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OFFICE HOURS | MON-THURS | 9a-5p

(406) 752-7021

2010 WHITEFISH STAGE | KALISPEL, MT | 59901

Children

Children are a vital part of Easthaven and we value their presence in church as well as their spiritual growth and Christian education. If you have any questions about Children’s Ministry, please contact the church office or find us on Facebook.

CHECK-IN

For some children’s activities, parents are asked to check-in their child at any kiosk or the check-in table in the foyer either before services begin or when children are released.

WEEKEND GATHERINGS

NURSERY

We have a nursery available for babies and toddlers up to 2 years during all of our weekend services. 

EXPLORE (2 & 3-YEAR-OLDS)

Children ages 2 & 3 are dismissed from all weekend worship gatherings to Explore where they engage in play, crafts, and Bible teaching. 

EXPLORE

Children ages 4-9 are dismissed from each worship service to Explore, where they will explore God, his Word, and our part in His Story.

Nursery through 3 year olds can be dropped off at any point, but 4 years and older will be dismissed during the service to Explore.

Parents are welcome to check out any children’s programs.

 

 

**Children's services are entirely optional. Parents are welcome to keep their children with them during the service if they choose. Activity bags are located just outside the sanctuary. We also have a cry room available for parents of active kids and nursing moms from which you can see and hear the service.**

 

AWANA:  WEDNESDAYS 6-8PM

AWANA meets on Wednesday nights and is for children ages 3-5th grade.  AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed-2 Timothy 2:15) was founded in 1950 and strives to help churches and parents worldwide to raise children to know, love and serve Christ. To find out more about AWANA clubs ministry go to:  awana.org

 

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES

At various times throughout the year there are other events and activities for children ranging from a children's musical to various camps and block parties in the park. Information about events like these can be found in the Easthaven Weekly.