Life Kids Jr: 3-5
Life Kids: 6-11
Growing Young Hearts in Faith and Fellowship
At Life Church, we value the next generation. We provide engaging and age-appropriate ministries where children can grow their faith, discover their unique gifts, and build lifelong relationships. Our dedicated team of leaders creates a safe and nurturing environment for your children to thrive.
We want to provide you with information about our activities and our procedures so that you feel good about the decision to entrust your children to our care and supervision. We also want to provide resources to assist you in raising your children. You are always welcome to visit the church and tour our baby and childrens rooms.
We provide childcare for various activities throughout the year. The following are our standard operating procedures you will encounter when participating in any of these programs.
We begin receiving children fifteen minutes before the start of each program. We request that you pick up your children promptly after each program.
As you sign-in your child, please note any specific requests that you may have while your child is in our care. We strive to have consistent faces at the door so that children will feel safe and secure in our areas.
Please send your child with a change of clothes and a sufficient supply of diapers or pull-ups for their stay. Diaper bags, bottles, cups, and all personal belongings should be labeled with your child’s first and last name. Since we supply toys and play materials for the children, it is not necessary to bring toys from home.
Toys, linens, and equipment are sanitized after each use. We are committed to keeping your children healthy.
We will gladly give your baby his or her bottle, per your instructions. However, we cannot spoon-feed your child or administer any medications. We also provide a place for mothers to nurse their babies.
Crackers and apple juice or water are served to the preschoolers and toddlers during certain activities. Please inform the lead teacher at sign-in if you do not want your child to receive a snack.