We are so excited to welcome back our children’s ministries beginning April 11! We offer programming for kids birth through 5th grade.

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Reopening Plan

General Information: • During the 9:00 am service we will be offering programming for children birth-5th grade. • During the 10:30 am service we will

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Sunday Mornings

  • We offer programming for children birth-5th grade in age-appropriate classrooms. Children Pre-K through 5th grade will engage in large group experience together and then break out into their classrooms.
  • Nursery through 2nd grade are located in the lower level classrooms.
  • 3rd-5th grade are located on the main level.
  • All check-in for children takes place at the lower level welcome desk.
  • Checkout for children takes place at each of their classroom doors with a safety badge retained at check in.
  • We offer childcare for ages 0-4 during our second service.
  • This is located in a lower level classroom.
  • Check-in for the children takes place at the lower level welcome desk.
  • Checkout takes place at the classroom door with a safety badge retained at check in.
  • At this time Living Word is not offering communion for children. This will be introduced again as COVID-19 regulations decrease.
  • If you would like your child to be baptized, please contact Pastor David or Pastor Greg.
  • Our Children’s Ministry classrooms will be practicing safety measures in efforts to protect our children.
  • Masks are being worn by children 4 years old and up.
  • Social distancing will be practiced whenever possible.
  • We will not be requiring masks in the nursery classroom (except volunteers); however, temperatures will be taken of children entering that room.

Teacher Resources

Children’s ministry is the most vital and effective tool in helping children come into life-long relationships with God through Christ. This is why you, as a children’s ministry leader, are so very important! Please use this page and its resources to help in the teaching and nurturing of the LW kids.

Stages of Child Development
Why It’s Important to be a Children’s Ministry Leader