At Velocity, we believe that teaching and loving kids is an important responsibility. And we enjoy doing it! That's why we've created an atmosphere where everyone can accelerate towards God. So what does that mean for your kids? Our“pit crew” of volunteers serve every child who comes to church
on Sunday morning:
Velocity Kids Nursery (0 - 2 years)
A safe and caring place. Among the diaper changes and playtime, we introduce God's Word in story and rhyme.
Velocity Kids Toddlers (2's - 3's)
These formative years are a great time to share more Biblical ideas about God's love.Their Sunday mornings are full of action!
Velocity Kids Preschool (4's - 5's)
It's great to start school-type activities with this age group. They're ready to learn more about God and how to love others.
Velocity Kids Early Elementary (K - 2nd Grade)
This classroom time is for the younger elementary-age kids. Study is full of action and everyone joins in the lesson.
Velocity Kids Upper Elementary (3rd - 5th Grade)
These kids need a solid Biblical foundation to guide them as they encounter a bigger world. This class is a crazy time of games, dramas, experiments and interactive fun to help them investigate God's truths.
And safety is very important to us. That's why we run background checks on every Velocity Kids volunteer. And there are always multiple teachers in each class. The bottom line is that we always want you to feel confident that your child is in good hands!
Through Velocity's Student Ministry (grades 6-12), young people have many opportunities to accelerate their faith-journeys toward God.
Contact to sign up.
Quarterly trips to cool places. The whole group gets out and gets crazy! Past events: laser tag, rock climbing, concerts and summer mission trips.
Middle schoolers and high schoolers attend Convention X in November. The conventions host students from all over Virginia. Christian rock bands, entertainers and speakers get everyone refueled and charged-up for God!
Velocity Students are connected with a great summer camp, Camp Rudolph in Yale, VA. There are different weeks designed for middle school and high school. Also, teens can choose wilderness camping which includes tents, hiking, canoeing, and survival training. For more information, visit www.camprudolph.org.