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Adventure Express is for children entering Kindergarten through the 5th grade in the fall of 2021.
We will begin checking children in 30 minutes before the start of VBS each day. When the large group doors open, you may then take your child to their designated seating area and check-in with your child’s group leader.
T-shirts will be given out on the first day of Adventure Express.
Yes. You must come to pick your child up in their small group area in the worship center by the end of Adventure Express each day/evening. You must present your child’s claim ticket to their small group leader. You will then need to show your claim ticket AGAIN at the exit doors, so please keep your ticket with you. If you have designated someone else to pick up your child, they will need to have your child’s ticket. Pictures of tickets on smartphones will be accepted. Each day a new unique claim ticket will be issued upon check-in.
No, childcare will not be provided before or after VBS. However, childcare is available to all volunteers. Check your campus page for VBS times. Please be prompt when picking up your child.
Yes. Snacks will be served each day. A meal is not provided. If your child has a food allergy, please make sure to make to note on their registration form and notify their Small Group Leader when you check your child in each day.
During registration, you will be given the option to indicate that your child has a food allergy. We want to support your family with excellence at Adventure Express by providing allergy-safe foods for your child. A list of snacks is available at registration and with each Small Group Leader. We do our best to make sure all snacks are allergy-safe. If something is questionable, we will always have alternate snacks available (Lays Potato Chips, dye-free fruit snacks, etc.). If you would like to send a special snack for your child because of allergies, you may give it to their Small Group Leader each morning.
Please send your child’s EpiPen in a plastic zip-top bag with their first and last name and allergen written on it. You will need to check your EpiPen in with the nurse each day of Adventure Express. Please also notify your child’s Small Group Leader that an EpiPen has been dropped off.
Please send your child’s rescue inhaler (and spacer, if needed) in a plastic zip-top bag with their first and last name written on it. You will need to check your inhaler in with the staff each day of VBS. Please also notify your child’s Small Group Leader that an inhaler has been dropped off.
We can administer EpiPen or a rescue inhaler because these are life-saving medications.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to administer any over-the-counter or prescription medications during VBS.
At Church of the King, we are honored to provide an environment where special needs families can grow deeper in their relationship with God. We have a growing community of special needs families that worship and gather together on a regular basis here at Church of the King. Our desire is for these families and children to be able to experience the fun at Adventure Express. Please contact each campus for more information.