Hope Kids

Welcome to Hope Kids

Parents, the Word God says that you are the primary spiritual leaders in your kids’ lives. It’s our mission at Hope Kids to assist you in discipling your kids to know and love Jesus.

This page is here to help you see our vision, and to provide some resources that we believe will help you as you seek to lead your family at home. If you have any questions please reach out to our team at HopeKids@HopeOakville.ca. We are praying for you, we love you, and we hope to see you soon!

Hope Kids Classes

New to Hope Kids?

Please come to our Hope Kids Welcome Desk located in the church lobby and our team will be happy to help you check in your children and explain how it all works.

Who Can attend Hope Kids

  • Children from 4 weeks old to grade 5 are welcome.
  • Each school grade attends its own classroom.

Which Hope Kids Classes are Available?

  • All our classrooms from Nursery to Grade 5 are available during the 8:30 and 10:15 AM services.
  • During the 12 noon service, only our PreKindergarten to Grade 5 classrooms are open.

What Time Does Hope Kids Start?

Our teaching begins at the start of each service - 8:30 AM, 10:15 AM and 12:00 PM.  Therefore, we strongly recommend parents arrive 30 to 20 minutes prior to the start of the service so that their child is in the classroom on time and does not miss any of the worship and teaching.

Where Do I Go to Check In My Child?

If you have attended our church before and we have your child’s information in our database you are able to print off your child’s name tags and pick up tags by using the Self-Check-in stations which are available in the Hope Kids area. 

We have self-check-in stations in the mezzanine, toddler ramp area, and walkers’ classroom. Parents just need to type in their phone number and select their child’s name then click the check-in button located at the bottom right-hand corner.

Classroom Capacities

Our desire is to never turn a child away.  However, please note that each Hope Kids classroom has a child-to-worker ratio capacity set so when a classroom is full our Self-Check-in station will inform you and will not print a name tag.  Remember to come early to get your child checked in.

nursery aged child


Birth - Age 3

Our goal in this ministry is to help children and families understand that Jesus needs to be the foundation for life from their earliest days. Children will see the love of Christ gently modeled through our Hope Kids Volunteers who care for their needs by simply sharing God’s Word through the safe, fun environment in which they play and learn.

young children doing a craft

Early Childhood

Junior Kindergarten - Grade One

Children in our early childhood programs will discover what the Bible says is the bedrock of our beliefs as followers of Christ. Your child will learn, worship, and explore in small and large group settings through relevant, purposeful, and engaging activities.

grade school aged girl and boy

Grade School

Senior Kindergarten - Grade Two

Students in our grade school programs discover how and why they should build their lives on the Rock, Jesus Christ! Your child will learn about Jesus through the teaching of God’s Word, prayer, worship, and hands-on activities like games and crafts.


Every child is made in the Image of God. Our desire with this ministry is to provide quality care and Christ-like love and attention to children and youth who experience disability. Children will be given the opportunity to learn about Jesus through worship, prayer and teaching in large and small group settings. To register your child or find out more information, please email accessibility@hopeoakville.ca

Additional Resources for Hope Kids Families

With kids at home a little bit more than normal, we’ve put together some recommended content and resources to help equip you to lead your children.



Christian Heroes Series



Worship Music



Hope Kids Newsletter

This weekly newsletter highlights what your child is learning each weekend. It also provides a discussion prompt to help you connect with your child in conversation about what they are learning at church.

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