The new Nursery (Kids’ Club) is now open in our newly-renovated space! We are now located in the Education Building.
- Kids’ Club will be available during the 9:00 a.m. Service through Coffee Hour.
Infants/toddlers through 36 months (3 years-old) are welcome to attend.
Diocesan pandemic protocols allow for 2 caregivers with 6 infants/toddlers maximum. Therefore, parents are asked to sign up in advance for a spot in nursery care.
Children 2 years and older must wear a mask indoors.
To find the new Kids’ Club please enter through the new Preschool entrance in the Courtyard. It will be the first classroom on your left.
Kids’ Club provides a safe and nurturing environment for children ages birth through 3-years old 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 will the children do while they are there?
All children will be well cared for and loved by dedicated 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.
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.
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Once your child turns three, they are invited and welcome to attend Children’s Chapel on Sunday mornings. Children’s Chapel is from ages three through 5th grade and currently held during the 9:00 AM service. Children begin the service with their families, then follow the cross in procession out of the sanctuary and proceed to the Youth Wing. They return to the sanctuary 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!
Click HERE for the Kids’ Club Brochure.
Kid’s Club News:
Yesterday we received word from Bishops Rodman and Hodges-Copple with information regarding the Omicron variant and the seriousness of its transmissibility. At this time the diocese has not issued any new mandates but clearly advises parishes to exercise caution regarding in-person worship. We DO plan to offer both in-person and online Christmas services.
Dear Friends, I am pleased to announce, particularly to the parents of our young children, that child care is returning this Sunday in the newly renovated Nursery Care / Kids’ Club. Also, I am very excited to announce Coffee Hour is returning, IN THE PARISH HALL. As we journey through this Season of Advent, please […]
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