Are snacks served?

Nursery: Parents are asked to pack any milk, water, juice and peanut-free snacks your child will need during the service in labeled bottles and bags.

Children: Snacks are not served during class. Children are encouraged to bring a water bottle, or a cup of water will be provided to them in class. Rarely, edible items are used for the craft and children are told they must ask parents' permission to taste it after class. The morning service is immediately followed by coffee time, when parents can choose which snacks their children may have.

Youth: Snacks are served at Youth Group on Friday evenings, and lunch is served at Youth Stomp on Sunday afternoons. Snacks are not served in Discovery Group, but teens may bring water.

Are treats given out?

While some activities call for prizes to be given out, these are usually things like stickers, pencils, or small toys. Sweets are only given out on special occasions, such as Christmas or Easter. Sometimes a class will act out a special meal from a bible story, with non-dessert items like grapes or bread on the menu. If your child has any food restrictions, please make sure to mention them on the contact form when you fill it out. 

Do you give rewards for attendance or assign home activities?

No. We understand that every family is different. Some children spend every other weekend with another parent or travel for other reasons. We do not want any children to feel left out because of circumstances outside their control and therefore do not have a rewards system or assigned home activities. We do encourage families to discuss each week's lesson and practice memory verses at home.

What safety measures do you offer?

As part of the application process, new volunteers must agree to a background check. We have cameras with sound in all children's rooms, should there ever be an incident that needs to be reviewed. When children are dropped off in the nursery, the volunteer signs them in and hands a bracelet with a number to the parent. This must be returned for the child to be released. If one parent drops off, and another parent picks up, the parent receiving the child must bring the bracelet back.

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