Forms & FAQ’s
NEW Children & Family RegistrationWe would love to have you and your family attend weekend services here at Visalia Naz Church. If you pre-register your children, it will definitely speed up your check in process when you arrive. Looking forward to meeting you and your family.
Child DedicationParent Commitment/Child Dedication is a time for parents to publicly commit to raise their child according to God’s word. Our next dedication is set for May 14th. If you are interested in dedicating your child, complete this Child Dedication form and we will be contact.
Volunteer with Naz KidsNaz Kids exists to assist families in nurturing children to be mature followers of Jesus, Our ministry volunteers are contagious, loving, growing followers of Jesus.
Please complete a Children’s Ministry Volunteer Application and we will be in touch with you within one week.
Child Protection PolicyEnsuring a safe environment begins long before Sunday or Wednesday services. Every applicant who wishes to serve in children’s ministry is required to go through a screening process and attend child protection training. View our Child Safety & Wellness Policy
Frequently Asked Questions
We want to make your visit with the Naz an enjoyable experience. Here are a few regular questions we get asked.
Yes! All of our children’s ministry workers are background checked & trained annually in child safety & abuse prevention policies. Each time you check-in your child, you will receive a unique code that matches your child’s name tag code. You must present this code in order to pick up your child.
Our nursery & preschool classrooms are peanut free. Every child’s name tag will alert the classroom teacher of any allergies.
Our children’s ministry volunteers are trained on emergency procedures. In the event that your child is ill or injured, your child’s code will be placed on the screen in the worship service and a staff member will attempt to contact you immediately. In the case of fire or other emergency, please follow the directions provided by a Naz staff member.
Why do 2nd-6th grade kids attend the music portion of the worship service with their families? Wouldn’t it be easier to just drop them off in their class at the beginning of service?
Yes, it would be easier. We place importance on families. Families worshiping together, serving together & growing together. We want your child to have the experience of worshiping together with the body of Christ.