378 Main Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Sundays at 10:30am and Wednesdays at 7:30pm


Kids Kingdom


Jesus said “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” – Matthew 19:14

Our Mission

Children have a very special relationship with God. Our mission is to help that relationship grow deeper, nurturing children’s love for, and knowledge of, God and his kingdom. We strive to support the spiritual teaching that is provided at home, helping the children to better understand God’s Word and his plan for our salvation.

The Curriculum

The Kingdom Kids curriculum includes both preschool and school-age lessons.

Seeds of Faith takes the children from preschool through second grade. It introduces them to six exciting and dynamic learning centers: Bible Story; Life Application; Craft; Game; Scripture Memory and Bible Skills. This curriculum plan will take the children through both the Old and New Testaments with such units as: The Adventures of Moses; Creation; Young Heroes for God; and Obedience. Together with a Parent Letter for each unit, these lessons promise to help children relate biblical concepts to their everyday experiences.

Where Seeds of Faith ends, Generation: Next picks up. This curriculum begins with the third grade and continues through the preteen years, training each student to make godly choices. Using the Bible, students will explore God’s awesome creation, travel through the Red Sea, dig up evidences, cross over to the Promised Land and even peer into an empty tomb. These lessons allow the students to apply important Bible principles to their everyday lives.

Our Teachers

Our teachers must be members in good standing of the WCCC for at least six months prior to volunteering, and undergo a screening which includes a state background check. The teachers volunteer for a four month rotation during which they are in class on Sundays, and two Wednesdays per month. This helps establish a close bond with the children and their parents. It is also beneficial in maintaining consistent routines and expectations within the class. Finally, and most importantly, our teachers have great hearts for God and a sincere desire to help shepherd the children as they begin to develop their own relationship with God.