McKinney Kids

Kids that Make a Difference

Hero Central

Sundays | 9:00 & 10:30am

At McKinney Church we want to develop Christ-centered Kids who make a difference. As a result, we partner with parents by providing resources and creating environments which help build a foundation in our kids’ lives, which only comes through knowing Jesus. As a parent we know that you may have questions about what to expect. We have provided some answers below to some frequently asked questions. Please email Sandy for more information.

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Explosion 2018

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Explosion 2017

Save the date!
Agents in the Field:  A study of Psalm 23
June 25-29
Registration begins April 23 for volunteers and May 7 for campers

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do we go?

As you arrive our hospitality team will be glad to guide you to the children's check-in area on the North side of our campus. Once there a volunteer will get your kids checked in, answer your questions, and escort you to the right classrooms.

What will my child do?

McKinney Kids is designed specifically with your child in mind. We have created unique environments for our nursery, preschool, and elementary age groups, where your child's experience is tailored to their particular stage of development. We pride ourselves in creating safe and fun environments where our children have a blast learning about Jesus! Your child will experience crafts, games, videos, and Bible stories led by caring adults who love to share God's love in creative ways. You can find out more about our primary curriculum at

Will my child be safe?

The safety of your child is one of our primary concerns. All volunteers go through an application process which includes a background and reference check as well as safety training. Our check-in software also assigns you and your child a matching ID each week so that our drop off and pick up process is secure.

What if my child needs me?

If your child needs you during the services for any reason we will send a text to your cell phone.