In Kid’s Explosion at Eastwood we guide kids K-5th grade to develop a faith of their own through Bible Study, Worship and Relationships.  We use a curriculum that encourages kids to “treat others the way they want to be treated,” “make wise choices,” and “know they can trust God no matter what.” Each month we focus on a different virtue and examine what the Bible has to say about that virtue. Throughout the week we offer several opportunities for kids to worship, study God’s Word and build relationships. K-5th grades meet for Family Life Groups at 9:45 a.m. on Sundays and for Kid’s Explosion Worship on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8 p.m. We also offer Kid’s Worship for kids K-3rd grades during both Sunday morning Worship Services.

If you are new to Eastwood you can pre-register your child by filling out the following form and this ensures we have them in our system and there is no wait time of getting them set up.

The Children’s Choir (Kindergarten-Grade 5) –  The Children’s Choir has a great time on Sunday night. The choir meets at 6 PM- 7:30 PM on Sunday nights upstairs in Building C. They rehearse music, learn to read music, and have an assortment of fun activities each week.  They sing several times a year in our worship services and have special musical events. *Children’s Choir does not meet year round. Please contact Susan Brown for more details.



July 14-17
Texas Women’s University, Denton, TX


Camp KidJam such an exciting time and is designed to provide a fun experience for kids, unique leader training to develop adult leaders and to elevate the significance of Small Groups for children. If you are signed up to attend Camp Kidjam please fill out the health forms using the attached link:

2020 Camp KidJam Health Form

Just a few quick tips:
– make sure the files to be uploaded for the insurance cards have the attendees name as the file name – in order to locate them quickly if needed
EVERYONE needs to have a separate form – all campers and all leaders
– we do NOT require you to have insurance but we do recommend it – most states will offer some form of short term insurance coverage for the week

Health forms and final payments are due May 31.