Children's Ministry FAq
Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about our Children's Ministry.
WHO IS CARING FOR MY CHILD WHILE I AM IN THE MAIN SERVICE?
Children’s Ministry volunteers are background checked and trained to care for children. Volunteers undergo a thorough review of safety and security policies annually and are coached on how to respond in emergency situations.
MY CHILD IS ALLERGIC TO CERTAIN FOODS. HOW CAN I INFORM STAFF MEMBERS?
When registering your child on Sunday Morning, you may choose to include information on child’s allergies on your child’s name tag. Please ask a volunteer for help when registering your child.
WHAT DO I BRING IF MY CHILD IS IN THE NURSERY?
Sunset’s Nursery provides snacks and water for your child during services. If your child has allergies please bring snacks for your child.
If you are dropping off your infant, please bring a bottle with ready-made formula or milk and a diaper bag with diapers, top, pants, socks, pacifier, and bib. Please label all items with your child’s name.
WHAT IS THE WELL-CHILD POLICY?
The Well-Child Policy is a way to keep a safe and healthy environment at Sunset Church. We cannot accept children with a cold, fever, rash, persistent cough, diarrhea, or any other signs of illness.
MY CHILD IS 3 YEARS OLD BUT NOT IN PRESCHOOL. CAN MY CHILD ATTEND THE PRESCHOOL PROGRAM?
Children can join the preschool program when they are potty-trained and able to communicate. If preschool teacher assess that the child is not ready for preschool class, he/she may have child stay in Nursery until next promotion (Feb or Sept).
IS THERE CHILD CARE DURING THE 11:30AM SERVICE?
Currently there is no children’s program at 11:30am. If you want your children to participate in Sunset’s Children’s Ministry please come to either our 8:30am or 10:00am service.
HOW CAN I VOLUNTEER TO SERVE AND SUPPORT THE CHILDREN’S MINISTRY?
Please contact CE@sunsetchurchsf.org There are many different opportunities to serve in our Children’s Ministry. We would love to hear from you.