A Jamboree is a party, celebration, or gathering with a large number of people, a lot of excitement and tons of fun.  That’s exactly what Kids’ JAMboree is – a party with a purpose!  It is a safe and inviting environment where kids can have fun finding Jesus and learning how to follow Him – Forever!
Kids’ JAMboree is a ministry for families with children from birth to 6th grade. We meet during both the 8:30 and 10:30 worship services on Sunday mornings and have a GREAT group of volunteers who make Kids’ JAMboree a blast for the kids as they learn about Jesus.  

Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..."

Matthew 19:14

OUR purpose

Our goal is to make Kids’ JAMboree a highlight for your kiddo’s week!  We have different classrooms with age-appropriate stories, activities, crafts and games to help make that happen.

When You arrive


Registration opens 20 minutes before each service begins and is fast and easy.
If it’s your first time, our JAMboree Team members will help you check your kids in and make sure they are squared away. Since safety is one of our top priorities at Cowboy Church of Brenham, all kids receive a specialized name tag that matches their adult to ensure safety during the pick-up process when the service is over.
In order to best take care of your children, our system allows you to note allergies or any other information we might need to best care for your child.


After signing in and printing safety tags, attach your kid(s) name tag to their shirt and hold on to your tag.  (It’s your claim check!) Then take your kid or kids to their age-graded classroom where they will be greeted at the door by a Kids’ JAMboree leader and will be encouraged to jump into the fun!


Relax and enjoy the service, knowing that your kids are safe and having fun finding Jesus and learning how to follow Him forever!


After the service, return to the classroom(s) where you dropped of your kid(s).  Show your security tag to the JAMboree leader at the door who will match your tag with your kid’s tag.  Kids are released only to the person with the matching security sticker, even if we know both the parent and the child.