Children's Ministries

Partnering with parents to disciple children…

Welcome to Children’s Ministry at Centre Street Church!

Our heartbeat is to partner with you as parents in the journey of discipling your children and helping them become fully devoted followers of Jesus.

In-Person Children's Ministries

Children's Ministries will be offered at specific campuses (see below for locations and times), but will have limited capacity which is dependent on the number of volunteers serving. As volunteer teams grow, we are praying that we can welcome our infants and toddlers back soon! Please read below for masking changes at your campus.

Thank you for partnering with us during this time as we work together to create spaces that are safe and healthy for our children, families, and leaders.  
 

Children's Ministries Times

with limited capacity 

Central

9:00 & 11:00 AM

Airdrie

10:30 AM

Bearspaw

11:00 AM


Bridgeland

10:30 AM

South

Starting March 12 at 6:30 PM

 

We strongly recommend you arrive early before the service starts so your child has an opportunity to get a spot and engage in their class. Here are a few things to help make your experience better:

  • Bring your key-fob (if you have one) so you can use our self-serve check-in machines to register for your child’s class.
  • Self-serve machines start registering 30 minutes before the service starts.
  • Children's Ministries opens 15 minutes before the service starts.
  • Assisted check-in will continue to be available.

Children's Ministry 1:1 Buddies

Our 1:1 buddy program, which is part of the Children’s Ministry, is currently running during the 11am service at Central Campus only. This is an opportunity for kids with disabilities who need extra support in Children’s Ministry. In the 1:1 Buddy Program, kids have the same opportunity to learn about Jesus’ love and to build connections with other children in an integrated setting. For all 1:1 buddy inquiries, including at other services and campuses, please fill out the:

 

1:1 Buddy Form.

 

 

MASKING IN CHILDREN'S MINISTRIES

We want everyone to feel comfortable and safe while they attend Children's Ministries.  While children and leaders are no longer required to wear masks, they are still welcome to continue wearing them.  We look forward to seeing you soon!
 
 

NOT FEELING WELL? CAN'T GET INTO CHILDREN'S MINISTRIES?
CHECK-OUT CHILDREN'S MINISTRIES ONLINE!
Don’t forget to check out all of our online content for kids and students!  Each week, familiar faces in Children’s Ministries teach an age-appropriate lesson designed to engage your child in fun and creative ways as they learn about Jesus!  There are great worship songs, awesome stories, a parent discussion guide, and fun activities for your whole family to do together at home.

 

 

  

  

Serve With Us!

If you are passionate and have a heart to disciple the next generation, we would love to invite you to serve with us for this next ministry year!
Explore these ministry opportunities:

 

Online

We continue to have Children’s Ministries online through On Demand content and Live Streaming.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  
Children's Ministries is committed to having a fun, engaging, and safe experience for your child as they learn about Jesus.  
 
On February 9, 2022 the Provincial Government began lifting public health restrictions.  Since that time physical distancing, reduced capacity, and masking are no longer required for children and leaders in Children's Ministries.
 
However, in-person Children's Ministries will have limited capacity which is dependent on the number of volunteers serving.  

As volunteer teams grow, we are praying that we can welcome our infants and toddlers back at all of our campuses! 
 
  
Please make sure that everyone in your family is feeling well before attending the worship service.  Our wellness policy is that a child should worship from home if they are feeling well or have any visible symptoms of Covid or another illness. 
 
  
Not at this time. Limited spots in each age-group/grade are registered on a first-come, first-served system.
 
We strongly recommend you arrive early before the service starts so your child has an opportunity to engage in their class.  Here are a few things to help make your experience better:
  • Bring your key-fob (if you have one) so you can use our self-serve check-in machines to register for your child’s class.  
  • Self-serve machines start registering 30 minutes before the service starts. 
  • Children's Ministries opens 15 minutes before the service starts.  
  • Assisted check-in will continue to be available.
 
  
There are limited spots for children in each age-group/grade. They are registered on a first-come, first-serve system.  
 
Arriving early/before the worship service starts ensures your child is able to fully participate in all the fun things we have planned for them. Self-serve machines start registering 30 minutes before the service starts and doors open 15 minutes before the service starts.
 
  
If you, or anyone in your family, is sick or not feeling well we respectfully ask that you stay home and worship with us online.  Symptoms include:  cough, shortness of breath, runny nose, chills, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, muscle pain, fever, runny nose, nausea or vomiting, fatigue, headache, and poor appetite.  
 
By staying home and worshipping with us online, you will be partnering with us as we do our very best to keep our learning environments safe and healthy for our children, families, and leaders.
 
Please check out our Children's Ministries Online Ministry by clicking HERE to continue learning at home. 
 
  
We want everyone to feel comfortable and safe while they attend Children's Ministries.  While children are not required to wear masks, they are still welcome to continue wearing them.  
 
Our prayer is that we will continue to be sensitive to one another's comfort levels, that we would be kind, show compassion, respect personal decisions, and that our interactions would lead with grace and love toward one another.  
 
We look forward to seeing you soon!
  
On March 1, 2022, Alberta entered into Stage 2 of its reopening plan by lifting most public health restrictions.  As a result, leaders are no longer required to wear masks in indoor public spaces (including places of worship).  
 
We want everyone to feel comfortable and safe while they attend Children's Ministries.  While leaders are no longer required to wear masks, they are still welcome to continue wearing them.  
 
Our prayer is that we will continue to be sensitive to one another's comfort levels, that we would be kind, show compassion, respect personal decisions, and that our interactions would lead with grace and love toward one another.  
 
  

Room capacities are in place to ensure the best learning environment for kids to have fun, be safe, and provide the space needed for activities. The total number of children allowed into a room changes depending on the number of volunteers available.

There are no physical distancing requirements or reduced capacity requirements.

  
On Feb 9, the Provincial Government began lifting public health restrictions.  Physical distancing, group cohorts, and reduced capacities are no longer required for places of worship.
 
 
  
Due to the limited capacity or not enough volunteers, there will be times when children cannot get into Children's Ministries. We encourage you to take your child into the worship service with you, but respectfully ask that if they become loud/disruptive in the worship service that you move to the foyer area. There are limited designated family friendly areas at some campuses to watch the service with your child outside of the worship centre.  
 
We are working to build our volunteer teams which will increase our ability to accommodate more children at each worship service. We recommend that you arrive early to try and get a spot for your child.  
 
Please prayerfully consider joining us as we partner with parents in discipling this next generation. Check out serving opportunities HERE.
 
  
We are committed to creating safe environments for you and your family as we gather to worship.  All classrooms, frequently touched surfaces, toys, and shared materials are sanitized between worship services.  We have enhanced our hand washing and room cleanliness protocols to ensure your health and safety continue to be a priority.
 
Children's Ministries leaders will be giving children, parents, and leaders hand sanitizer as they enter ministry areas.
 
  
If your child becomes ill/sick during Children's Ministries, they will be moved to a designated isolation area at your campus.  Your 3-digit security number for your family will display on the worship centre screens.  Please go to the Children's Ministries entrance and the guest services team will direct you to your child.
 
The proper health and safety protocols will be followed to ensure limited exposure and proper follow up care.

 

 

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Please let us know if you have any questions or need anything. Our Children's Ministries Team is here for you and your family during this time! We are looking forward to seeing you soon.

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