For infants through 5th graders
Check in starts 15 minutes before each gathering.
Learn & Grow
Soul City Kids is a fun and safe environment for kids to learn and grow in their relationship with God. Leaders are loving and intentional about partnering with families to make the greatest impact in a child’s life.
Transformation is just as important for kids as they learn and grow. We want what they learn on Sundays to affect how they live the rest of the week. Each gathering, Soul City Kids will learn the stories of the Bible through:
Soul City Kids Camp is a multi-week summer camp for kids ages 3 years – 8th grade.
Club 45 is a Sunday experience designed specifically for 4th and 5th graders.
Meet in Room 101
Fourth and fifth graders are in a unique season of life; they’re not little kids anymore, but they’re also not quite teenagers. They still like to have fun and be silly, but they also like challenge and thinking for themselves. This is why Club 45 exists – to give 4th and 5th graders the space they need to explore the Bible and discover God on their own.
Family Dedication is a moment that marks a decision in the lives of families. It is not just about one day, but about a choice to raise children in the ways of God that guides them for a lifetime.
Family Dedication FAQ
Can any family participate in Family Dedication at Soul City?
We believe that parents play a huge role in modeling for their children what it means to love and follow Christ. So we celebrate when parents decide that they want to partner with Soul City Church in raising their child to love and follow Jesus. If your household has been actively involved in the life of Soul City Church, then Family Dedication may be a good next step for you. Ultimately, a Family Dedication celebration will be more meaningful if Soul City feels like home and if you are fully invested in what God is doing here. (ex: you are in a transforming relationship with Jesus, are connected in community through a small group, serving on a volunteer team & giving consistently to the mission of the Church)
Is Family Dedication the same thing as a traditional infant baptism?
No, Family Dedication is not a sacrament. It does not impart salvation to a child. We believe that salvation comes only when one makes a choice from their own heart to invite Jesus into their life, to forgive their sins, and lead their life. Family Dedication is a celebration of the parents’ choice to raise their child in the ways of God and to partner with the Church. Once a child is old enough to understand and make this decision on their own, we celebrate and walk them through a process to prepare for baptism.