Children are a blessing from God. It is our goal to provide a safe, caring, and positive experience, and volunteers are committed to ensuring that this ministry brings Glory to God.
Nursery Staff and Volunteers
Our nursery staff and volunteers are screened and have been trained in the Child Protection Policy implemented by the United Methodist Conference. Nursery staff members are certified in CPR, are mature and responsible, and are actively involved with the children. We encourage and model positive behavior and try to make each child feel special.
Children are always welcome in the worship services. We also have a family room located in the lobby, just outside of the Sanctuary, in case you need privacy during the service. Families can view the service, with little ones, within a space designed just for them.
Child care is available for birth through 2 years old.
9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Worship Service
Child care is available for birth through 5th grade upon request for church events and prearranged Bible studies..
Special Events, Classes, & Meetings
The nursery is also available, upon request, for adult education classes and ministry meetings. Requests must be made by the ministry leader or group facilitator two weeks in advance of the event. Requests are to be made in writing through the church office and approved by the Kids Ministry Director.
Information at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 727-785-7487.
Important Nursery Info
Nursery Drop Off and Pick Up A118
- Check-in begins 15 minutes prior to Worship and other events
- Nursery staff and volunteers will happily walk you through this process.
What To Bring
Please bring a bag that includes anything your child might need while in the nursery. Items may include diapers, bottles, change of clothing, pacifier, or other items of comfort. Please label your child’s name on all belongings.
We kindly ask that you do not bring your child to the Nursery if they have experienced any of the following within 24 hours:
· Fever (higher than 99.5)
· Runny nose (yellow/green)
· Pink eye
· Strep throat
· Common cold symptoms
· Flu symptoms
· Any severe rash that is not from diaper or allergy
If your child is on an antibiotic, he/she must be on it for at least 24 hours before returning to the nursery.
The nursery is cleaned and sanitized on a regular basis to help reduce the spread of germs and illness.