BABIES & TODDLERS

We use a simple curriculum, Baby Beginnings by Gospel Light, to engage kids 6 months to 2 years old in learning about God. We have a time for play, story, singing, activity, and snack throughout the morning. Classroom doors open at 9:00am.  

If you and your child are not ready to be separated, we encourage you to use the Family Room (located to the right of the Sanctuary) where you can be together and still experience the service.

Separate from Tenth Kids Sunday programming, the Mt Pleasant building is also home to Wee Care Daycare.

Daycare questions? Ask Sharon. Other questions? Ask Laurence.

PRESCHOOL & K-1

We are using a Tenth Kids curriculum based on the Bible App for Kids and the Jesus Storybook Bible that caters to children age 3 to Grade 1. Throughout the morning, kids in this age group will experience a time for play, worship, story, small groups, and snack. Classroom doors open at 9:00am.

Grade 1 kids join our School Age group during the 11:15am service.

Sunday questions? Ask Laurence.

Separate from Tenth Kids Sunday programming, the Mt Pleasant building is also home to Wee Care Daycare.

Daycare questions? Ask Sharon. Other questions? Ask Laurence.

SCHOOL AGE

For children in grades 1 to 5, we use a custom-made curriculum that includes easy-to-learn Bible lessons to help your child grow in their faith. We use hands-on activities through games, the arts, and object lessons to reach every child, respecting that each child has a unique temperament and learning style.

A typical morning includes:

  • worshipping God through music either in their classroom or with their families in the Sanctuary
  • a Bible-based lesson
  • response activities—prayer, journaling, arts and crafts, and games
  • a snack and time for free play

At the 9:15am service, children begin their programs at 9:15am on the lower level of the church. For the 11:15am service, children begin with worship in the Sanctuary with their families and are dismissed to their programs from the Sanctuary at 11:45am.

Questions? Ask Raymond.