preschool ministry | NURSERY

Nursery care at Trinity Baptist Church is provided during all services for children ages 0 through 24 months. At our church, we make it a priority to provide an environment of love and care for each child. Each class is equipped with a variety of playtime activities that create a fun atmosphere for your child to learn in.

What to Bring
When packing your diaper bag, please remember to bring the following:
• at least 2 to 3 diapers and wipes
• a bottle or a juice cup depending on age and need
• a change of clothes
• food or snacks (We do provide cheerios or crackers in the older nursery classes.)

Please label all personal items, especially cups and bottles, with your child’s first and last name in order to help us keep track of everything.

When You Arrive at Your Child's Room
When you enter your child’s nursery, there will be a nursery care provider who will receive your child and his/her bag. During this time, you will see an information sheet at the counter in each room. Please fill out all of the information so that we will know how to best serve you and your child.

The nursery care provider will then put your child’s name on an adhesive security label which will include a security number on it. This label will be placed on your child’s back and you will get a matching label with your child’s number. If for any reason your child needs your attention during the service, your child’s number will be discreetly displayed on the screen in the sanctuary.

After you have completed the check-in process, simply wave a quick good-bye and leave for the worship service or your class. As you know, it is normal for little ones to cry when a parent leaves. This does not last long, and separation becomes easier over time. Our leaders will immediately create interest in a toy or activity and give assurance that you will return. If your child cries for an extended period of time, we will find you.

Pick up Procedures
For security reasons we ask that you bring your label back to the nursery care provider when picking your child up.
Don’t forget to get all of your child’s belongings when you leave.