourself, and someone will be in touch within 48 hours to give you more information about serving.
Does Southland offer a Moms Day Out program?
Yes. Our Great Escape program serves children ages birth to 4 years. Click here to learn more and register for our next session.