We look forward to seeing you in Noah’s Park! Please know that you are a welcome guest and we hope that you and your children have a wonderful first experience. Our staff and volunteers work hard to create a safe and meaningful class experience. Here are a few things that will help you have a successful morning.
When to Arrive: We recommend that you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the service you plan to attend. Our service times at LifePark on Sundays at 8:15 am, 10:00 am, and 11:30 am.
Registration/Security Check-in: When you first arrive, please come to the Noah’s Park front desk located at the main entrance to Noah’s Park. Teachers will be prepared to check your children in to their classrooms 15 minutes before the start of the service. We will ask you to fill out a brief registration form.
A member of our team will escort you to your child’s classroom. Please be sure to inform the teachers of any allergies or health concerns and make sure all items that belong to your child are labeled.
ENROLLING YOUR CHILD IN NOAH’S PARK
All first-time guests are asked to fill out a guest registration form at the front desk. Based on the ages and developmental stages, your children will be assigned and then escorted to classrooms. When you visit again, they can be checked right into the same classroom they attended before. If you plan to continue attending you can enroll your children by completing the registration form and marking ‘enroll’ at the top. At that time your children will be added to the classroom rosters and assigned to small groups.
In order to provide a safe, healthy environment for all our children, we ask that you keep your child at home any time he or she exhibits the following symptoms:
- sore throat
- fever within the previous 24 hours
- vomiting / diarrhea within the previous 24 hours
- runny nose with any colored discharge
- head lice (child should be free of all nits)
- any skin infection or any unexplained rash
- pink eye and other eye infections
- any symptoms of childhood diseases such as scarlet fever, measles, mumps, chicken pox, whooping cough
If your child develops any of the above symptoms while in Noah’s Park, you will be notified. Please make every effort to remove your child from the classroom as soon as possible so other children will not become infected. Thank you for your cooperation. We hope your child feels better soon!
If your child is being treated with antibiotics, he or she should be on the drug for at least 24 hours before coming to church. If they have a continually clear runny nose or rash due to non-contagious allergies, please let your child’s classroom leader know.
While we seek to teach your children about God, we know that no one has more influence on their lives than you. We want to partner wit you to help them know more about their Heavenly Father.
To learn the Bible story that your children heard on Sunday and to help them learn the memory verse for the month. We also include fun ideas for you to do with them at home during the week to reinforce the key truth we talked about on Sunday.
Small Talk is available for parents each month. This will tell you what your children are learning, including the key truth and bottom line for the month. It will provide you with creative ideas to help them keep learning all month. This resource will help you take advantage of teachable moments in your home and reinforce what we taught on Sunday. These are located at the Noah’s Park front desk.
Noah’s Park curriculum is “to make a FIRST impression of the Heavenly Father in such a way that it makes a LASTING impression on the heart of a child.”
We are committed to the safety and care of every child. As a result, we have a strict check-in process so we suggest coming a little bit early for your first visit to register your child for Noah’s Park!
Noah’s Park is completely fueled by volunteers who work together to create an enjoyable learning experience in a loving environment for our preschoolers.