How do I check my child in to Children’s Ministry? Where do I check my child in?
Parents take children to Family Life Center main entrance – off the main courtyard. Check in starts 15 minutes prior to every service. For the safety of our children, the doors will lock 15 minutes into each service. There will be a Director or hall monitor available to help you in between times.
There is a computer check in – once you submit your information, you will be entered into our system and assigned a fish scan tag. You can also access the check in process by using the last four digits of your phone number. Parents need to check all children in.
If you are a guest, we will have an individual check in process for you. Someone is there to assist you.
All children will have a name tag on. All parents receive a security pick up sticker which they must present to the teacher when picking up your children.
For more information about this process, contact Holly Patton-Roarke [email protected]
Every child and family will become biblically mature disciples of Jesus Christ.
To be a Beacon for Christ, exalting His name, equipping children and families, expressing His Love.
We believe that children are the Church of today! Our joy and purpose is to come along side of our parents to train their children. We provide a loving and safe environment for your children. Our volunteers are carefully screened and background checks are completed.
We believe that most people make a decision to accept Jesus before the age of 13 and that the spiritual base for most children is in place by the age of nine. This is what drives us to present Jesus to your children in such a way that they will want a relationship with Him. Our programs and classes have been described as “fun and loving”. Parents have thanked us for accepting, loving and encouraging their children just where they are.
We want to walk along side you parents and help as “you train up your children in the way they should go”. God’s promise to us also is found in Proverbs 22:6. He promises that if we train them, “….when they are old they will not depart from it.”