Nursery (Newborns to 3 Years)
Our church nursery provides a safe and welcoming place for our youngest children. A check-in attendant will ensure all necessary information is communicated to our adult and student care volunteers (all volunteers must have a current Vulnerable Sector Police Check). Pagers are available upon request. Parents with newborn babies to six months are welcome to take their infant into the Worship Centre or “Cry Room” located at the back of the sanctuary.
Contact Mary Ann Visser for more information (email@example.com).
Jr. Jump! (Ages 3 to 5 Years)
Jr. Jump! is ClearView’s Sunday morning preschool ministry. The children are taught biblical truths through our First Look curriculum. Through age-appropriate activities, preschoolers are building a spiritual foundation so that by the time they graduate to grade one, they know these three truths: God made me; God loves me; and God wants to be my friend forever.
For more information, contact Elaine VanLaare (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Jump! (Grades 1 to 5)
Jump! is where our school-aged kids hear the truth about God, make new friends, sing worship songs and enjoy the company and leadership of our adult volunteers. We begin the morning with an engaging large-group teaching time that parallels the theme that the adults are receiving in our worship service. This exciting, kid-friendly environment includes games, crafts, songs and a Bible lesson that is relevant to young children and their day-to-day lives.
For more information contact Elaine VanLaare at (email@example.com).
Summer Kids Camp (Grades 1 to 5)
During the second week of July, ClearView Church hosts an energetic five-day, morning only day camp. Kids learn about Jesus through games, wacky science experiments and engaging Bible stories. A delicious mid-morning snack is always served! Sign up as soon as registration opens in May as spots are limited.
Camp Registration will open May 2019!
Boys & Girls Clubs (Ages 7-12)
ClearView Cadets is a club where boys learn more about God, themselves and the world around them.
Our Cadets spend time engaging in wood crafts, sports, science experiments and wilderness activities. Together with their counsellors, the Cadets discover who God has created them to be, how God wants them to relate to one another and how God wants to use them in the world.
Cadets meet Thursday evenings, 7–8:30 pm. For more information contact Paul Groot (firstname.lastname@example.org).
GEMS — “Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior” — is a club for young girls to make new friends, participate in worship, play games, make crafts and do service projects that help people all around the world… all while having fun!
GEMS meet Thursday evenings, 6:45–8:30 pm. For more information contact Denise Klein Horsman (email@example.com).