A place for kids to grow spiritually
Northstar Kids is a place where kids, big and small, learn that Jesus is on a quest for them and how they can be on a quest for Jesus. It is designed for children 3 months through 4th grade during celebrations. Our goal is to help build a spiritual foundation for children: a foundation of trust, self-concept and a growing understand of God. As your child grows with us, we will be sharing basics of a walk with God including experiencing worship, discipleship, and community. Our approach is rooted in Northstar's vision of Go. Love. Live.
What to expect
We are thrilled to welcome your family to Northstar. We're passionate about investing in the next generation and excited to support families on their spiritual journeys.
Early Childhood is for kids infant through kindergarten. Sunday morning programming is offered at both the 9am and 11am services and includes welcome/activity stations, story time, chapel time, craft time, snack time and sign-out.
Elementary is for kids ages first grade through fourth grade. Sunday morning programming is offered by grade at both the 9am and 11am services and includes sign-in, small group connect time, worship time, large group time, small group time, and sign-out time.
Compass is a scripture memorization program for ages 5 and up, empowering kids to dive into God's word.
Northstar Kids is founded on Northstar's vision of Go. Love. Live.
go to the missing
When we welcome a kid, we welcome Jesus.
Matthew 25:40 Then the King will say, “I’m telling the
solemn truth: Whenever you did one of these things to
someone overlooked or ignored.
love the marginalized
We value connection over correction.
Proverbs 22:60 Train up a child in the way he should
go, and even when he is old he will not depart from it.
live as god's kids
The reason we do what we do is because of one thing. Every kid is made in the image of God. Every kid has the divine capacity to love, relate and imagine because they are created in God's image.
Genesis 1:27 So God created human beings (you, me, a preschooler, a baby, an elementary kid) making them to be like himself.