Early Childhood

Infants, Toddlers, & Preschool

Early Childhood at FFC

Our Early Childhood programs are defined as infant through preschool ages. We have developmentally appropriate classrooms for all ages so you can worship and enjoy our services while confident your children are well taken care of. We believe it is important to share the love of Jesus with our children from an early age. In our infant room, children hear that Jesus loves them and created them. Beginning in our toddler rooms, they hear a Bible story each week during snack time that aligns with our preschool and elementary lesson. We believe there is great value in play. Children are given many opportunities to interact with each other and play in a loving, fun environment. We maintain teacher to child ratios to ensure a safe and productive environment for your children and our leaders.

Infants

We have an infant room, where we have caring, trained adults who take care of your little ones while you worship. We also have a quiet room available with cribs for sleeping babies as well as rocking chairs for nursing moms. Children may begin in this room as soon as parents feel comfortable leaving them. They will transition to the toddler rooms after they have turned one and are mobile.

Toddlers

Our toddler rooms are for our one and two year old children. In these developmentally appropriate rooms, kids have toys, games, and play equipment for their enjoyment, as well as a short Bible lesson and snack. the Bible lesson is the same as the elementary and preschool, but is presented in an age-appropriate way. Children will transition to our preschool group the Sunday following their 3rd birthday.

Preschool

Finally, we have a preschool program for children ages 3 up through pre-kindergarten. Children begin in their classroom, then engage in worship and a Bible lesson, and then return to their classroom for a snack, activity and play time.


If you have any questions about our early childhood ministries, please contact our Children’s Director Becky Doubleday.