ROCKY PEAK KIDS

Our goal for our Kids Ministry is to raise up a movement of young passionate Christ-followers by teaching them

what it means to follow Jesus. By attending our weekend services, special events, and camps, your child will

learn about Jesus and know that they are loved by him!  


Our kids classes are Saturdays at 5:30pm, and Sundays at 9 & 11am


If you are interested in serving as a volunteer in Kids Ministry, 

please click here to start an online application.


For more info contact Sherie Thielen at 818.709.0113 (ext 159) sthielen@rockypeak.org or Rocky Peak Kids at rpk@rockypeak.org.

Camp CAACONAA

August 17-18 | $70


Camp CAACONAA is an overnight campout designed to give dads a unique opportunity to connect emotionally, physically and spiritually with one of their kids. The fun starts on Friday, August 17 at 5pm and continues through Saturday, August 18 at 1pm at Rocky Peak's KFN, Kids Future Now, property (just west of Iverson on Santa Susana Pass Rd.). Cost is $70 for each father/child (ages 5-12) pair. Email rpk@rockypeak.org with any questions.


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NURSERY -

2 YEAR OLDS

Our goal for this age group is to provide a safe environment where our little ones are loved and prayed for.  We also begin teaching them about God and how much they are loved by him. 

3 YEAR OLDS -

KINDERGARTEN

This age group begins the service in a time of open play where our volunteers have the opportunity to spend intentional time with them, getting to know them, and modeling Christ's love for them.  Then they have a large group time with a live worship leader and a lesson taught by our amazing storytellers.  Afterwards, they go back to their rooms to spend time discussing the lesson with their leaders and peers.

ELEMENTARY

1st–5th Grade

This class begins in our dynamic large group environment where the kids get to spend a few minutes interacting with their peers and volunteers.  Then they come together for a time of engaging worship.  They are then taught a biblically based lesson where the Word of God comes to life in a way they can understand.  Afterwards, each grade goes to their designated room where they break off into small groups. Their leaders will lead them in a time of prayer and activities based on the lesson.  We want our kids to have the opportunity to ask the tough questions, and our small groups is where that happens.