Preschool Ministry

We believe that children from the youngest of age not only need to be well cared for, but also need to be and can be taught about our Great God.

Nursing Mothers, Bottles, and Snacks

A Nursing Room, equipped with rockers and a changing table, is available for your comfort and privacy in the 0-6 month room on the 2nd floor of Building B (Room B204).

Babies will be bottle-fed milk or juice as provided by the parent.  Bottle warmers are available in the 0-6 months and 6-12 month rooms.  We ask that parents write the baby’s name and the time they should be fed on the dry erase boards located in both of the baby rooms.

Once a child transitions form a bottle to a cup, we ask that parents not put anything other than water in their cup.  This helps protect children who have food allergies to juice or milk products.  If a child picks up the wrong cup, having only water in it helps provide an extra measure of safety.  Most pediatricians encourage children to drink more water as it is a healthy choice.  Thanks for helping to ensure that our Preschool is a safe place for all children.

Preschoolers age one and older may be served the following snacks weekly: water, goldfish crackers, animal crackers, or Cheerios.  Please make sure to notify us if your child is allergic to any of these snack items.  If you will be sending a snack from home with your child, please label the bag or container with the child’s name.

Occasionally, Preschool leaders will serve a snack that relates to the Bible story for the day.  These snacks will be posted on the allergy alert signs located outside the Preschool room doors.