Children & Youth Ministries

Child Care
We offer Childcare for infants – 2 years old during the Sunday 10am service. Our 5:30pm service is child-friendly and you are welcome to bring your whole family to the service.

Sunday School Classes
Each Sunday, we offer Sunday School for children ages 2 years - High School during the 10am worship service. The 2–3 year olds go directly to the classroom. The 4 year olds – 12th graders join their parents for the beginning part of the service and will be dismissed after the Children’s message for Sunday School. Parents pick their children up from their Sunday School classrooms after church. If you have any questions, please contact the church office at 818-763-8218 or either of of the following: Christi Anderson, Director of Children's Ministries at or Justin Floyd, Director of Youth Ministries at

Youth Groups
The youth groups are an important part of the life of First Christian Church of North Hollywood. Our goal is to provide a place for young people to come and feel accepted for who they are as children of God. In addition to regular meetings, the Youth attend camps together and serve the community through various mission activities. They also participate in the life of the greater church, serving as deacons and even leading us in worship on Youth Sundays. They raise funds for outreach activities and host social events as well.

Chi Rho
The group is open to all middle-school aged youth in grades 6th - 8th. They meet from 5:30-8pm on the same Friday nights as Friday Night Life in the Youth Hut for fun, prayer, and fellowship. The emphasis is on laying groundwork of faith and friendship that our young people can build on in the years ahead.

For more information, please contact Justin Floyd, Director of Youth Ministries, through the office, at or at (817) 366-5196. It's a Texas number because it was easier to keep.

Christian Youth Fellowship (CYF)
The group is open to all young people in grades 9th - 12th. They meet Sunday nights in the Youth Hut between 5:30-7:30pm for fellowship, study and various fun activities. Mission work and service to the community are also an integral part of the CYF experience.

For more information, please contact Justin Floyd, Director of Youth Ministries, through the office, at or at (817) 366-5196. It's a Texas number because that was easier to keep.

Friday Night Life
This is a bi-weekly parent’s night out for children who are potty trained – 8th grade. Kids in diapers are welcome to attend with their parents. We meet in the Annex or Social Hall (depending on availability) and have dinner, play in the playground, and then enjoy entertainment or a movie. All kids will eat together and then the Tweens (4th and 5th grade) meet in the Youth Hut and watch a separate movie while the others stay and watch in the Annex/Social Hall. Younger kids are welcome to wear pajamas and bring a sleeping bag for a sleepover effect. 5:30pm to 8:00pm. The program is staffed by the Director of Children’s Ministries and a rotation of parent volunteers. There is a $5 donation per child to help cover the cost of food and entertainment, but please don't let lack of funds prevent your child from attending! Please see the calendar for upcoming dates or contact Christi Anderson, Director of Children's Ministries at for more information.


Children’s Choir
This choir is for children in Kindergarten – 5th Grade. They meet Sunday mornings from 9am – 9:50am before Church/Sunday School from September to mid June. During the Children’s Choir season they will sing three to four times at church services, the Christmas Pageant, and the Spring Concert. This program develops confidence in singing and offers a personal expression of faith in God for Children.
For more information, please contact Ty Parr, Director of Children's Choir by contacting the office or email 

Youth Choir
This choir is for youth in grades 6th – 12th. They meet Sunday afternoons from 12 noon – 12:50pm from September to mid June. During the Youth Choir season they will participate in church services as well as field trip performances. This program offers experience and confidence in singing, performance, harmony, music reading, and nurtures a community spirit for youth built upon faith in God.

For more information, please contact Josh Elson, Director of Music by contacting the office or email at

Children’s Summer Fellowship
Every summer our campus is alive with spirited explorations for youngsters. Camp has never been more expanding, uplifting... or FUN! We know you will want to consider our fun, wholesome, and affordable opportunities for your children!

Click HERE for more of our Summer 2014 registration information!

