On Sunday mornings from 9-10:10 AM (September through June), we provide childcare for infants, as well as classes for children age two through the sixth grade.
During the Worship Service at 10:30 AM, we have childcare for infants through Pre-K, and Children’s Church for ages K through second grade.
During Sunday School, all of our Children’s Ministry classes—from babies through sixth grade—use a curriculum called The Gospel Project. We’re thrilled to be using this material for at least three reasons: (1) TGP celebrates the gospel and teaches kids to apply it to their lives, (2) it’s integrated across all ages (meaning all children study the same lesson at age-appropriate levels), and (3) it provides great opportunities for parents to talk further with their kids about the material at home. To learn more about the curriculum, watch the short video below.
During our Worship Service our Children’s Church uses the New City Catechism.
CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT
When you arrive for Sunday School or the Worship Service, please check in your children at the Bethel Kids station near the restrooms in the middle of the building. You and your child/ren will receive stickers with a matching code for pick-up, so please keep your sticker with you.
Parents of kids ages 0-Pre-K, please head to the Bethel Kids station to pick up your kiddos and show the check-in volunteer the sticker you received at check-in.
- Masking for children is parent-driven. We appreciate your respect for the decisions of other parents.
- Masking for volunteers working with children five and older (infant through grade 6) is optional.
Please ensure that you can answer NO to the following questions before attending in person on Sundays:
- Has an immediate family member had any of the following symptoms: fever (100.4 or higher), cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, sore throat, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, headaches/congestion, runny nose with no known cause, fatigue, or loss of taste or smell?
- Has an immediate family member been in close contact (e.g. within six feet for more than fifteen minutes) with a person with a confirmed COVID-19 infection?