Join us at a new location Sunday at 10am at the Crystal Community Center as we gather for public worship.

Westview Kids

Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."

— Matthew 19:14

We don't have a program for kids. We have a vision.

The vision we have is of families flourishing under God's design—parents pouring themselves out to raise their children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord (Ephesians 6:4). Kids are a tremendous blessing, and parenting is a profound calling. It's also a very challenging calling; that's why we covenant together as members to "educate our children in the Christian faith." We're in this together. We eagerly want to labor with you in showing your kids Jesus that they might follow him with us in all of life.

Sunday Mornings


We offer classes for kids that aim to help them grow in their understanding of God's Word and how it all finds fulfillment in the person and work of Jesus. These classes utilize the "Behold & Become"  curriculum produced by our members and are offered at 9:00am on Sundays in a trimester format with breaks during Advent, Easter, and summer.

The aim of our Discipleship Class curriculum is for children to have avenues to behold the goodness of God and become fitted servants for his kingdom. The local church not only has the opportunity but the responsibility to partner with parents to train and disciple their children. Learn more about and find resources for our curriculum.


There is a nursery available during our public worship service for children under four years old. The aim of this class is to come alongside families in equipping children to join us in public worship because we gladly encourage families to worship together with us in the service. We have suckers and coloring pages available for children to use as training tools in the service. There is also a "child training area" in the foyer with audio of the service to be a help to families.


All volunteers serving with Westview Kids are covenant members, completed a background check, and receive training on preventing and detecting abuse provided by MinistrySafe.

Wellness Policy

Check In

A child who has within the last 48 hours vomited or had a fever of 100.4º or higher, or a serious communicable illness (e.g., meningitis) is not allowed to participate.
Read our full guidelines here.
Check-in begins 15 minutes before the class or service. The check-in stickers serve two purposes:
Child ID – If we need you during the class or service, a text will be sent to the phone number on the sticker.
Child Pick-up – You must present your portion of the sticker before we release your child.

Contact Us

Have questions about Westview Kids? We'd love to hear from you.