Dance-Fit Camp
This half-day program from 9am to 12:30pm is a high energy, fast-paced, fun adventure in fitness, nutrition and dance. The children will get to participate in bootcamp class, play tug of war, hula hoop, jump rope and many other fitness activities. They’ll get to experience different genres of dance, such as musical theatre, hip hop and ballet. And they will get a nutrition lesson while having a healthy snack. All of the classes are led by moms who are tops in the field of dance, fitness and nutrition. This camp is open to Kindergarteners - 6th Grade

Theatre Boot Camp
This is a one-week intense half-day theatre workshop between 9am- 2pm. The children are involved in every part of producing the play. They help build and create the set, props and costumes. The workshop ends with a performance on Saturday night. This camp is open to Grades 3-6.

Art Camp
This half-day program from 9am to 2pm is a fun-filled one-week learning experience. Participants will learn about color, value, form, line vs. shape, and perspective. We will use a large variety of media and styles, including photography. The goal is to open up an avenue of creativity for each child, improving skills and introducing new ones. This camp is open to Grades 3-12.

MUSIC CAMP (3 camps based on ages: Babies up to 8th Grade)

"Share the Spirit" Music Camp (Kindergarteners thru 8th Grade)
Music is the language of the spirit, and we "Share the Spirit" at this Music Camp, now the 12th year for this community event. Children are exposed to and can choose from a variety of instruments and music experiences -  violin, guitar, cello, keyboard, recorder, percussion, clarinet and flute, garage band, dance, music games, songwriting and an all-camp choir. The week ends with a celebratory demonstration of the week's experiences to be shared with family and friends. Each camp day begins with a guest musical performance, then includes four classes, recess/snack and a choir session for every participant. Life-changing!

Music Adventure Preschool Camp (Preschoolers ages 3-5/not entering Kindergarten) (Toilet-trained)
An engaging fun-filled class of Drumming, Singing, Movement, Story-Telling, Instrument and Dramatic Play using an age appropriate curriculum. Families are invited to attend the special morning musical performances in the Sanctuary from 9am - 9:30am.

Family & Me Music for Babies to Age 3 along with their Parent/Caregiver
Based on the early childhood music curriculum taught by Valley Cat Music, the class includes singing, fingerplays & chants, dance/movement, and instrument/prop play. Families are invited to attend the special morning musical performances in the Sanctuary from 9am – 9:30am.

Vacation Bible School
This is a half-day program from 9am-12:30pm. VBS utilizes music, theatre, and dance as well as arts, crafts and baking to teach the lessons of the Bible. By approaching the Bible with hands on, interactive style, children learn lessons they will carry with them through life. This camp is open to grades Pre-K - 6th Grade.

Photography Camp
This is a half-day program from 9am-12:30pm. Photography Camp is an opportunity for participants, 3rd - 12th grade, to learn the basics of digital photography through daily demonstrations and hands-on sessions where they will learn the basics of camera operation, composition, lighting and seeing with an artistic eye. Each day they will shoot photos around the church campus using the information they have been presented. 

Loch Leven
Loch Leven Christian Camp and Conference Center is sponsored by the Pacific Southwest Region of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ.) It is located in the San Bernardino National Forest, above Mentone, Ca. Each year we encourage the children and youth from our church to attend summer camp, along with hundreds of other Christian youth from Southern California and Nevada. For over 50 years Loch Leven has been helping our youth build relationships with Jesus Christ, creating opportunities to develop leadership skills, and bonding with others who share a love for God and the outdoors. For more information about Loch Leven please go to their website.

Family Corner
Sunday School Scoop: Welcome to our section for our Sunday School families! Keep up to date with what the children are learning in Sunday School, special events, weekly devotional and inspiring stories for parent and children alike.

Christian Nursery School
For 60 years, Christian Nursery School (CNS) has given children a warm, supportive and nurturing environment in which they are encouraged to learn new skills, explore their world and make their first school friends. They are located on the campus of FCCNH.