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  PCRC Kids 




When it comes to children’s ministry, we know that kids thrive when they are given age-specific programs that are both fun and educational.  PCRC Kids is a place where kids love to come week after week. 


Thanks to our electronic check-in system, parents also enjoy a safe and convenient way to check their children into class.


Our nursery ministry consists of babies and toddlers three years old and younger. We strive to meet the needs of each child that enters our doors.


    1. How do I check in my child? 

     To check in your child, walk up to the kiosk. There will be a check in member waiting to assist you. If you’re a first time guest, you will be asked to fill out your information on the kiosk. Upon your next visit you will be listed in our database by last name when checking in with check in member at kiosk.  Name badge will be printed and placed on your child, which includes name, code, contact and allergies. You will receive a sticker and it includes identical code which matches your child’s name badge code. Your child’s name/code will appear on screen in sanctuary if you are needed for any reason. You will also need your sticker with your child’s matching code upon pick up at the end of each service. 


    2. If I have a child in nursery, what should I pack for them?

Pacifier or other items should your child need. A bottle of milk or formula. (please pre-mix and label all items brought in nursery)

NOTE:  we do not change any diapers or assist/ take toddlers to the restrooms. We advise a diaper check/ taking toddler to the restroom prior to leaving your child in nursery. Parents will be notified if there is a need to do a diaper change or restroom break. 


    3. When should I keep my child home/out of Nursery?

We strive to keep our nursery clean and safe. In order to do this please DO NOT bring your child into the nursery with any of the following symptoms: 


  • Fever of 100 degrees or above

  • Coughing or runny nose (clear is teething, yellow/green is infection)

  • Head lice (cleared upon returning to nursery)

  • Sneezing due to cold

  • Questionable rashes/blisters

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrhea 

  • Red watery eyes


     4. What is your nursery cleaning policy?

We realize it is a privilege to take care of your child and we desire to provide the cleanest environment possible. In order to do that we regularly do the following:

  • Disinfect the toys and surfaces after each worship service or event.

  • Clean and sanitize all eating surfaces after each use. 

  • Disinfect all changing areas after each use. 


     5. If my child/ baby is upset, gets injured or needs me, will I be contacted?

If your child /baby is upset or needs you for any reason, we will put their name/code on screen in the sanctuary. This will notify you immediately to come to see your child in the nursery. 


      6. Is there a screening process/ background check for your volunteers?

Yes. We are dedicated to providing a safe environment for babies/children with loving, caring, adults. Each of our volunteers completes an application, interview and passed a background check.

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