EVC Kids Online

We know a lot of things are different right now for you and your family, and we know your kids feel that too! That is why our children's ministry is committed to helping kids grow, learn, have fun and feel safe during this time. We are putting out regular videos to engage with kids while they can't be at EVC, and to help parents be the primary disciplers of their children. 

EVC Kids YouTube Channel

EVC Kids Facebook Page

PreSchool Ministry


There are three divisions in preschool, each designed to meet your child's developmental needs:

Infant/Crawlers, Room 110 (From birth to 23 months): Plenty of rocking chairs and attention! We recommend parents pack a diaper bag and bottle/cup, each with their child's name. 

Toddlers, Room 112 (Ages 2-3):
Our toddlers begin hearing simple bible lessons through music, coloring pages and plenty of time to play and grow. Animal crackers and water are provided as a snack.

Preschoolers, Room 114 (Ages 4-5):
The 4-5 year old kids learn a Bible story using the Elevate Jr. curriculum. Children begin to learn about the love of Jesus through fun videos, games, crafts, and music. Animal crackers and water are provided as a snack.

EVC Playtime

EVC Playtime is a playgroup style gathering for preschool age children and their parents that meets from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. every Thursday. This time is aimed at parents connecting with one another and finding time for their children to socialize with other kids their age. EVC Playtime is not childcare, parents are to stay with their children throughout the time and enjoy fellowship with other parents while providing a safe indoor environment for their children to play. 

For more information on EVC Playtime, contact our church offices at info@eaglesviewchurch.org or 817-847-5400

Child Wellness POlicy

If your child is ill, they should not join their Sunday morning class. Here are some common signs of illness:

  • Fever (100.5 or higher according to the American Academy of Pediatrics)
  • Diarrhea
  • Persistent runny nose with substantial discharge
  • Lethargy
  • Hacking or wet-sounding cough