A safe place for kids to grow in their faith.

We are all about kids! We provide safe, clean, and fun environments as we teach from the Bible, sing songs, and participate in activities to connect kids to the lesson and each other. We are passionate about raising up a generation that knows and loves Jesus from a young age! Salem Lutheran Little Kids and Kids Church happen during both Worship Experiences. 
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age group

Age-specific lessons and care that helps your kids grow!

infants & new born

Kids is a place where infants receive the love of God through cuddles and playtime. Toddlers begin to discover who God is through engaging Bible stories, fun activities, songs, and prayer.
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Preschoolers and kindergartners have big energy and big emotions! Ckids is a place where they will have fun, sing songs, participate in crafts, and build relationships with each other.
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The Ckids worship experience is a bold space where kids learn about God’s plan for their life and what it means to live like a Christian. We connect every story to Christ and connect your children to community through small groups. They will engage in loud singing with our HYPE team, play fun games, and just may get prize attacked!
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Parent's day out

Sterchi Hills Parents’ Day Out

General Information

Mondays & Wednesdays
9:00 am – 2:00 pm
August – May
12months- 5 Years Old

Tuition and Fees

Registration: $75 (Non-Refundable)
Activity Fee: $75 (Annually)


parent resources

Growth Mindset

People with a growth mindset believe intelligence can be developed—like a muscle. Children with a growth mindset can exercise these muscles and learn to reframe challenges as opportunities to grow. This chart can help them focus on turning negative self-talk to positive phrases throughout their day and encourages your child to focus on what God thinks of them. Print it out and put it on the fridge or any place you and your child will see it regularly.

Preparing for the Unexpected

Parenting humans at any phase of life is filled with the unexpected. When kids are young, we can be surprised by a toddler who has learned to remove their own diaper . . . in public, or how artistically they can draw . . . on our kitchen walls. But as our kids get older, and the stakes get higher, sometimes the unexpected discoveries we make as parents may elicit fear, anger, or confusion as we try to guide our kid or teen toward a positive future.

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