Director of Mungerkids
Thank you for checking out our MungerKids webpage! At MungerKids we hope to partner with you to build a solid faith foundation for your kids that will last a lifetime. We do that by:
Thank you for trusting us with your kids! They are truly gifts from God!
The MungerKids Team
At Munger, we believe that children grow into their faith not just by attending Sunday School classes, but also by watching their parents and other adults practicing their faith. We also believe that it is important for all of us - young and old - to worship corporately as a community of believers. We've designed our Sunday mornings so that we can practice our faith in a way that reflects these beliefs.
We have "Busy Carts" available around the sanctuary and balcony where kids can pick up a sermon listening guide or a little fidget toy to help them focus and listen during worship.
Learn below where your child should go during 9 am and 11 am services and The Middle Hour.
Nursery (infant-2 years old)
Childcare for infants through 2 years old is provided during both worship services (9am and 11am) and the Middle Hour (10am).
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 caregivers. The Nursery is located in the basement of the Sanctuary.
Preschool (3-5 years old)
Sunday School classes are offered during both 9am and 11am worship services. Kids learn all about God's love and how to be more like Jesus through songs, crafts and Bible stories. Childcare is offered during the 10am Middle Hour. Preschool classrooms are located in the basement of the Sanctuary.
Elementary (K-5th grade)
All elementary-aged students are invited to attend our services with their families (9 am or 11 am) and join us for Sunday School during the Middle Hour (10am) in the basement of the Education Building. We worship and have a Bible lesson together, and then we break into grade level small groups for further discussion.