Here are some steps to get you and your family started at Waterstone...
What should I bring?
Please bring a change of clothes for all children, infants through potty trained, as well as sippy-cups, bottles, and at least two diapers, along with any items from home that would help them feel comfortable (blanket, pacifier, etc). Please remember to label everything.
Check In at the Kids Info Center
Please check-in at the Kids Info Center in the Concourse. You will receive a registration form, name tags for your kids, and directions to their classrooms. After your first visit, we will send you a bar code that you can use for future check ins at the Kids Info Center kiosks.
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Children with Special Needs
We offer a limited program for children with special needs. Often, we provide a one-on-one "buddy" to children who need assistance in the classroom. The buddy program is available during our 9am Sunday morning service. Our goal is to integrate every child but we ask that you contact us before your first visit so we can best serve your child. Please contact Sarah Lloyd for more information.
At Waterstone, we believe that the primary responsibility for instilling faith in kids lies with parents. We ask that parents serve in our classrooms in a regular capacity as teachers or greeters. Not only do children love to have their parents join them in the rooms, parents reap the indescribable reward of watching their children blossom socially and spiritually in a group setting. Parents are also invited to help with behind-the-scenes tasks throughout the year. For more information about how you can get plugged in, please contact Sarah Lloyd.
Please do not bring your child to church if he/she has any of the following:
- Any sign of infection
- Runny nose that is not clear
- Contagious cough
- Unexplained rash
- Fever, vomiting, or diarrhea within the last 24 hours
- Illness requiring an antibiotic that has not been administered long enough to render the illness no longer contagious.