Honeybee's Ministry is geared for toddlers ages 2-4 years old. Our focus is teaching and caring for your toddler during service. During class time we teach a Bible story, have playtime, serve a small snack, sing songs and watch movies. (If your child has any allergies, please notify the staff before checking in.)
Our class meets during Sunday services.
If you have any questions regarding our Honeybee's ministry please call the church at (602) 268-1201.
We will do our best to provide good care while your child is with us. Here are some things you can do to help:
Because we want to provide a healthy environment in our Honeybee's room, we would ask that you keep your child home when observing any of the following:
Discharge in or around the eyes
Green or yellow runny nose
Any communicable disease
If your baby becomes ill while in the class, you will be notified promptly. If your child is being treated with an antibiotic,
he or she should have received treatment for at least 24 hours before coming to the Honeybee's class. For your child's protection,
we ask our caregivers to follow these same guidelines.
The Honeybee's class is staffed with one professionally trained individual in each room. The rest of the workers are parents and other willing volunteers who are scheduled to work on a rotating schedule. When your child becomes a regular member of the Honeybee's by having consistent attendance, we will ask you to volunteer at least two times per year. Dads and moms are encouraged to team up together for Honeybee duty.
The number you receive when you check your child in serves as a security check as well as a paging number. Should your child need you during the service, the number will appear on the monitor located on the front of the Worship Center platform.
Please go immediately to your child's room at the end of the service, where the tag should be turned in to the teacher. Only an adult with a matching tag will be allowed to pick up a child.
Bringing your child to Honeybee's on a consistent
basis allows him/her to associate "going to church" with being taught in a caring place.
Bringing your child to his/her own class allows you (and others) to receive ministry in the services or classes that you may desire to attend.