South Hills Kids (SHK) is the children’s ministry of South Hills Church. Our awesome team of trained volunteers always work hard to ensure that while you’re loving church, your kids will be loving church too!
FAMILY FUN NIGHTS
ATTENTION PARENTS of preschoolers through 5th graders! We are excited to announce that we are launching South Hills Kids Fall session with an in-person Family Fun Night in the church parking lot on Friday, September 25 at 6:30pm. This will be a night of family games, giveaways, and even some fun surprises!
Space is limited, so sign-up now using this button below.
ZOOM SMALL GROUPS
Zoom Small Groups for South Hills Kids are here! Kids will will learn about Jesus, play games, win prizes and connect with other kids their age. Preschoolers will meet every Saturday at 10am starting 9/12 and Elementary kids will meet every Sunday at 10am starting 9/13.
Sign your kids up using the button below and information will be sent to you!
In this online church experience, we provide you with everything your kids experience during one of our church services in case you are watching from home, so your kids can still get to experience a little bit of church!
Watch and engage with your kids as a family with this video experience! Print out the activity if you can, and be sure to check out the Parent Cue in order to connect what your kids learn into their everyday lives!
Everything in South Hills Kids revolves around keeping kids safe virtually, emotionally, and spiritually. We regularly train and revisit our policies/procedures so that children are as safe as possible. If we can’t keep kids safe, parents won’t want their kids to participate.
We want children to feel connected to a church at home. This is accomplished providing a various amount of content for kids to participate in and feel as they are a part of a church.
When we achieve the previous two values or wins, we have the privilege to help kids experience for themselves who God is, how He sees them, and how much He loves them through the gospel. We regularly tell kids that “God loves you no matter what.”