Welcome To Liv It Kids!

Liv It Church welcomes you and your little ones to Liv It Kids! Your children are precious to us! They will be cared for by loving and caring team members. All of our kids rooms are staffed by members who have been background checked and approved by our Pastoral Staff for ministry in this area. Our intent is to help teach your baby about the love and greatness of God on a level that is practical for him/her.


Liv It Babies provide a loving, clean, safe, and nurturing environment. This positive church experience introduces infants to a love for Jesus and His peaceful presence through a curriculum that is designed just for them. Liv It Babies use songs, story books, and illustrations to teach the babies God’s Word in bite-size bits.


Liv It Kids includes multi-media relevant tools, group games, and activities that are specifically suited to their age level and interests. Through teaching, and fun activities-your child can discover and develop a passion for God that will challenge them to grow in their relationship with Him. The Word of God comes alive to these kids with the help of an amazing team of adult & youth Frontline Team members.


Throughout the New Testament, the Bible talks about baptism as an outward expression of an inner decision made to follow Jesus. In the Bible, we see that Jesus’ parents dedicated Him to the Lord (Luke 2:22-40), then He was later baptized as an adult (Matthew 3:16-17).

No one has greater potential to impact a child’s spiritual development than their parents. Proverbs 22:6 says: “Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

At Liv It Church, the dedication ceremony is intended to be a commitment between parents and God on behalf of their child. Parents are promising to raise their children in the faith until they are old enough to make their own personal decision to follow Christ.


We are excited that you are considering baptism for your child. Our hope is that through Liv It Kids your child will discover who Jesus is and develop a personal relationship with Him.

We advise parents to wait until their child is asking to be water baptized. This is usually a good indicator that they are ready and understand the significance of this spiritual milestone. While children under the age of seven can have a relationship with Jesus, they will not necessarily remember or understand the significance of water baptism, so we encourage parents to wait for baptisms until they are a little older.