Kidtropolis is the children’s ministry program here at Newport Mesa Church. We are focused on partnering with families by equipping and empowering parents to be the primary spiritual leaders of their children, while creating environments where kids discover God and experience the Holy Spirit!
Junior Bible Quiz is a weekly class offered during the 8:45 am service for all students – 1st through 6th grade. Teen Bible Quiz team is for middle and high school. The programs teach students about God, His Word, and salvation, through a quizzing program that is fun and exciting! To get your child involved, contact Marlene Melby. CLICK HERE for more information.
Boys (K-12th Grade) gather weekly for a Christian scouting program that is led by mature, trained leaders. Our focus is on learning about God, building relationships, and outdoor fun. Beyond our weekly meeting, there are many adventurous activities throughout the year. For more info on the Royal Rangers national program, CLICK HERE.
Girls (K-12th Grade) come together weekly for fun and outdoor adventure in a quest for God’s love, wisdom, and gifts. Our mission is to mentor and build confidence in young women through Christ-centered relationships, small group bible studies, development of life skills, and fun activities. For more info on the Brave Hearts program, CLICK HERE.
Boys and Girls (Entering Kindergarten) Rainbows meet Wednesday evenings in the Kindergarten Room. Children will have the opportunity to learn God’s Word in a fun, club-like atmosphere. Spots are limited! If you are interested in signing your child up for this program, please contact Eunice Pimentel at 714.966.0454 or email.
Sharon Noble | Kids and Family Ministries Pastor | firstname.lastname@example.org
Eunice Pimentel | Early Childhood Ministries Director | email@example.com
Malen Tolosa |Administrative Assistant for Families & Connecting | firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to keep your little ones happy and healthy! We adhere to strict guidelines in order to ensure good health for both our children and staff. We ask parents to keep their children at home or in adult church if they are showing signs of illness such as discolored mucus or fever.
All employees and volunteers are subjected to a mandatory screening process which includes a complete application, employment/personal references, an interview, background check, and mandatory training.