A spot for sleepers and creepers …for moms and tots, or for mom to catch a break and enjoy the service, while placing her child in the hands of carefully selected “nannies” who provide TLC to the smallest worshippers.
Sunday School (10am)
Children’s Church (11am)
For preschoolers through grade 5 – this is a wonderful time where children get to experience spiritual instruction in a manner designed specifically for them. Biblical adventures come to life through masterful storytelling, puppets, drama sketches and role playing. Valuable life application is highlighted and reinforced through various activities, games and projects.
The program’s Director is Sarah Nightingale, a veteran teacher under whose leadership the church’s preschool has also flourished.
Offers a quality early-learning experience in a nurturing environment. The following classes are available:
9:00 am – 11:30 am
Mon, Wed, Fri
9:00 am – 11:30 am
Kidz Klub – Wednesday Evenings – 6:30 to 8pm
KIDZ KLUB is an uplifting, high-energy, faith-based program for elementary-aged children, ages 4-12. With non-stop action, the children learn biblical principles through fun activities such as puppets, skits, crafts, choreographed singing, science experiments and interactive games.
KIDZ KLUB staff includes Director, Michele Bedard, who also runs the Town of Aurora Rec Department STAR Drama Club) and two current teachers from the Toytown Preschool: Sarah Nightingale & Theresa DiPietro.
This fast-paced, hour-and-a-half program begins the second week of September and continues on Wednesday night throughout the school year. To register your child, please use the window provided below. This program is free and open to the general public.
Children’s Christmas Pageant
Each December the Children’s Department produces their own musical presentation with kids from the Toytown Preschool, Kidz Klub and Sunday Children’s Church. This past year’s show was based on the GROUP production entitled, ‘Not-So-Silent-Night’ where three young shepherds, who were simply shouting God’s praises, were hauled into a Bethlehem court for disturbing the peace. The outcome was both hilarious and heart-rending.
Rehearsals for this event – which is quickly becoming a crowd favorite – typically begin in late November. Parental involvement is not only appreciated, but encouraged.