Nursery
Infant Nursery
Our well-baby program provides a nurturing and peaceful environment for babies who are not yet steady walkers. Nursing mothers may nurse in the Infant Nursery while enjoying the worship service via telecast during our Sunday morning services.  

Infant Nursery is combined with Toddler Nursery during our 8:30AM Sunday worship service and on Wednesday evenings.


Toddler  Nursery
Toddlers are cared for in a safe, child-friendly, peanut-free environment. Nursery care is available during ALL service times.

For more information on Nursery and Nursery ministry opportunities, please contact 
Pastors Steve and Caren Petfield, Children's Pastors.


Toddler Sunday School
At 10:30AM on Sundays, we offer a dynamic Bible class to our toddlers. Nursery is available for our little ones from 10:00-10:30AM, at which time Sunday School begins.

In the summer months, Sunday School takes a sabbatical. For more information on Sunday School and Sunday School ministry opportunities, please contact Rosanna Sangermano, Sunday School Director.
What to Bring

When packing your child's diaper bag, 
please include the following items:

~ Two or three disposable diapers.  
No cloth diapers, please.

~ Pacifier or other item, should your child need it for security.

~ A complete change of clothes in case a need arises.

~ A bottle or cup of milk, formula, juice or water.

~ Please label all personal items with your child's first and last name.
Well-Care
We operate a well baby program. For the protection of all the children, we kindly request your cooperation by not bringing in sick children. This would include a child with fever, diarrhea, vomiting or nausea. In addition, a child with a severe cough or sore throat, undetermined rash, congestion, non-clear runny nose or any communicable disease, cannot be accepted into the nursery until well or has been without fever or other symptoms for 24 hours. Thank you, in advance, for helping to keep all our children healthy!


Checking In
A leader will greet you at the check in area where your child will receive his/her name tag. At that time, parents receive a security sticker which needs to be presented at pick up. When you arrive to the nursery, a trained nursery volunteer will receive your child and his/her belongings. (Thank you for labeling all personal belongings.) In the event that we need to contact you, the number on your security sticker will appear on the front screens of the sanctuary. 


Drop Off and Pick Up
After you have completed the check in process, a quick and confident wave goodbye is best. It sends a reassuring message to your child. While leaving a crying child can be a difficult thing, it is normal for little ones to cry and it usually does not last long. Lingering in the classroom most often makes the transition more difficult for your child. Rest assured that our leaders will try to create interest in a toy or activity and give assurance that you will return after the service. If your child cries for an extended time, we will be sure to get you. In addition, a prompt pick up is important. Young children tend to get nervous when parents are late.

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