Kids’ Club provides a safe and nurturing environment for children ages birth through three on Sunday mornings. We also care for school age children (upon request) outside of Sunday mornings. Parents may attend church, teach Sunday school, sing in the choir or attend committee meetings while their children attend Kids’ Club. Our program is open for parents to visit at any time.
What are the hours?
Kids’ Club is open every Sunday 8:45-12:30. Summer hours are 8:45-12:00. Kids’ Club provides child care for infants through three-year-olds during worship and Sunday school. We also care for school age children (upon request) while parents attend other church meetings or events.
What will the children do while they are there?
All children will be well cared for and loved by dedicated St. Paul’s Kids’ Club staff members and volunteers. We have age appropriate activities for your child. We are growing right along with St. Paul’s and provide crafts, games, snacks, and a fun and safe environment for your child.
Where is it?
Kids’ Club is located behind the church, in its own beautiful building to the right of the chapel. We offer simple snacks, coloring, and lots of safe toys and loving care. Cell phones are used to quickly contact/text parents if necessary.
How do I arrange child care for an event at St. Paul’s?
Child care requests must be for meetings and or events on church grounds. Please contact Laura Gorman, Kids’ Club Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, at least three weeks before the event.
Meet our Staff:
- Laura Gorman
- Andrea Kirchner
- Jenny Smith
- Lisa Walt
- Alexis Hetrick
- Sarah Fisher
- Amy Burger
Nursery Substitute Staff:
- Natania Reyes
- Victoria Duckworth
“Graduating” from Kids’ Club
Did you know once your child turns three, they “graduate” from Kids Club on Sunday mornings? The exciting next step for your child is Children’s Chapel! Children’s Chapel is available to all children from age three through 2nd grade. Children’s Chapel is held during the 9:00 AM and 11:15 AM services. Children begin the service with their families, then follow the cross out of the church and proceed to the Youth Wing. They return to the church after the Peace and share the Eucharist with their families.
Any additional questions?
Please contact Laura Gorman, Kids’ Club Director. We look forward to seeing you and your children at the St. Paul’s Kids’ Club!
Thank you to all parent and youth volunteers. We appreciate your service to the children and look forward to working with you in Kids’ Club!
Click HERE for the Kids’ Club Brochure.