We are looking for reliable and consistent part-time nursery workers to show God’s love to his littlest sheep. Successful applicants will be reliable workers who enjoy caring for and working with children from birth through age 10. It is of high importance for the workers to provide a safe, secure, fun and nurturing environment for all children. The workers will be responsible for providing age-appropriate care including bottle feeding, changing diapers, escorting to the bathroom, maintaining a safe environment, positively and joyously interacting with children through games, songs, toys, stories, play and prayer.
Please see the attached Job Posting_nursery
It’s always a good time to join NETkids. But, you may ask, “what is NETkids?”
NETkids is a program for children in grades K-5. They meet every Wednesday during the school year, from 3:15 – 5:30 p.m. Activities include supervised play on the playground, woodworking with Mr. Bill, model trains, crafts, choir practice, and depending on the year, African drums, steel pans, or bells for the 3rd-5th grade children.
The Alpha and Omega choirs perform at worship services and also take their music “on the road” to retirement homes usually around Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The new year is a perfect time to sign up your children! Contact Allison Corrigan (222-1120).
Preparing for this annual event is the major focus of our music groups this month. Sunday, January 28, at the 11 a.m. service, we try to get all of Trinity’s music groups to participate, from our youngest (Cherub Choir) to our oldest (Heavenly Handchimes) and everything in between. Hopefully, we will have 13 – 14 music groups at that service, and we still usually finish by 12:10 p.m.!
This is a rare opportunity for all of Trinity’s musicians to participate in a worship service together.
Rev. Dr. Wayne Wyatt will preach briefly at the 11 a.m. service. The 8:30 and 9:45 a.m. services that day will hold normal church services with only the 11 a.m. service featuring all of the music groups.
Please go to Children’s Sunday School page for info about our Sunday School program for children.
Please go to Children’s Music for information on the youth and children’s music ministry.
Every year Trinity takes a group to participate for a week in the summer camping program at the Warren W. Willis United Methodist Camp (a Florida Conference Camp) in Leesburg, Florida. This opportunity is open to children and youth who will be entering grades 4 – 12. Separate programs are provided to elementary, middle and high school age levels. Read about Warren W. Willis.
Vacation Bible School
We look forward to a great VBS in 2018!
NETkids is a fellowship group for elementary school children. It meets Wednesday afternoons September through May. The afternoon begins and ends on the playground. Parents carpool to transport children from school. Arrival time is between 3:15 and 3:45 and pickup is at 5:30.
We have snack and recreation outside on the playground until 3:45, and then proceed to the Underground to embark on our adventure for the afternoon! NETkids provides many opportunities for children to explore and grow. Each week we have a variety of activities which expose them to God’s Word, give them chances to build relationships, and learn new skills. Music is also a very important part of the program! Read more about NETkids in our brochure and contact Allison Corrigan for additional information.
Please go to our Request a Prayer page for information.
Trinity’s Teachers and Volunteers
Trinity’s teachers are (volunteers who are) selected because each has a special gift in working with children and families and communicating faith with the children. Background checks are done on all of our teachers and training is also provided. Each teacher is committed to creating an environment for your child to grow in his/her faith.
Supervision of Our Children
Trinity’s teachers and volunteers are committed to the safety of your children.
- Please do not leave a child in a location until a teacher/volunteer has arrived.
- All children are to be signed in on the clipboard provided.
- Children will only be released to an adult who has been designated on the sign-in sheet, which is filled out by the adult who drops them off.
- Children may not be sent alone anywhere in the building when in Trinity’s care.
- We hope that you will also follow this practice when they are in your care.