Welcome to ImagoKids!

At Imago Dei we believe that children are an essential part of the body of Christ, and that they, together with the whole body, hear from God as they come to know Jesus.

ImagoKids is a safe and engaging worship experience that allows our young members to learn about the Father’s love, to come to know Jesus as their Lord and provide them the space to hear from Him through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.

We hope that you will come ready to hear the voice of the Good Shepherd with us!

- Mother Piper Runnion-Bareford, Assistant Pastor

Lay Catechists of Imago Dei

Each of our amazing Lay Catechists has received training on how to lead your children through Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.

Children's Safety

At Imago Kids we are dedicated to doing everything we can to keep our children safe. We believe that protecting our children and modeling for them the way of Jesus is of primary importance to their growth and development. Each of our catechists and nursery volunteers work in pairs and practice safe classroom protocol as well as undergoing a background check and training.

We use a registration and check-in system to help ensure the safety of your child.  Please sign your children in when you arrive at Imago, where they will receive a name tag and security code.  You, as the parent or guardian, will also receive a matching security tag.

Nursery: Ages 0-3

Our staff loves spending time with your little ones as they know they are ministering to some of our most important members!   

Atrium I & Atrium II: Children ages 4-10

Here at ImagoKids we use an approach to Christian formation called Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS).  We meet in a specially prepared space called the “Atrium,” where teachers and students alike come together to hear the voice of the Good Shepherd through multi-sensory Scripture presentations, contemplative work and times of prayer.


Learning to Serve: Children 10+

Older children and young teens attend Sunday liturgy with their families in the Sanctuary, and we invite them to learn roles within the liturgy itself by serving as acolytes in worship.