H Kids

At Harvest, we value children! We believe it is essential for them to be in church and around His Kingdom work. That’s why we put a lot of energy and effort into making sure your child has a great experience with us.

H Kids is for children in K5-4th grade. Services are planned and executed with your child in mind. It’s a fun, safe environment where your child will learn about Jesus, the Bible, and how to have an everyday relationship with Him.

Contact Us

Crystal Harsey
H Kids Director
Email: crystal.harsey@the-harvest.org


Service Times

Typically, H Kids meets anytime we have in-person services.

Sundays: 9:00 am & 10:30 am
First Wednesdays: 7:00 pm


Check-In & Security

H Kids is located in The KidZone. When you arrive, come in through the main entrance doors to the get to the KidZone. Walk up the steps in front of the cafe to check-in your child(ren), and then a guest services team member will walk your child(ren) to class.

You will receive a sticker for your child, and a Guardian sticker for yourself. You will need this to pick up your child after service. The stickers have matching numbers that will be displayed on the screen in the sanctuary if you are needed during service.

If it’s your first time, you will be given a brief introduction to the check-in system and safe pick up of your child. You will also be offered an explanation of our children’s ministries.

After you have attended Harvest a few times, you will be asked to fill out a short form with information about your child, then he/she will be put into our system.


What We Do

Once inside, we strive to provide an environment your child will feel at home and have fun. We have an arcade section for them to play games before and after service. During service, we will have a time of worship and then a lesson. After each lesson, we provide an activity that aims to drive home the lesson in way that is fun and interactive.

Throughout the year we also have different Bible challenges. Sometimes it's memorizing the books of the Bible, other times it's seeing who can read the most books of the Bible. The contests are a way to get the kids excited about earning prizes, while teaching them God's word.