We are delighted that the nursery has reopened for the 10:10 a.m. worship service only.
What ages will the nursery serve?
3 months to 3 year olds
What time will the nursery open?
How do I register my child for the nursery?
You will have this option when you register for worship in ChurchLife.
Where is the nursery located?
The baby/crawler nursery is at the end of the wing to the right as you enter the Palmer Building. The toddler/2s/3s are in Room 103 across the hall from them. This is a different location than it was in previously as we are not sharing space with the preschool at this time.
My teenager wants to volunteer in the nursery. How do they sign up?
We are not currently utilizing volunteers in the nursery.
What are your COVID Protocols?
We have several safety precautions in place. For more details, please click here to read the nursery plan.
Got young kids? Want to get to know some fellow SMPC parents who are also going through the ups and downs of the "terrible twos," "three-nagers" and whatever they call four-year old challenges? Let's get together with our little bundles of joy and relax, play and get to know one another better.
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Grandparent camp is for children ages 5+ and their grandparents.
If you would like to stand in as a grandparent, or if you'd like to adopt a grandparent for camp, please contact Rebecca Guzman, Director of Spiritual Formation.
SMPC is home to some of the strongest Scouting programs in North Carolina. Opportunities are available for young people of all ages, from kindergarten (Daisy Girl Scouts) or 1st grade (Tiger Cub Scouts) to age 18.
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OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN
TO LEAD WORSHIP
Acolytes light the candles at the beginning of worship. At the end, they take them out. Ages 6 and up.
Training is available for new Acolytes. Interested? Contact Rebecca Guzman, .
Ages 3rd-12th grades are invited to lead the congregation in the call to worship on the first Sunday of the month and the Prayer of Dedication on the second Sunday of the month.
Interested? Contact Rebecca Guzman, .
Parents who usher are welcomed and encouraged to mentor their children to usher along with them.
In addition, On the last Sunday of the month, youth and children 3rd grade and up are specifically are invited to collect the “Spoon it Up” offering to benefit the men’s shelter.
Contact Bob Cushman for more information on Spoon it Up: email@example.com.
To become an usher, contact Vicki Barton: firstname.lastname@example.org.