Kids & Families

Park Church Family Ministry exists to empower parents to be the primary disciplers of their children. As our church is scattered we want to remind you that discipleship happens in the everyday things of life (Deuteronomy 6:4–9). This season of social distancing is allowing new opportunities to just that. We want you to know that you can do this. For many families, you are having to do new things or at least shift your daily rhythms. Instead of feeling overwhelmed or frustrated, use this as an opportunity to create a foundation of discipleship in the everyday things of life.

We have curated some resources we hope you find helpful. Use as many or as few of these resources and feel free to reach out if you have any questions!

Weekly Kids’ Sunday Worship

Story Time with Miss. Melanie

Running<br />Away


by Sally Lloyd Jones
& Jago

The Storm<br />That Stopped

The Storm
That Stopped

by Alison Mitchell &
Catalina Echeverri

God's Very<br />Good Idea

God's Very
Good Idea

by Trillia Newbell &
Catalina Echeverri

The Friend Who<br />Forgives

The Friend Who

by Dan Dewitt &
Catalina Echeverri

See all stories here!

Other Resources

Worshiping at Home with Kids

First of all, we know that this idea kind of crazy, so here are some thoughts to help!

How to Engage Sunday Worship at Home with Families



One of the best things you can do for your kid’s development is to read. We recommend having books all around your house so that you are more likely to read. Furthermore, having books that teach them truth is always a sweet win.

Digital Resources

Find online resources, media resources, and apps to use with your family. We categorized resources into family (a resource your family can engage in together), parent (a resource directed primarily for parents), and kids (a resource that your kids can engage in with minimal supervision).




Links are to Spotify

Activities & Education


Tap into this time to create meaningful memories through family activities.


There are some new opportunities to educate your children in some unique ways while your family is at home all together now. Remember that you can use these everyday moments to disciple your kids and point them to biblical truth.

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