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Munger Kids

At MungerKids we hope to partner with you to build a solid faith foundation for your kids that will last a lifetime. We believe that children grow into their faith not just by attending Sunday School classes, but also by watching their parents practicing their faith. We've designed our Sunday mornings to give you the option for all family members to grow in their faith by attending Sunday School or a small group at 9:30am and worship together at 11am.

Sunday Mornings for Kids

First time? If your child is infant through preschool age, come to the basement of the Sanctuary building and a hospitality volunteer will get you all checked in and show you around. If your child is an elementary school student come to the top floor of the Education Building to get checked in. If you have any questions please email Denisa at denisa@mungerplace.org.

Nursery (infant-2 years old) 9:30 & 11am Located in the basement of the Sanctuary: We understand that this might be the first time you are leaving your child in the care of a non-family member. Be assured that your child is well taken care of and in the loving hands of professional (First Aid/CPR trained) caregivers.

For infants bring diapers, change of clothes, bottle, pacifier or other soothing items. Please make sure that all items are clearly labeled with your child's name.

When you drop off your child, you'll leave a phone number with us and we will contact you in case of emergency or if your child is having a hard time adjusting to their new classroom for 10 minutes or more.

Preschool (3-5 years old) 9:30 & 11am Located in the basement of the Sanctuary: Our youngest Mungarians learn all about God's love and how to be more like Jesus through songs, crafts and Bible stories.

Elementary (K-5th grade) 9:30am ONLY Top Floor of the Education Building: We kick off our time together in a big group with games, challenges and fun! We then head into time of worship, prayer and a brief message. Afterwards children break into their grade level classrooms to continue Bible stories, small groups discussions, Bible skills and memory verses, and to engage in other age-appropriate crafts or challenges.