Victory Kids

Victory Kids

Church in Franklin WI, Victory of the Lamb, Victory Kids

Victory Kids


During each service, Victory Kids offers you an opportunity to send your children into safe, age-appropriate environments where they’ll learn Bible stories through fun, engaging activities.  You’ll have peace knowing your kids are growing their faith and having fun while you build your faith in worship.

Victory Kids is offered during our Sunday 9:00am worship services. In order to allow us to maintain social distancing in each room, spots are limited for Victory Kids. Reservations required; please use the button below to reserve your spot.

Reserve Spots for Your Children in Victory Kids

Nursery (infants and 1-year-olds)
Toddler (ages 2-3)
Kindergarten (grades 4K-5K)
Elementary (grades 1-5)

Children’s Check-In

When you first arrive, stop by the Victory Kids check-in kiosks. A Victory Kids volunteer will meet your family, check your child in, and lead you and your child to their room. Plan to check in at least 10 minutes prior to the service to be sure your kids don’t miss any of the fun!

The first time your child checks in, we’ll ask for the following personal information: parent/guardian names, child’s name and birth date, address, cell phone number, and any special instructions (allergies, special needs, etc.) for your child.

You and your child will be given matching identification tags that are exclusive to your family and your visit. Your child will wear the name tag portion while you keep the matching security tag. After the service, you’ll return to your child’s room and show your tag in order for your child to be released back to you.

In the event that we need to contact you during the service, your child’s security code will appear on the lower part of the screen in the sanctuary. We ask that you exit and look for a Victory Kids volunteer who will direct you to your child’s room.

Nursing Mother’s Room

Victory of the Lamb offers a Nursing Nook, located in the women’s restroom just outside the worship space. It provides women with newborn babies a place to listen to the service in a more private and quiet environment.