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NURSERY (6 Weeks to 2 Years) & PRESCHOOL (2-5 years)

The first seeds of faith are born when young children learn to trust through the receipt of consistent, quality care. By providing loving care in a safe and happy environment, our nursery lays the groundwork for the development of a trusting faith in Christ.

Preschoolers investigate the wonder of our great God and experience his love through the nurturing teaching and care of consistent teachers. They enjoy age appropriate Bible stories, imaginative play, crafts and games during both service hours.


FAQ

What are the procedures for check-in and out?
First, visit the Children’s Ministry Check-In desk to register your child and obtain a “Safekey” security sticker. You will be given a pick-up card that matches the sticker on your child to ensure a secure pickup. You may request a permanent “Safekey” tag at any time.

How do you contact me if my child needs me?
Your “Safekey” card/sticker will have a number on it which will be displayed on a digital box above the right screen in the sanctuary if you are needed or we can contact you via text.

How old does my baby have to be to start in the StoneBridge nursery?
We welcome your baby anytime after 6 to 8 weeks of age.

Is my baby separated from older toddlers?
We promote children from our infant/crawler room to the SBlittles nursery as soon as they can walk confidently.

What do I need to bring?
Your baby or toddler will need a labeled diaper bag with fresh diapers, a change of clothes, a labeled bottle or cup and any items your child will need to be content during their time in the nursery. We offer Nilla Wafers unless instructed otherwise by a parent.

Who cares for my child?
Volunteers are parents and other loving adults and teens that have a heart for our little ones. All volunteers are given a background check. We strongly encourage our parents to join a nursery rotation.

Do you have a nursing mothers room?
StoneBridge has a nursing mother/cry room located behind the right side of the sanctuary for your convenience.

What are the sanitation procedures in your nursery?
To prevent the transfer of germs, all baby toys are sanitized, linens are laundered and larger toys and equipment wiped with sanitizing wipes after each use. Periodically, large equipment & toys are washed with soap and water to supplement the sanitizing procedures.

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