Children and Nursery
Superkid Academy is a cutting-edge, fun-filled children's curriculum for any age group between 1st and 6th grade.
Children's Church volunteers work hard each week to provide a fun and educational session for kids ages 5-12. They meet every Sunday following Praise and Worship.
Over the course of several weeks, church members worked tirelessly to update our church nursery. Cabinets, wall and shelves were all newly painted, vinyl flooring was replaced, toys replaced, with the highlight of the room being the feature wall.
Please keep the church nursery in mind when picking up supplies on your shopping trip. The following is needed:
Seventh Generation spray cleaner
Toddler size markers
Age appropriate bible story or character building books
7 Reasons to Serve in the Church Nursery
by Tony Kummer
Too often serving in the church nursery can seem like a thankless job. One of the key tasks for children’s ministry leaders is to help volunteers understand their importance. With that in mind, I offer these following 7 reasons why serving in the church nursery is important.
God is in the church nursery. This may come as a shock, but the Bible has specific promises about God’s presence when children are welcomed and loved in Jesus’ name. You can read my article about this titled God Is In The Church Nursery.
Your service in the church nursery allows church goers to focus on worship, rather than worrying about their children. In a very real sense your ministry makes it possible for the pastor to fulfill his ministry.
The first (and sometimes lasting) feelings a child will have toward church is formed in the nursery department. While not everyone agrees, I believe that a positive experience in the church nursery is essential.
When you serve in the nursery, you are being entrusted with the most important (and vulnerable) members of the church family. There is no greater treasure on this side of heaven than the little ones God has given us. You must be someone special to have a job that is so important.
Your service is essential for your own spiritual growth. You may have never looked at it this way, but a growing Christian is always a serving Christian. Jesus was known for putting others first, when you serve in the church nursery you are walking in his example.
The church nursery is the first contact young families will have with your church. Your friendly greeting and exceptional care for their children can make a great first impression for your church. If they don’t feel like their children are safe, they will not return – and rightly so.
Your service in the church nursery is a powerful opportunity for prayer. If every nursery worker would spend several minutes praying over the children in their care, imagine how God might begin to change this coming generation. There is no better way to create an environment of spiritual nurture than to pray while you serve in the nursery.
Please thoughtfully consider how you can serve this ministry by becoming a nursery worker. With many volunteers, all of us will have the blessing of not only serving, but allowing parents and others to worship. Please see Stephanie Ingram to let her know of your interest.