Sunday Morning Services at 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM

Kumulani Keiki

Aloha Kumulani Keiki Ohana!

We are excited to announce our Kumulani Keiki Sunday School at DaBEACH and Oasis in now available at 10am service! Hallelujah! We want Sunday School to be as fun and welcoming as possible and look forward to seeing your smiling faces! (unfortunately you won’t see our smiles because we will be wearing masks…haha!)

With the new school year approaching…we will move kids to their new classrooms…so this is ALOHA to our 5th graders who will join their families in church and begin attending youth group on Wednesday Nights in August! We have LOVED learning about Jesus with you and know you will continue to grow in Wisdom as you follow after Jesus! Our outgoing Kindergarteners (entering 1st grade) will join the kids at the Oasis (1st-5th grade)!!!! Remember God made you, God loves you and Jesus wants to be your best friend forever! We are welcoming children 9m-Kindergarten at DaBEACH.

We will be implementing some additional safety and health guidelines as attached below. Kellie and I will be doing check in and taking temps outside of our facilities. (please check your child’s temp BEFORE coming to Sunday School, no fevers of 100.4+) No sick children will be admitted. Parents please wear face masks when dropping off your children and maintain 6’ distance.

Please talk with your children about the importance of hand washing (20 sec) and covering mouth/nose with tissue or elbow when sneezing or coughing. We will have soap, hand sanitizer, paper towels and tissue available as well as plenty of cleaning supplies. Volunteers will wear masks when possible. Masks are not required for children, but if you prefer you must provide a mask for your child that they can safely and reliably wear, remove and handle as needed.

Kids will be grouped by age/grade and remain in these small groups as much as possible with their Kumulani Keiki Volunteers. Water will be available, but we will not be providing snack at this time.

Please arrive before 10:15am, bring the signed guidelines and health screening paperwork (we will have copies available on Sunday as well) and get ready for some FUN times FOCUSING on Jesus!

“These are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God.” John 20:31

Parents, if you who are unable to join us in person at church, you can get the Bible story and parent info on the Parent Cue app on Sunday mornings. We are still offering HARVEST AT HOME Online Services every 2 hours all day Sunday starting at 5am.

Download Kumulani Keiki COVID-19 Guidelines
June 16, 2020

Cleaning and Sanitizing
❑ Prior to reopening, complete a thorough and detailed cleaning of entire facility. Clean and sanitize before Sunday, between groups and after Sunday School.

❑ Frequent hand washing is preferred over hand sanitizers for children, but use hand sanitizers if there is no access to running water.

❑ Ensure adequate supplies to minimize sharing of high touch materials to the extent possible (art supplies, equipment etc.) or limit use of supplies and equipment by one group of children at a time and clean and disinfect between use.

Physical Distancing
❑ Create groups of 10, by age/grade, up to 50 indoors and 100 outdoors.

❑ Volunteer staff will meet families/children outside the facility as they arrive, Parents will not be allowed inside facilities. (waiting families separate by six-feet as possible)

❑ We will not provide snacks at this time.

Health and Safety
❑ Conduct daily temperature checks and visual well checks for all children, staff and visitors upon entrance to the facility. Keep a log of temperature checks. CDC considers a person to have a fever when measured temperature is at least 100.4°F.

❑ All volunteers must wear face masks or shields as much as possible.

❑ All visitors (including parents) must wear masks when on site, including drop-off and pick- up of their children, and practice six-foot distancing from others who are not their children.

❑ Masks for kids is optional, parents must provide masks. Wearing of masks is appropriate only if the child can safely and reliably wear, remove, and handle the masks following CDC guidance throughout the day.

❑ Train all volunteers and children (as appropriate for their age) on the importance of frequent hand washing, proper sneezing/cough etiquette, the use of hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol content, and give clear instructions to avoid touching hands to face. Organize routine hand washing breaks and always wash hands before and after meals, indoor play, and outdoor play, and after using the restroom.