Aletheia Kids

Aletheia Kids

Welcome Families!

We know that taking your whole family to a new church can be daunting. So we want to extend a welcome to you and thank you for checking out Aletheia Kids. Serving kids from 6 months to the 5th grade, Aletheia Kids is designed to engage your kids with the gospel of Jesus, and partner with you so that we—the church and families—can train the next generation.

We know how important it is to make sure your kids are safe and having a good time, so if you have any other questions about Aletheia Kids, don’t hesitate to contact us.

For First Timers

Our full Aletheia Kids experience is available at our 9am service at our Cambridge location and 10am at our Providence location, so you can either check your kids into Aletheia Kids or bring them into the service with you. After the worship portion of the service, we’ll have a meet and greet time during which you’ll have an opportunity to bring your children to their classrooms in time for the teaching.

As a security measure, we ask every first-time parent to fill out a registration form so we can make sure we know you, your kids, and any needs your child may have. 

All About Jesus

We believe creating this fun environment for kids will help children learn to love and follow Jesus. We use games, crafts, video lessons, props, and creative stories to communicate the message. We think it’s okay to have a good time at church!

We don’t want to simply entertain children; we want children to learn about Jesus. Lessons about Christ and the Bible will be age appropriate and will help them understand God’s love and plan for their life.

Age Groups


6 weeks–8 years


Nursery (6 weeks–3 years)
Preschool (3–5 year-olds)
Grades K–1
Grades 2–3
Grades 4–5


Nursery (6 weeks–3 years)
Aletheia Big Kids (4–10 year-olds)

Babies (6 weeks–18 months)
Minis (19 months–PreK)
Bigs (K–5th grade)


We want children to be safe and parents to rest assured that their child is well cared for while they're in the service. We obtain background checks on every volunteer and there are always two adults with children at all times.

If you have any questions about safety, or if you need any special assistance for special needs children, please don’t hesitate to contact us at