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Met Kids provides an “Exciting” environment for kids to “Explore” the love of Jesus and develop an “Extreme” love for Him and others.

Service Times

Met Kids services are offered at all three of our main worship services: 
Saturday at 5:00pm
Sunday at 9:30am & 11:00am


Excite Ministry
(6 weeks – Preschool) 
Preschoolers are in a constant state of “wonder.” The Excite ministry is designed to leverage the “wonder” in a way that introduces kids to three “exciting” truths: God Made Me. God loves me. Jesus wants to be my best friend forever.

Explore Ministry
(Kindergarten – 2nd grade) 
Elementary students are in a constant state of discovery and seek to understand how and why things are. The Explore ministry is designed to leverage the “discovery” in a way that encourages kids to “explore” how and why God is through His Son, Jesus.

Extreme Ministry
(3rd grade – 5th grade) 
Preteens are in a constant state of “passion.” The Extreme ministry is designed to leverage the “passion” in a way that challenges kids to reflect the love of Jesus to the world that He loves. I can Trust God no matter what. I should treat others the way I want to be treated. I need to make the wise choice. These three basic truths are the building blocks for the Explore and Extreme ministries.

Special Needs Ministry

We desire to provide a safe, loving, Christ-centered environment for all kids with a variety of special needs including: physical, mental, emotional, and social. Our ministry approach is to assimilate kids with special needs into the most appropriate ministry environment based on their age and/or development whereupon a pastoral staff member will provide assistance in evaluating each child.  In select cases, a “buddy” volunteer will need to be appointed to the child for his/her continued involvement in Met Kids or Met Youth. A buddy provides one-on-one assistance and ministry guidance to a child during a weekend worship service at The Met. The availability and appointment of a buddy may vary and is not a guarantee as The Met relies almost exclusively on volunteers. If a buddy is required for a child and is available, then The Met will assign the buddy to the child. Otherwise, the family will be added to the “Buddy Waiting List.”

If you have a child that may benefit from the special needs ministry, then please contact us at to learn more about the next steps in the process.