A ministry for the future of Adventure Christian Community
We’re committed to providing a safe, joy-filled environment where each child feels loved and accepted as they begin their adventure of discovering God.
What is Adventureland?
Adventureland is our ministry for children one month through the seventh grade. We believe children are an important part of our church family. We want to include children in the process of discovering God, so we provide classes that meet the needs of their particular age group.
How Do I Enroll My Child In Adventureland?
For each child you wish to enroll into Adventureland, you must fill out and submit a registration form. You may pick one up at the Adventureland entrance OR you may click here to download and print out the form so you may fill out the form at home and bring it in when you drop off your children.
Your kids are safe here! We have multiple security personnel, (the Orange Shirts) in addition to a security camera system, and a check-in / out procedure. For more information on how we keep your kids safe, talk to any one of our dedicated volunteers. Is this your child’s first time here? If so, you will need to fill out a Facts About Me Registration Card. This card should be completed in total and include the child’s parent/guardians signature and contact information. This card should be given to your child’s teacher.
Take a pair of wristbands. Please write your child’s name on one of the wristbands and place it on your child. If your child is an infant you may place it on their ankle. Parents/Guardians wear the other wristband. This is your security band to pick up your child. If you do not have this band, you will have to present ID and a witness who can vouch for who you are. After the paper work is complete and you have your wristbands on, please escort your child to the appropriate classroom.
Sick Child Policy
If your child has any of the following symptoms prior to an AdventureLand class he/she must not attend class.
1) 2 degree fever
2) Unexplained rash (especially one accompanied by a fever or upper respiratory congestion)
3) Vomiting and/or diarrhea
4) A consistent frequent cough
5) Severe upper respiratory infection and anything other than a clear runny noseIf you child attends with any of these symptoms you will be paged to pick him/her up.
In AdventureLand we seek to provide an atmosphere of learning for all children that is engaging, loving, and encouraging. We desire that children will experience God’s love through their classroom learning and by the relationships they build with our AdventureLand staff. In order to provide a conducive learning environment for our children we have set forth the following policy concerning appropriate classroom behavior and discipline. This policy is based on the idea that discipline and correction are necessary for children to grow and mature in their personal relationship with God, as well as other kids and adults. Disruptive behavior that shows defiance for class rules, disrespect for staff and/or other students or physical or emotional aggression toward staff or fellow students will be dealt with in an age appropriate manner.