Babies are never too young to have the Word of God spoken over them. God's Word accomplishes all it is sent to do and will not return void!
At Cornerstone Church, we're not just babysitting. We want parents to feel confident that their child will be ministered to while in our nurseries.
Through praise and worship, Bible lessons, and prayer, your child will leave the nursery having had a touch from God.
Nursery (Birth - Walking): We believe that even infants can start to recognize simple words like “Jesus” and “Bible” and associate them with positive things just as they learn “mama” and “dada”. In the Infant Nursery, or Nursery A, that is what it’s all about; just showing them love and care. Nursery (Walking - 23 Months): In the Toddler Room, or Nursery B, we use a similar method. We incorporate loving the Bible, looking in mirrors and knowing God made us, God loves us, and Jesus wants to be our friend forever. They also learn to praise the Lord, make a joyful noise, and say the blessing at snack time, among other lessons.
The purpose of the Nursery Ministry at Cornerstone is two-fold. The first goal is to minister to babies and toddlers so that they may know the love of God manifested through us and to teach them so that eventually they will come to know Him for themselves. The second goal is to minister to parents by loving their children and allowing them to be ministered to in the adult services with the assurance that their babies are in the best of care.
What to Expect
When you attend any of Cornerstone's services, we ask that you bring the following: 2-3 diapers, a change of clothes (just in case of an accident), bottle, cup, and/or pacifier (if needed). In all of our services, we provide the following snacks for the children: Goldfish, Nutri-grain bars, and water or juice. *If your child has any food allergies please notify the room workers at the time of registration so that we may provide them with the appropriate snacks. Thank you for your cooperation. Please be sure to label all belongings including bottles, cups, pacifiers, and even diapers if left without a diaper bag. This helps our ministry partners to ensure that your child does not end up with the wrong cup or other personal item.