What to expect on Sunday morning
At Williamson's Chapel, your youngest ones experience God's love in tangible ways as they are nurtured by our caring, professionally staffed nursery.
On Sunday Mornings we have nurrsery available during the following Worship services:
9:10 - Six Weeks to 2 years
10:40/10:45 - Six Weeks to 2 years
What is First Look?First Look preschool curriculum gives children a first impression of their heavenly Father and the WONDER of His love for each of them.
On Sunday mornings in First Look, your preschooler or Kindergartner will learn who God is through three basic truths:
- God made me.
- God loves me.
- Jesus wants to be my friend forever.
What happens on Sunday morning?
Children from 3 years old to kindergartners will meet in a small group, with a loving leader who will guide them through fun activities that introduce them to God and to the weekly Bible story.
The children will also expereince an age appropriate worship experience, where they will hear an engaging Bible story and experience worship through song and dance.
Each week we aim to provide an experience where children are able to explore and learn more about the God that loves them so much.
What is 252 Kids?
Just as Luke 2:52 teaches us that "Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man," we want children to grow in their understanding of God and DISCOVER how much fun it can be! Each month at 252 Kids we focus on one Life App that will help kids learn three basic truths:
- I can trust God no matter what.
- I should treat others the way I want to be treated.
- I need to make the wise choice.
What to expect on Sunday morning?
Children meet in small groups with a dedicated leader, who will guide the children through interactive activities and games that relate to the weekly Bible story, as well as build relationships with the children. The children also join together for a meaningful Children's Worship time. During our worship, children will experience worship through song and dance, hear a relevant Bible story and experience traditional aspects of worship.