"LET THE LITTLE CHILDREN COME TO ME AND DO NOT HINDER THEM, FOR TO SUCH BELONGS THE KINGDOM OF GOD."  - JESUS

 

If you love building relationships with others and with Jesus, TrailKids is the place to be.

We aim to see children from birth to grade 5 come to know Jesus personally and develop a relationship with Him, in a fun and engaging environment.

We are always looking to grow our team with volunteers who catch that vision and have fun with it!

Serving in TrailKids

There are so many ways to serve in TrailKids! Some of these roles work directly with engaging and building relationships with children and parents while other roles are a bit more behind the scenes.

Interested, have questions, or want to start a conversation about what it would look like to serve in TrailKids?

Step 1: Get background check by sending your email address to kim@trailside.church.

Step 2: Read the policies and procedures. (see below)

Step 3: Pick the area and date you want to serve!

It's that easy!

Check-In/Out Attendant

Be the front lines of greeting our families and getting them registered/checked into the system for the morning before the kids head to their classrooms. Fill-in where necessary or if not needed, man the desk during service. At the end of service, you will be responsible for checking kids out & making sure they make it to their parents.

Nursery Attendant

Loving on babies, changing diapers, feeding and monitoring the safety of the babies during the church service. 

Toddler Attendant

Working with the toddlers through play, song, and dance while learning who Jesus is. Providing snack and potty breaks will also be a must!

Small Group Attendant
Work with the K4-2nd grade or grade 3-5 group!

A Small Group Leader  leads a Sunday morning small group for similar aged children. A more hands-on role with kids in classrooms, dividing ages of TrailKids from K4-2nd grade and for grades 3-5.

Key roles include reinforcing the Bible Story of the day, running games/activities/crafts to help children understand the Bible Story, and taking an interest in each child in your classroom, or around your table.

Curriculum is provided for both groups.