Kids Serve Dress Code Policy
During a typical class, a Kids Serve volunteer might play on the floor with a child, raise their hands during praise and worship, or have a runny nose wiped on their shoulder. Therefore, attire must be modest, comfortable, and durable. If you wonder if your clothing is inappropriate, err on the side of caution and don’t wear it. Footwear must be worn at all times (closed-toe shoes are highly recommended).
- Pants or jeans
- Shorts, skirts, and dresses that reach the knee (shorts must be worn under dresses or skirts)
- T-shirts (no offensive symbols or language)
- Tight-fitting sports attire—spandex, Lycra, or other body-hugging apparel
- Sweat suits or team uniforms
- Anything that shows too much skin (bare backs, halter tops, racerbacks, spaghetti straps, or mini-skirts)
THE BARE SKIN TEST
- Stand up in your outfit and raise your hands above your head; your stomach and back should still be covered.
- Reach down and touch your toes; your chest should still be covered, and your back area should still be covered without any underwear showing.