SUNDAY MORNING

NOTE TO PARENTS
SAFETY PROTOCOLS
NOTE TO PARENTS

Dear Parents,

 

Although Covid has impacted many things, we are thankful to have been offering children's classes since the summer of 2020.

 

We are excited to continue expanding this ministry, so please scroll down for our calendar or request to join Covenant NextGen Children's private Facebook page to stay current with all that's happening.

 

On Sundays, please know that you will need to check in your children. Just look for the sign outside the main doors. It will direct you to our check-in carts. 

 

First visit? Plan to come a few minutes early to fill out a registration card. Look for the first-time visitor cart, where you'll get a bag with goodies and information about Children's Ministry, name tags for your child and a tag for you to use to pick up your child after the service.

 

What we offer:

- 9:00am - provided we have enough volunteers, we offer classes for Toddler-PreK

- 10:30am -

Classes for Toddler-PreK

Elementary students sit with their parents or guardians during worship and are dismissed during the sermon for a lesson

- Online - scroll down to download a children's bulletin to help them follow along as you watch online. If you are interested in getting the Gospel Story videos and handouts to help equip your children to grow in their faith, we can send them to you.

 

If you have specific questions about what we are doing to keep your children safe, please refer to our safety protocols found at the tab above.

 

Please know I am praying for you!

René Maule

Children's Ministry Director

SAFETY PROTOCOLS

Event Calendar Overview/ Partnership with Parents Overview

 

Children's Resources for Sunday, September 24

Printables for download:

Children's Bulletin

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

WEEKDAY MORNINGS

Classes for three-year-olds to five-year-olds

Our preschool provides excellent educational training and spiritual nurturing for each child. We believe in the power of play, as well as a gradual introduction to academics as children develop.

Read more about Kids Alive here.

MOPS and MomsNext

Mothers of PreSchoolers (MOPS)

Mothers of first-graders and older (MomsNext)

Being a mom of little ones can be exhausting, lonesome and yet so rewarding. We understand! If you would like more information about these groups, please contact the office.