We believe children are a blessing from the Lord — arrows in the hand of a warrior. Arrows need to be shaped and molded to be used to serve their purpose. We have a job not only to care for the kids that come to Life Bridge, but to teach them and help mold them as they grow. We take this role very seriously and want to always point these "arrows" back to Christ. All of our curriculum and teaching is right from the Bible and always about Christ.
When you arrive at Life Bridge, the Children’s Ministry registration desk will be on your left past the welcome counter. At the registration table, you will be greeted by our check-in volunteer who will assist you in receiving a name tag for your child. As part of our security measures, families are issued name tags for identification and security purposes. You must present your portion of the name tag when you pick-up your child after service.
We have a system to contact parents if they are needed during the service, a private room for nursing mothers, and all volunteers have gone through a screening process to be approved. It's important to us that you are comfortable with leaving your child in the care of our volunteers.
You can learn more through the other pages in this section of our website. If you have any further questions,
please contact our Arrow Kids Ministry Director, Shawna Spielbauer.
Sick Child Policy
If your child is
contagious with a cough, a cold that is less than five days old or is producing
green mucus, a fever over 100 degrees, vomiting, diarrhea, rsv, strep throat, roseola,
or any other communicable illness that has not been treated with
antibiotics/medicine for a minimum of 24 hours, we ask that you keep your child
home to protect others.
Please also be aware of the symptoms of COVID-19 which include fever above 100 degrees, loss of taste or smell, nausea, or respiratory symptoms such as a cough or difficulty breathing. In addition, we ask that if anyone in your family has recently tested positive for the virus that you stay home until members of the family have recovered as defined by CDC guidelines.