Eagle Brook Church - Kid-O-Deo


Kids Ministries Volunteers

Keep Your Family Connected at Home

Since we’re all at home this weekend, we wanted to give you the chance to have church with your kids! We've created a guide with questions and activities to help your kids learn more about God, right from your home.

Access the Family discussion Guide



Safety & Security

We go to great lengths to make sure your child is safe with us. Every weekend at Kids Check-In, your family is assigned a random, three-digit alpha-numeric code that is on the child’s name tag and your security tag. This same code will be displayed in the auditorium in the event that your child needs you. You will use your security tag to pick up your child in Kid-O-Deo after the service.

Your child is joined by incredible volunteers who want to ensure that each boy and girl has a fantastic experience in Kid-O-Deo. All of our volunteers have been trained and screened with background checks to verify their level of quality and character.

Well-Child Policy
We want all of our kids to remain healthy and happy, so we ask that kids be kept at home with any of the following symptoms and/or illnesses: fever, active chicken pox, runny nose, measles, questionable rashes, mumps, coughing, conjunctivitis (pink eye), diarrhea, fifths disease, impetigo, sore throat, vomiting.

If a child is being treated with antibiotics, he/she should be on the drug for at least 24 hours before coming to Kid-O-Deo.

If a child has a continually clear runny nose or rash due to non-contagious allergies, please let us know.

Kids Care

Kids Care supports kids with disabilities and additional needs ages birth-grade 5 so that they and their grown-ups can attend church and know Jesus! 

We provide caring, trained volunteers who serve alongside your child. They get to know their unique strengths, giftings, and needs, making their time at church a success. If you feel your child would benefit from additional support, check out our Kids Care page to learn more.

Additional Resources

We believe that what you do at home is far more influential than what we do once a week in Kid-O-Deo. Here are a few tools to help your child grow in their faith every day.