Caring for Your Kids
At Lifegate, we value kids. We want to partner with you as you help your children on their spiritual journeys — and we want them to have a blast along the way!
If you’re new to Lifegate, stop by the KIDS Family Registration desk during a weekend service to get started.
Kids check-in times are 15 minutes prior to service start time at all campuses.
Baby Dedication is a celebration in which parents commit to raise their child according to God’s Word and the congregation commits to praying for and encouraging these families on this journey. Each child will have a member of the leadership team praying for him or her and seeking the Lord for life-giving words to share with the parents. The pastor leads the congregation in a prayer of blessing over the children.
We dedicate children ages two and under during weekend services at scheduled times through the year. If you are interested in having your child dedicated at Lifegate Church, please use your myLifegate account to register.
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Volunteer with Lifegate Kids
Caring for kids in a safe, life-giving way is our highest priority.
At Lifegate KIDS, we think getting to influence young people is a huge privilege that is also lots of fun! We are looking for amazing volunteers who love kids and love joining them on their spiritual journeys. It takes a few steps to serve our young people, but the reward of impacting kids’ lives is so worth it.
Step 1: Visit the link below and fill out the Lifegate KIDS Volunteer Application. (We want to know about you and why you are interested in caring for kids.) After filling out this application, your campus kids pastor will be in touch with you regarding the rest of the steps.
Step 2: Participate in a background check. (Safety for our kids is paramount!). The link for the background check will show on the final page of the Lifegate KIDS Volunteer Application.
Step 3: Read, understand and agree to follow the Lifegate KIDS Ministry Handbook.
Step 4: Interview with a Lifegate KIDS Campus Pastor. We meet you, you meet us and we get to know each other.