King's Park Kids
We are passionate about kids knowing God, growing together, discovering purpose and making a difference.
Your kids will have a blast!
Committed to keeping kids safe.
We clean rooms before and after every service.
What to Expect on Your First Visit
When You Arrive
When you arrive, our team will happily show you the way to the children’s area. You’ll go to the check-in station where you can tell us a little about your family to help us serve you well. If you would like to make your check-in process smoother, you can sign up for our secure Kid-Check system in advance here.
How Things Work
Then, you and your child will both get a sticker with a matching code. If for any reason we need to reach you during the service, we will text you directly or you’ll see your child’s code on the screen in service. This sticker is also what you’ll use to pick up your child after the service.
Your child is important to us. On your first visit, we need the following personal information: parent/legal guardian names, children’s names and birthdates, address, phone number and any special instructions (allergies, special needs) for each child. This information is entered into our database to help maintain our secure check-in system. For returning families, please check in at one of the kiosks, receive the child’s tag and parent tag and then proceed to the Kids Hallway where they will find their class.
All King's Park Kids volunteers pass a background check and we have our own safety team to ensure your child’s safety. We use a security tag system for child check-in and pick-up and a text message paging system for parents/guardians in case we need to reach you during the worship experience.
Kristen grew up in Nashville, NC and gave her life to Christ at an early age. She was deeply involved in her church and community before moving away to attend UNC-CH where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and Sociology.
Upon graduation, Kristen began serving as a campus missionary with ENC at UNC, where she dated and eventually married her long-time friend, Ryan Robinson. They have three children. After serving the college campus for nearly 8 years, Kristen accepted her current role as the Kids Ministry Director and is passionate about seeing children encounter Jesus and make disciples.