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Kids of all ages are welcome to join our online interactive experiences as they have fun while learning about the Gospel and learning to live a life more like Jesus!

Kingdom Quest Kahoot


Parents are encouraged to engage with their children as they experience the weekly Kingdom Quest lesson using the virtual app Kahoot. Children will hear the weekly Bible lesson and experience God’s word through songs, videos and games.

Online Kids Interactive Experience is On Demand (ON HIATUS)

Online Kids Interactive Experience is On Demand (ON HIATUS)

Family Virtual Small Group Meetings Are Coming!

Trinity Downtown's new Director of Youth and Children's Ministries, Haley Davisson, will begin serving on Monday, September 21st. Our families are asked to be on the lookout for small group virtual activities that will allow Haley to get to know our children, our youth, and our families. If you have any questions about these upcoming meetings, email Matt Meier at by clicking the button below.


Kingdom Quest from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. on Sundays for children.

Kingdom Quest is a Sunday experience engineered with your child in mind.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Developmentally appropriate age groups. Children are divided into to four age groups: Ages 2 and 3; Ages 4, 5, and kindergarten; Grades 1 through 4.
  • Jesus-centered. The content is centered around the teachings of Jesus through the perspective of the Bible. Students will see the Bible come alive in front of them and interact with many Bible characters on a weekly basis!
  • Learning with fun. The lessons integrate active learning methods utilizing multiple senses. Each lesson is especially curated with the most recent developmental research so as to help students learn with imagination, discovery, and personal experience.
  • Building up with relationships. The teachers are not responsible for all the teaching. Key research data points to children needing at least 5 adults investing in their lives consistently to become healthy emerging adults. A large group presenter teaches the Bible event in a creative way, while the teachers intentionally build relationships with the students, investing in them!
  • Connecting with parents. Kids also bring home sheets called “God Talk at Home.” Use these for family devotions or even one-on-one time with your child to talk about each weeks lesson and to help keep track of what your children are learning.