Infants and toddlers are cared for during all four weekend worship services (Saturday at 5 pm, Sunday at 8, 9:30 & 11 am). When you’re in our building, look for signs pointing you to the Nursery Counter, located on the first floor immediately north of the Main Lobby.
If you’re visiting for the first time, you will need to fill out a Family Registration Form. Use this form to register your family/add a child with the Eastbrook Church Children’s Ministry. You can download it and bring it with you, or fill it out when you get here.
We use an electronic check-in system that connects with our church database, CCB, to sign your child in to the Nursery. We also ask that you leave your cell phone number and put your phone on vibrate so you can be contacted if necessary. When you pick up your child, you will check them out using CCB.
We require all our volunteers to be trained and screened and maintain strict teacher-to-child ratios to ensure safe care. For health standards, children must be free from fever or symptoms of contagious disease for 24 hours. Let us know of any allergies or medical conditions your child may have.
Please label all of your child’s belongings and let the caregivers know of any particular needs your child may have. This may include food allergies, potty training issues, and tips on how to comfort your child.
Located on the east end of the worship building, it is a quiet place to nurse your baby or change a diaper. It is furnished with a changing table and rocking chairs.
Nursery is also provided for moms who are attending the Friday morning Women’s Bible Study.
Three times a year we take time in our weekend worship services to dedicate our children to the Lord. Parents who wish to present their children and dedicate them need to attend a class in preparation. It may be helpful to prepare for the class by praying, finding a scripture passage to read at your child’s dedication, finding a digital photo of your child to include during the service, deciding which of the four weekend services you would like to partipcate in, and thinking about who to invite to the service. You may attend the class any time in preparation for any of the dedications.