Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Kids Quest is a ministry to children and there is no cost on Sunday mornings. We are thrilled you and your family are joining us at Centerpoint.

Kids Quest Nursery is for infants through young 5s, while Kids Quest is for school-aged children, kindergarten through 5th grade.

No pre-registration is required.

Visit the Nursery & Kids Quest check-in to check your child(ren) in. Our check-in leaders will be happy to help you through the registration process.

After your finish your check-in, you will receive a nametag for each child and a security tag for you. It's important that you keep your security tag, as you will need this to pick up your child(ren).

We ask that you pick up your child as soon as the service ends so that we can release our volunteers when all of the children have been picked up. Go directly to your child's class. Show your security tag (that you received when you checked your child in) to your child's teacher so that he/she may verify the matching codes and you're good to go.

We would love to have you help out at Kids Quest. Some adults and teens volunteer twice a month and others volunteer less or more frequently. We are extremely flexible. You will need to attend our Safe Sanctuary Training to become a volunteer. Simply let us know you are interested.

We ask that sick children not attend Kids Quest programs in order to ensure the health of children and staff. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that a child should not leave home when any of the following symptoms exist: fever (over 100.4) degrees in the last 24 hours; vomiting or diarrhea within the last 24 hours; sore throat, untreated pink eye or other eye infection. These are the guidelines that we follow and we expect that a child or volunteer be free of fever for 24 hours before coming back to Kids Quest.

The staff of Kids Quest strives to provide an extremely fun, yet safe environment for your children. The facilities and emergency procedures have been approved by the local Fire Department. Our Kids Quest teams also consist of committed volunteers that have gone through a Safe Sanctuary Training (child protection training) and background check.

A check-in system has been put into place for all children from infants through fifth grade. Each week, your child will be checked in and out at the check-in kiosk located in their area. You will receive a security tag that has a unique alpha-numeric code, matching your child’s nametag. You will use this to check-out your child at the end of the service.

Safety is one of our key values and to uphold that value, we will not release a child to anyone other than the person who is authorized to check the child in and out, via the security tag. Because we are committed to matching these tags, this process may take some time, so we appreciate your patience as we check-out each child.

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