It is our deepest desire to keep the health and safety of the children in our ministry here at FBC Tucker a priority. We have recently felt the need to begin planning and dreaming about how we could “re-start” our children’s ministry amid COVID protocols and procedures. Rethinking what a “COVID informed” ministry setting for children will look like in our church has taken more than one perspective and more than one point of view!
Children's Hour: 11:00am
Room: B #201; hallway behind Sanctuary (enter on organ side)
When children arrive, please be prepared to have their temperature screened and to fill out a brief health inventory screening to help us track the health and safety of the children in our care.
MASKS: Masks will be required for children ages 4 and older. We require masks for all caregivers.
SOCIAL DISTANCING: While many of our activities so not require children to be near one another, children do form relationships and want to be near their friends. We will not be expecting children to keep a 6 foot distance from one another in class, but will do our best to limit shared resources among students.
A message from our children's ministry director...
Hi Church Family. I would like to start by saying “thank you” for the very warm welcome that we have received - my husband and I are so happy to be a part of FBC Tucker.
I wanted to tell you a little bit about myself. I was born in Texas, but I have lived in Georgia for 17 years. I met my husband, Dan, while we both attended Georgia Gwinnett College, and we have been married for 5 years. We are expecting our first child in July - we are so thankful for this blessing from God, and we would love for you to pray with us as we take on this new adventure of parenthood. During the week, I work for an Environmental firm as an Administrative Assistant, and my husband works in the IT field.
I have had the privilege of working with children for many years; through babysitting, missions work, nannying, daycares, in church settings, and with my own 14 nieces and nephews. Children are such a sweet blessing, and I think that it is so important to show them the love of God in those early, formative years. I am thankful for the opportunity to serve here, and I am excited to work alongside the staff and volunteers at FBC Tucker.