Nursery (birth - 2 years)
Our Nursery Ministry shares the love of Christ with children from birth to two years of age and provides the loving care they deserve in a secure environment.
Nursery care begins at 8:30am Sunday morning and continues through the end of the 11:15 am worship service (approximately 12:15 pm)
Nursery care for children ages birth through pre-k is available in the morning from 9:00–11:30am when Women’s Ministry is hosting a Bible Study.
Nursery care is also available on Wednesday evenings from 6:15–8:00pm when small groups/classes for all ages are being held at the church.
Early Childhood Program (ECP) Preschool at FPCE
The purpose of the Early Childhood Program (ECP) at FPCE is to provide a safe and loving environment where children begin to learn independence and interactive play, and introduction to basic academic skills while forming new friendships with other children and adult teachers. It’s our goal to make it a fun and happy place your child will anticipate each week.
Learn more about the Early Childhood Program.
Safety Procedures & Guidelines
Safety & Security
Your child’s safety is important to us. That’s why all children must be checked in by a parent using the check-in stations located just inside the Gym doors on the west side of the building. One of our volunteers will be happy to assist you.
You’ll receive a name tag for your child and a corresponding tag for yourself. You must show your corresponding tag in order to pick up your child from his/her classroom. Our children’s leaders are trained and have undergone an extensive interview and background process.
Parents and siblings are asked not to enter the Nursery classrooms. Children are received by staff members at the door. We will text you if your child is unable to be comforted.
What To Bring
Please include the following labeled items in your diaper bag:
• 3-4 diapers
• Pre-mixed bottles
• Pacifier or comfort item
• Complete change of clothes
In Case of Sickness
If your children show the following symptoms, please do not bring them to the Nursery. Children should be free from these symptoms for at least 24 hours: fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, common cold, excessive cough, childhood diseases, chicken pox, heavy nasal discharge, unexplained rash, skin infection, eye inflammation or discharge, or head lice.