Welcome - A letter from our Kid's Minister, Shonda Kooser

South Rock Kids Ministry is filled with friends and fun while finding God's plan for each of us!  At South Rock Christian Church it is our great privilege to come together as God has called us to...as church and families working with one another to raise up children in a relationship with Christ for His glory and honor!


There are many fun and exciting activities that take place every Sunday morning and throughout each week kids and families connect to a body of believers and most importantly grow in knowledge and experience through God's Word!


South Rock Kids Ministry (SR Kids) has a place for you!  Just us, as we live, learn, and love in ways for our children to grow in Christ!




Kid's Minister - Shonda Kooser

Email: shondak@southrockchristian.com




Nursery, Preschool Class & Elementary Class



Sunday School for 2 year olds - Preschool & Kindergarten - 1st Grade

Kids Church for 2nd - 5th Graders



Nursery for birth-23 months

Sunday School for 2 year olds-Preschool, 2nd-5th graders (Underground)

Kids Church for Kindergarten-1st Graders



A place to listen and view the sermon on a TV while having an area for parents and their young children

together. This room is connected to a private room for nursing moms as well.



If you are a new family to SRCC, you can streamline your check in process for Kids Ministry by completing the following New Family Visitor’s Form. Just print off the page, and give your completed form to the volunteers at the Kids Ministry Welcome Table. The Welcome Team will assist you from there.


Map of Classrooms

Volunteer Team

God wants you to serve Him.  Maybe it's through working with kids!

Say you are willing to serve, and consider...  there a lot of ways to help out in the Kids Ministry!


Most adults say they never anticipated growing as much as they do each week while sharing God's Word with kids.  WE LOVE OUR VOLUNTEERS!!!  Once a month, month on/month off, school year only, summer only, various events... Saturday service or Sunday mornings... how and where will God use you for the sake of the next generation?!!  

Read through the Role Descriptions and see how YOU might connect!


Are you interested in becoming an SRCC Kids Ministry Volunteer?
Step- by- Step Instructions:

Step 1: EXPRESS Interest in Serving
Complete a “Serve in” South Rock Kids Ministry Form (online form or half sheet in person)

Plan to attend the next regularly scheduled Volunteer Training

Step 2: ATTEND Volunteer Training
Meet with Kids Min Staff and other volunteers for training and various procedures discussions
Overview of SR Kids focus, mission, and expectations
Participate in Kid Min Team Fellowship

Receive role specific training (if applicable to your potential volunteer position)

Step 3: COMPLETE Paperwork
If you are 18 years of age or older, you will be required to complete a background check. You can either complete a paper copy of the consent form, use the link on the website, or you we can send the request to you through your email

Read the Volunteer Handbook and complete the acknowledgement & agreement

 Step 4: CONNECT in a Volunteer Interview 

You will be contacted to schedule this interview 

Share your story, hear our story 

Answer questions, so we can get to know you better 

Talk about placement and scheduling 

Ask questions, so you can understand SR Kids focus, mission, and expectations 

Step 5: EXPERIENCE Role in various areas/times 

You will be assigned to assist a lead teacher in the role or roles in the areas and service times which you are interested to experience and consider for placement 

Step 6: RECEIVE Role Specific Training 

Meet with Kids Min Staff Member or Volunteer to review Policy and Procedure Handbook 

Be shown role specific details, resources, and how to check yourself in at volunteer check in computer 

Be shown Planning Center details. 

How to receive and review weekly curriculum (if applicable) 

Step 7: Get started in your volunteer position and receive/share feedback! 

Be added to the schedule to regularly serve 

Communications with Kids Min Staff to check in with you and find out how things are going, ask questions, share concerns 


SR KIDS Constant Connections

Follow...  Like... Add photos... comment...

Find out all the latest information on social media!

Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram- South Rock KIDS


Be sure to pick  up a monthly Family Devotional Booklet from the KIDS Welcome Table... contains the bible stories taught each week with questions and scripture to review as a family!!


Email Shonda to receive the  "Kids Ministry Matters" delivered to your email box with all the latest details! 



