Where is my Sunday School Class?
Building B Downstairs
Birth-11 months | Room 111
Raccoons (18-24 months) | Room 128
Owls (Younger 2 Year Olds) | Room 129
Foxes (Older 2 Year Olds) | Room 130
Deer (3 Year Olds) | Room 131
Bear (4 Year Olds) | Room 132
Moose (Kinder) | Room 133
Building B Upstairs
1st Grade | Room 213
2nd Grade | Room 214
3rd Grade | Room 215
4th Grade | Room 216
5th Grade | Room 217
6th Grade | Room 218
7th-8th Grade | Room 204
9th-12th Grade | Room 209
Sunday Childcare – 11 AM
Sunday childcare available for all services, 5 years (by Sept. 1) & under, Building B
2 – 3 year olds | Room 128
4 – 5 year olds | Room 129
All children must be checked in and out by a parent/guardian before/during and after the service.
Children’s Electronic Check- In System
All children, infants – 6th grade, can now be electronically checked in for Sunday morning programming on one of the four touch screen stations in the woodlands, upstairs, and by the café in building B:
• After typing the first few letters of the last name, simply select the programs the child will be attending (Sunday school/Children’s Childcare).
• Labels with the child’s name, class, emergency contact information, and allergies will be generated. Families with multiple children can check them all in at once.
• A parent receipt will print for our youngest children to be turned in upon pick-up.
This system provides a more secure, expedited check-in process that directs parents to the appropriate classes, maintains updated allergy information, allows teachers to focus on the lesson (rather than record-keeping), and simplifies the transition from the Sunday school hour to the worship hour for our younger children.
As always, children are welcome in all of our worship services
Creation Kids Worship Bags are available for children in worship. Each bag contains resources to help them fully participate in worship.
We believe that children’s participation in worship is important to their spiritual formation. When children worship with adults, they are empowered to develop a sense of belonging to a faith community. The gift of a church where children are engaged in worship encourages each of us to examine how we engage in worship, our faith, and one another. Children remind us there is not a right way, or one way, to worship and challenge us to be open to the spontaneity of the Holy Spirit. Children remind us that God is present in the messy-ness of our lives, giving us opportunity to reexamine the meaning of sacred and holy.