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Preschool

Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me..." - Matthew 19:14

At Team Church, we purposefully strive to help kids connect their lives to Jesus Christ through a personal relationship with Him.

First-Time @ All-Stars?

Sunday Mornings (Birth-Pre K)
We look forward to having your family join us! We ask all parents to bring / prepare the following for their children:

We ask that you bring:

  • diapers
  • name-labeled bottle or snack


We ask that you bring:

  • diapers
  • name-labeled cup/drink


We ask that:

  • all kids must be potty-trained (any child who is not potty-trained will remain in the toddler rooms)
Check-In
We use a computerized check-in system to ensure kids come and go with their authorized parent or guardian.
Special Needs or Allergies?
If your child has any special needs or allergies, please let our caregivers know.
About Our Team
Our All-Stars team is made up of willing parents, adults, and teens who serve our kids in various capacities.
Safety Is A Top Priority
The safety of our children is a top priority at Team Church. All of our staff and volunteers working in the kids area undergo criminal background screening.
Support For Parents
We also equip and support parents in their role of being the primary spiritual nurturers of their children. Learn More

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Babies

The All-Stars baby rooms are designed to accommodate newborns to new walkers. The baby rooms provide clean, age-appropriate toys. Our nursery volunteers are trained adults, prepared to care for your child.

Toddlers

We have two toddler rooms to accommodate new walkers to experienced walkers. With interactive and educational toys and music, your child will be entertained throughout the service. The adult volunteers guide children through a play and story time.

Pre-K

Our two preschool-K rooms are divided by age. The kids have a blast with our curriculum which leads them through a Bible lesson and activity designed to help them grow more knowledgeable about the Bible.

Equipping + Supporting Parents

Disciple-Making Parents

Team Church believes that parents are the primary disciple-makers for their children. We desire to partner with parents to guide, teach and nurture children spiritually. So in all we do, we want to come alongside to supplement what parents do at home. We truly believe that spiritual values are "caught, not just taught."

Spiritually-Enriching Programs

With that in mind, Team Church provides spiritually-enriching programs on Sundays. We also equip and support parents in their role of being the primary spiritual nurturers of their children by providing various resources to help the parent carry the conversation that we start on Sundays into the rest of the week.

Home Teams

We also encourage parents to take grow in their own spiritual walk by taking part in Home Teams so that, in turn, they can guide their children to be disciples of Christ.

Parenting Conferences

Team Church also holds parenting conferences covering the following topics:
  • Kid's Personality and How to Best Relate to Them
  • Different Parenting Roles and When to Use Each One
  • Teaching Responsibility
  • Training through Discipline
  • Sports & Extracurriculars
  • Spiritual Growth & Maturity
  • Technology

Child Dedication

Child dedication is an opportunity for parents to pledge their commitment to raise their child according to Christian values and beliefs.
Our dedication is a short ceremony that offers parents and the church the opportunity to pledge a commitment to your child. This ceremony is held Mother's Day weekend and again in the month of November during our regular Sunday services. 
Contact Clint Newton for more information. As the dates approach, registration is available through the events page.
Why not baptism? While the Child Dedication is a very meaningful event, it is not Christian baptism. When your child is old enough to make an outward demonstration of their inward commitment to Christ, they will have the opportunity to request to be baptized. The New Testament shows no examples of baptism when the candidate did not request it. All instances of baptism followed an individual’s decision to trust Christ alone for his or her salvation. At Team Church, we wait until a child is old enough to believe and understand the true meaning of baptism. Once a child has made the decision to trust Christ, we will gladly baptize them.

Have Any Questions?

Contact us with questions, a prayer request, or anything else in between.