Nursery Ministry


Matthew 19:14 Jesus said,"Let the little children come to me,and do not hinder them,,for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.

The purpose of our Nursery is to provide a safe and caring atmosphere for children ages birth to 4 years,while their parents attend worship service. Your child is special to us.We desire to make every effort to ensure this is a enjoyable experience for your child in our caring facility. We welcome every child with love. We want to share the love of Christ with every child who walks through our doors.

Babies Can Learn Too!

Babies are born wired for learning. All you have to do is provide the appropriate information and experiences to help them learn about God. While babies cannot memorize scripture or understand abstract ideas, they can learn God loves them, God gives them people to care for them, and Jesus, God's Son, wants to be their very best Friend. The earlier learning begins, the easier it will be for children to remember it.

Caregivers are consistent and attentive, and they try to practice the presence of Christ for the children to see.

Babies and toddlers' physical, social, mental, emotional and spiritual needs are met.

Caregivers intentionally design activities to teach Biblical truths.

Children receive Christian education in ways they are able to understand.

Caregivers equip parents to continue ministry to their children at home.

It's all about the babies and their families.

You are doing a great ministry to parents by caring for their children so that they can focus on Christian education and worship. But you have the opportunity to take your ministry much further by providing Christian education for the babies, toddlers and two-year-olds in your care. Just as parents and older children need Christian education, little ones need it, too.

Nursery Care

  • Caregivers are present and attentive.

  • Babies and toddlers' physical, social, mental and emotional needs are met.

  • Caregivers provide play time for babies and toddlers.

  • Children are occupied while parents learn.

  • Caregivers inform parents of the child's behaviors and events of the day.

  • It's all about the child.