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What To Expect

Before the service begins, please go to the children’s wing to sign in or register your children. Each family will be assigned a number for that morning and name tags will be printed for each child displaying the number. Parents will receive a sticker with the same number which must be used to pick up their children in grades 4 and under. Please don’t lose your sticker!

After signing in, younger children will go straight into their appropriate classes as listed below.

The older children in Club 56 will join their parents in the auditorium and will be dismissed to their class part way through the service.



Nursery (0- 2 years) 

Our screened volunteers provide loving care for infants, babies and toddlers up to age 2. The nursery has safe play areas with lots of toys, rocking chairs, and a stocked change area. 
The nursery is equipped with a paging system. Once your child has checked in, our volunteers will provide you with a number. If the number appears on the screen in the auditorium, please return to the nursery.

Little Otters

2-3 year olds

 Little Otters is a class where your child will have a good time playing with Play Doh, watching a puppet show or trying their hand at an age appropriate craft.



JK/SK (4 – 5 year olds)  

Salamanders is a class where your child will enjoy crafts, singing, and active story telling.


Grades 1-4

Kingfishers is for children in Grade 1 to Grade 4 where they will experience intentional shepherding and solid Biblical teaching.

Club 56

Grades 5-6 

This is an experience for “tweens” that are in Grade 5 and 6. It’s a great opportunity to have open discussion with your leader and peers about what the Bible teaches and how to relate it to situations surrounding them at this age.
This group meets in Room 9 and are released from the auditorium during the offering.

Timothy Teamers

Grades 5-8

Once a month some students in these grades are offered the opportunity to volunteer to serve in various capacities during our Sunday morning services. Areas of service range from greeting, to serving beverages, to helping in the classrooms of younger children.
While we also offer programs for those in Junior High (Grades 6-8), High School (Grades 9-12) and Young Adults (age 18-25), those programs don’t happen on Sunday mornings. Students are encouraged to attend services along with the adults, and/or volunteer to help make Sundays happen.