Our Mission

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The mission of the Kids Ministry at Mitchell Road Presbyterian Church is to equip and train the next generation to know and love Christ, to understand His Word and hide it in their hearts, and to make Him known here and around the world by serving and loving others.

-MR Kids

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Sunday Schedule

  • Nursery - 6 Weeks - K3: Nursery for this age group are held in age-appropriate classrooms throughout the morning with paid trained staff.

  • Wellness Policy: Our desire is to provide the safest and healthiest environment for all of our children. With this in mind, we ask that your child be symptom-free for 24 hours before returning to the nursery after experiencing any of the following: fever, diarrhea, vomiting, eye infections, or a rash

  • Due to allergy issues, we are not able to allow any outside food or drink in the nursery classrooms. Children in the Crib and Toddler Rooms can have milk in bottles, but please avoid bringing milk into the older classrooms. Nursery staff cannot give baby food. Please label all belongings with your child’s name.

Check-In Procedure

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Check-in Procedure

  • At MRPC we use an electronic check-in system called Fellowship One. F1 provides safety and security to our program for YOUR children!

    • We highly value security. Therefore, ALL children in the Kid's Ministry will need to check-in.

    • Fellowship One nametags have a place for important allergy and/or medical information. Information is printed in a small black line. The presence of the line alerts caregivers to important information. If your child has allergies or medical conditions that caregivers/teachers need to be aware of, please email Kelley Collins ( as soon as possible, so this information can be added.

    • Teachers are NOT permitted to dismiss a child without a parent receipt sticker with an alphanumeric code matching that of the child’s. If you lose your receipt sticker, please see the Kid's Ministry staff.

faq's during covid

  • Q:  What do you offer for kids? A: At this time, we have a Kids Nursery (6 weeks – K3) available for each worship service. Kids Church (K4 &K5) is available during the 9:00 and 11:00 am services and Kids Sunday School (K4 - 4th) is available during the 10:10 - 10:45 am Sunday School hour.

  • Q: Do you require registration? A: We are no longer requiring registration. All children attending Kids Nursery (6 weeks – K3),  Kids Church (K4 & K5), and Kids Sunday School (K4 - 4th) will need to scan their key tag at the self check-on desk or come to the visitors check-in to receive a key tag.

  • Q: Why are we opening all Kids programs on Sunday mornings? A: We want to offer what we can, in a safe way, to provide families opportunities to worship in person.

  • Q: What should I expect when I arrive at check-in? A: There will be two computers set up at the self check-in desk for you to use to check your children in on Sunday. You will need a key tag to check your children in. If you do not have a key tag, come to the visitor's desk to check-in and a key tag will be provided for you. We will no longer be checking temperatures or asking the COVID questions.

  • Q: How many people can check-in? A: To help limit the number of people in the hallways, we request that only one parent/grandparent/guardian bring children to check-in.  It would be nice if this is the same person that picks up the child as well.  If a family needs the assistance of multiple adults, that is fine.  

  • Q: How do I pick up my child?  A:  For pick up, one parent may enter the gray wing and proceed to the child’s classroom, collect their belongings, and exit through the glass doors.  The pick-up person must be 16 years old or older and have the parent pick-up tag you received at check-in.

  • Q: Do parents and kids need to wear a mask? A: Masks are not required to be worn by parents or kids at this time. Masks are optional on campus.

  • Q: Will the workers/volunteers be wearing a mask? A: Workers and volunteers are not required to wear a mask. Masks are optional on campus. 

  • Q: How are we keeping the classrooms cleaned?  A: We will run air purifiers in each classroom to circulate clean air and thoroughly disinfect, clean, and wipe down all tables, toys, and surfaces during and in between services. 

  • Q: Will snacks be provided? A: A light snack will be provided. We will use hand sanitizer before and after snacks. If you bring a sippy cup for your child, please place it in the child’s bag. The worker will take it out when or if the child needs water. 

  • Q: How are we maintaining social distancing? A: During dropoff/pickup, we are limiting the number of people inside the MR Kids wing. We ask that you help us out by not congregating in the nursery hallway, common space, or outside the doors. 

  • Q: Can I volunteer in the MR Kids Ministry? A: Yes!  We would love to have you volunteer.  Please send an email to Frances Lightcap, our volunteer coordinator to be placed on the rotating schedule!  

Nursery Specific:

  • Q: When will I be able to drop off my children? A: Our doors will open for drop off 10-15 minutes before the service starts.  That’s 8:45 am for the 9:00 am service, 10:00 am for the 10:10 Sunday school hour and 10:45 am for the 11:00 am service.

  • Q: Will you be able to give bottles to babies? A: Yes, we would be happy to serve bottles, but we would prefer them to be premade. Staff will wear gloves to prepare and serve bottles.

  • Q: What if I don’t feel comfortable bringing my kids to the nursery? A: There are many other ways you can worship with us. We have a 9:00 am service in the Sanctuary and 11:00 am service in the Fellowship Hall.

Kids Church Specific:

  • Q: What do the kids do during MR Kids Church? A: Kids Church is a time for the children to learn about the different elements of a Worship Service.  During this time, teachers will teach, sing songs, make crafts, and other various activities to reinforce the lesson.   

  • Q: Do I need to escort my child out for MR Kids Church? A: Yes. We need one parent to bring your K4/K5 kid to the volunteers stationed outside the Fellowship Hall doors and the Sanctuary doors.

Kids Sunday School:

  • Q: What time will Sunday School be offered: A: Sunday school will only be offered from 10:10 - 10:45 am.

  • Q: Where do I go to pick my kids up from Sunday School? A: One parent will need to pick up the kids in their Sunday school classroom. 

  • Q: Will there be snacks? A: Yes snacks and water will be provided. Oreos, fruit snacks, pretzels, cheerios, or graham crackers will be provided.

  • Q: What do the kids do during Sunday School? A: Sunday School is a time for the children to learn about the different stories of Jesus. During this time, teachers will teach, sing songs, and children will participate in various activities to reinforce the lesson.