Mom's Morning Out
Mondays, 9:00am - 1:00pm    |    8 Weeks through 4 Years Old
For Members and Regular Attenders



Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our Nursery Services here at First Presbyterian Church.  It is our desire to make sure that both you and your child feel secure and comfortable while you are here so that as a parent you can participate wholeheartedly in worship, fellowship and Bible study. 


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See Our Nursery and Toddler Photo Gallery



Nursery Hours:

Sunday Mornings

8:00  till the end of the 2nd Worship Service (approximately 12:00) 

  • Sunday School hour is 9:15 to 10:15
  • Gathering Grounds (social for adults)
    is 10:15 to 10:45
  • Worship is 8:00 & 10:45 

Wednesday Evenings
6:00 - end of Choir Practice
(approximately 8:15) 

Nursery open during last 30 minutes of the Fellowship Supper, Awana, Adult Small Groups and Choir Practice      

Our goals are:

·         To show Christian love and acceptance to each child in our care.

·         To meet the basic physical needs of each child in our care.

·         To enable parents to participate in the life and worship of the church with confidence, knowing that their children are well cared for.

·         To assist the parent in teaching biblical truth to each child on his/her own level.




Parents Guidelines:

  • Parents should drop off a child at the sign in area only and only after signing in and handing over the child to the worker/volunteer.  
  • The Nursery worker/volunteer will make sure the child is properly registered, signed in, and the parent has a beeper and has marked bottles/ cups and given any instructions that might be needed to workers.  
  • Parents should indicate on the registration form any who may be allowed to take the child from the nursery. 
  • Only parents and their approved picker-uppers will be allowed to sign out a child and signing out with initials is required.  (It would also be best if parents did not come into the nursery area, but volunteers bring the child to the parents.) 

Our Healthy Nursery Policy 

We cannot and will not accept children who have the following symptoms.  Please do not bring sick children to the nursery.


·      Coughing, sneezing, runny nose (unless slight and clear)

·      Fever of 100 or higher within the last 24 hours.

·      Questionable rash or skin infection.

·      Vomiting

·      Diarrhea


*A doctor's note will clear your child if  he/she has the symptoms but is non-contagious.


Policy on Aggressive Behavior


In the event that a child shows repeated aggressive behavior towards other children in the nursery, thereby compromising their safety while under the care of the nursery workers, one parent or guardian of the aggressive child will be required to stay in the nursery with him or her until the problem is resolved.  This parent or guardian will be called to the nursery via the nursery paging system. 


How You Can Help

Volunteer to care for our children (screening required).

· Join our Covenant Keeper Program (Contact Debby Hull)

· Be faithful and prompt when your rotation time comes to serve in the nursery.

· Pray  for our children, parents and nursery staff.

· Volunteer to provide the nursery with needed supplies.


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Contact the Office (678-2521 or for further questions.