The Little Life program is all about the encounter. Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me. Don’t stop them because God’s kingdom belongs to people who are like these children.”

Our goal at Little Life is to provide a nurturing environment where kids can be kids while allowing them to experience early encounters with a loving God. Each week our leaders demonstrate Godly values and utilize biblical principles that will unite children with their Creator and their family

What to Bring:

Please make sure your child’s diaper bag has the following items:

Three to four disposable diapers.
A complete change of clothes.
Any item your child may need for security reasons.
A bottle of milk, juice, or water.
Please label all personal items with your child’s first and last name to help us keep track of their personal belongings.

Drop Off & Pick Up

You will be greeted by our registration team.  At that time, you will be issued a temporary identification badge for you and your child. Place the sticker on your child and hold onto your badge. In order to reenter the children’s area at any time, you will need to show your temporary parent badge. Please let the teacher know of any information that will help in caring for your child such as feeding times, sleeping times, allergies or any other special needs. If for any reason your child may need you during the service, your number will appear on the screens in the adult service.

At checkout time, we will ask that you present your identification badge to be matched to your child’s badge. Once matched, your child will be returned to you along with his/her personal belongings. Please make sure you have received all your child’s personal belongings. A child will not be released without a matching identification badge and children will only be released to an adult.

Under the Weather

To ensure the health of children and volunteers, we ask that sick children do not attend class if any of the following exist: fever (over 99.5 degrees), vomiting or diarrhea within the last 24 hours, any symptom of childhood diseases such as scarlet fever, German measles, mumps, chicken pox or whooping cough, common cold – from onset through one week, sore throat, croup, any unexplained rash, any skin infection – boils, ringworm or impetigo, untreated pink eye or other eye infection, any communicable disease, lice, including the presence of eggs or nits. These are the guidelines that we follow and we expect that a child or volunteer be free of fever for 24 hours before coming back to Little Life.



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