Family Media Resource Reviews - March/April 2020


MOVIE-  Trolls World Tour

Genre:: Animation, Adventure, Comedy

Rating: PG

Cast: Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, Mary J. Blige, James Corden, Kelly Clarkson

Synopsis: In this sequel to the 2016 hit, Poppy and Branch learn about—and visit—other Troll tribes, each of which specializes in a certain musical genre. The Trolls band together to stop Queen Barb from destroying all types of music except her favorite, rock.

Our Take: With its message of artistic diversity, this film lets viewers know it’s okay to have certain likes and dislikes. Although some musical styles are stereotyped, the movie can lead to discussions about song preferences, lyric choices, and even worship styles.

MOVIE-  I Still Believe

Genre:: Drama, Music, Romance

Rating: PG

Cast: K.J. Apa, Britt Robertson, Gary Sinise, Shania Twain

Synopsis: This biopic from the creators of I Can Only Imagine tells the true story of Jeremy Camp, a young Christian music star whose first wife died of cancer. Riverdale’s Apa stars as Camp, whose powerful experiences with love and loss reveal God’s faithfulness amid tragedy.

Our Take: For older children, preteens, and parents, this film will serve as a powerful reminder to trust God during tough times. Camp, whose hit single “I Still Believe” resulted from his personal struggles, says this movie “shows hope in the midst of pain.”


Title: Lego Masters

Author: Fox

Synopsis: In this new twist on reality-show competitions, Lego fanatics race to build intricate creations to impress judges. Although contestants are adults, young viewers will be drawn to the TV series to see how the design challenges turn out. Based on preview clips, host Will Arnett injects snark and sass into his commentary.

Our Take: This appears to be a family-friendly series, and, as a bonus, each episode stands alone well. Use it to spark discussions about creativity, risk-taking, and even deadline pressure. Ask kids how they’d approach each challenge. Then have fun together with your own building blocks.


Title: New Kid

Author: Jerry Craft

Synopsis: This middle-grade book, the first graphic novel to win the Newbery Medal, tells the story of Jordan Banks, a black seventh-grader who loves to draw cartoons. When he’s sent to a mostly white private school, Jordan faces a variety of challenges as he tries to fit in. His sketches reveal the tensions of moving between two distinct places and cultures.

Our Take: Kids ages 8 to 12 will enjoy this funny yet thoughtful book, putting themselves in Jordan’s shoes. In addition to racism, the storyline tackles the universal highs and lows of middle school. The graphic-novel format is ideal for reluctant readers.

Games, Sites & Apps

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

The franchise’s first title for Nintendo Switch heads to a vacation setting. Players get to customize a deserted island, build a dream home, and meet all kinds of new friends. Rewards for completing milestones come in the form of Nook Miles. Rated E for Everyone.

Be Calm on Ahway Island

These calm, kid-friendly stories teach emotional regulation and self-soothing. Weekly episodes, which strive to be inclusive, are ideal for bedtime. Some may balk at the mention of meditation, but the fun exercises (such as taking “dragon breaths”) build helpful life skills.

Biba Playground Games

Outdoor play equipment becomes the site for children’s real-life “missions,” thanks to this free mobile app. By scanning augmented-reality tags in one of 5,000+ parks, players can blend digital and physical play. Reviewers say this app is a great way to get kids moving.

Cirlce Round

The 10- to 20-minute episodes of this podcast feature kid-friendly folktales from around the world. They address values such as kindness, persistence, and generosity. Suggested activities encourage family discussions afterward. The podcast is geared toward story-lovers ages 4 to 10.

The Little Line

With this iPhone and iPad app, children can draw illustrations for an adventure story about a little boy. They also can erase anything they don’t like, such as scary monsters. The app, based on Serge Bloch’s children’s book The Big Adventure of a Little Line, is best for kids ages 4 and up.


This colorful, bouncy “goof around” game for PlayStation4 is filled with silly, childlike wonder—but also is a bit simplistic, according to reviewers. The player is a green-cubed mayor, making friends and spreading joy. Rated E10+, this game has mild crude humor such as “poop” shapes.

These suggestions brought to you by Parenting Christian Kids, Group Publishing, are designed to help educate parents and aren't meant to endorse any movie, music, or product. Our goal is to help you make informed decisions about what your children watch, read, listen to, and play.