CARING FOR KIDS AT LBC
Student Ministry Policies and Procedures
"LET THE LITTLE CHILDREN COME TO ME, AND DO NOT HINDER THEM, FOR THE KINGDOM OF GOD BELONGS TO SUCH AS THESE." - LUKE 18:16
Of all places, churches must be the safest and most trustworthy environments for children and youth. From our Caregiver Qualification Process to procedures that prevent anyone from having an opportunity to do harm to policies that protect children from exposure to food allergies, we strive to do all we can to make sure everyone in our care is safe.
The info and links below are provided to both parents/guardians and prospective caregivers.
Caregiver Qualification Process
All adult caregiver applicants (18 and older) must go through the process below in order to serve in either our Children's or Youth Ministries:
Complete the Student Ministries Interest Form (linked below near the bottom of the page).
Provide two personal references and submit to a background check. The background check is conducted by a third-party vendor (protectmyministry.com) who utilizes an online form to collect personal information used to confirm identity and checks records databases for any matches indicating a prior record of criminal activity or sexual abuse.
Sign a Personal Commitment Statement.
View Caregivers policy training videos and complete the associated quiz with a satisfactory grade (70%).
Attend a training session and begin shadowing for the ministry role for which they are applying.
View online training videos concerning potential abuse awareness and complete the associated quiz with a satisfactory grade (70%).
Click below to download a PDF copy of our current Student Ministry Policies and Procedures Handbook.Download
If you are interested in serving in either our Children's or Youth Ministries, please click below to fill out the interest form.I'm Interested